Jazz at Lincoln Center adopts MyTunesRSS for music library sharing
February 26, 2010 in iTunes
[prMac.com] Rastatt, Germany - Codewave Software Michael Descher is very pleased to announce that MyTunesRSS has been successfully introduced at Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) for digital music library sharing. MyTunesRSS was selected from the pool of music sharing tools because of its advantageous features and overall usability.
"MyTunesRSS has been invaluable to Jazz at Lincoln Center's ability to share its music," said Phil Cuykendall, Associate of Information Technology at JALC. "It allows all of our employees to listen to the music we have in our digital music library, whether they are in the office or on the road, and its integration with Yoics also allows us to share our MyTunesRSS library with teachers, students, or anyone else working with our organization. Jazz at Lincoln center has over 100 users using different platforms (Mac OS X, Windows), and MyTunesRSS' web-based platform-independent interface makes accessing the music library easy.
Also, its MySQL database feature enables us to continue to build our already large library (25,000 mp3s) without noticeable performance degradation. Adding music to the music library as easy as ripping a CD directly into 'Watch Folders' and waiting for automatically scheduled updates, making library building simple. And despite our library's size, users have noted that MyTunessRSS' very simple web interface and great search features makes specific tracks or artists easy to find. In short, MyTunesRSS' combination of robust features and user-friendly interface has made Jazz at Lincoln Center's music library a success."
MyTunesRSS is a Media Server that makes iTunes libraries or simple watch folders available on a local or corporate network, or even over the internet. You can browse the complete music collection in a web browser and even play music or videos right inside an embedded Flash player.
MyTunesRSS can create RSS feeds and playlists from any album, artist or search result. Depending upon their permissions, users can create regular and smart playlists, add tags to the music collection, upload new media files and use transcoders to convert music stored on the server to other formats on-the-fly. The user authentication and security management features LDAP integration, which protects the media library from unauthorized access. Encrypted URLs make it easy to restrict sharing to specific tracks or playlists and a remote API lets programmers integrate MyTunesRSS into any existing application.
Pricing and Availability:
A 30-day trial version is available for download. A MyTunesRSS license can be purchased for only 15 EUR.
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