View Full Version : no easier or better program than jukeboxer

1st October 2010, 09:33 PM
been using jukeboxer for 5 years in my gamesroom in a wallbox very successfully.all video clips viewed on 4 lcd monitors.well i bought a few touchscreens and needed an application for them,so tryed a few different programs ,all seemed to be way harder than needed to be to store files.well anyway i heard on the grapevine that jukeboxer had touch capabillities now,wala downloaded the program,contacted jukeboxer via email to get my old registration code and it works a treat.just download clips from utube via a converter into mpeg and stick them into "my music".done! will start building another wallbox with touchscreen and normal lcd for the clips this weekend.:)

2nd October 2010, 03:47 AM
What is their web address?


2nd October 2010, 09:51 AM

2nd October 2010, 11:21 AM
it looks "window" looking. I guess once youre use to a particular program you kind of stick to it until you find something better. Thanks for the info though, never seen this one before

5th October 2010, 06:19 AM
The only problem I see with this program (list most other jukebox software) is that it's good for handling a number of single songs but I have literally 1800+ full albums and I think it would be rather hard to navigate through them. I personally think Albumplayer and Partytime Jukebox seems better for that kind of application. This still looks like a well polished piece of software. I really would love the guy who made Partytime Jukebox ( http://www.aylesoft.com/ ) to update the program. I think he stopped in 2004.. The last supported winamp version was like 2.81 or something which is ooold.. He says on his side forum he was planning a complete re-write of the software to support video clips etc.. Too bad he didn't.

5th October 2010, 11:36 AM
good point,yep it can be hard to find a song some times.i just got so confused with the other programs and this is just so easy,i probably retract my ,no better! comment,but stick to no easier.

5th October 2010, 05:32 PM
Looks interesting:) Always good to see different programs pop up. Jase, what is the program you use in your JB mate? I quite liked it, but for the life cant remember what it was:redface

6th October 2010, 06:42 AM
E-Touch Wingtip

Awesome program and very flexible



6th October 2010, 06:52 AM
yeah didnt want to hijack the thread. I looked at 3 others including album player and really love the cost $30, the development, and the fact this program is all about the Jukebox. Very simple for idiots to find queue and play songs :)