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JukeANator Digital Jukebox requires Java; If launching above doesn't work, then download Java below first, then try again.

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This application will request unrestricted access to your system but has been certified with a code-signing certificate from DigiCert. JukeANator needs to be able to interact with native song players, save configuration state, access Amazon Web Services for cover art/album metadata and scan hard drive(s) for music.

NOTE:  For 32-bit Windows systems, the default song player for JukeANator is Windows Media Player. You can also choose Winamp, VLC Media Player, or both, depending upon which of these media players that you already has installed...

The default song player for Linux and Mac OS-X systems is VLC Media Player.

The following properties are from that is located in your "home" directory, in a folder/directory called.jukeanator.

The location of your home directory varies depending upon which operating system you have (also, which version too) When running JukeANator, you can choose to show the "Console Window" in the settings for the Java Runtime. JukeANator will display the location of where the .jukeanator folder is. Here is an example configuration (relating to the song player):

The following configuration shows embedded VLC as the default song player (i.e. no visible window) for audio only content, along with a "detached" window for videos. This configuration assumes a dual-display system. When playing audio only content, the secondary window is configured to show the cover art for the currently playing song.



VLCLocation=C:\Program Files\VideoLAN\VLC
VLCOptions=--force-dolby-surround=2,--hq-resampling,--volume=100,--norm-buff-size=20,--norm-max-level=1.60,--audio-filter=normvol:compressor,--no-video-title-show,--equalizer-bands=8.9 10.5 10.3 6.2 8.4 10.3 13 12.2 10.3 7,--equalizer-preamp=12,--aout=aout_directx