Digital Juke, the jukebox MP3 player from
Golden Micro Solutions, has been upgraded to version 2.0.
Digital Juke is an MP3 music player, but is specifically built to act as a jukebox when you’re throwing a party. It has a jukebox-like user interface for selecting the tracks and also provides a level of security by ensuring your guests can’t access your Mac when the software is running.
Version 2.0 adds a Playlists pop-up menu for easier access to multiple playlists. There are new Pause/Resume (playback) menu items, a Full Screen On Startup preference option, a new Show Buttons preference (so you can hide the large numeric buttons), the ability to load and play AIFF and Wav files, a new user modifiable background color scheme option and a new Create Playback Log File option to record which tracks have been played. The maximum number of queued files has been increased from 30 to 80. And when using Load Tracks, Digital Juke will now recursively search all folders.
This upgrade is free to existing Digital Juke owners. Version 2.0 costs US$15 for new users. Digital Juke, built with REALbasic from
Real Software, will run on any Power Mac with at least 7500K of free RAM and a minimum of Mac OS 8.1 and QuickTime 4.x or later. The application has not been Carbonized for Mac OS X.