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DWJukebox: A Customizable and Skinnable MP3 Jukebox Program


DW Jukebox Download: How to Turn Your PC into a Retro Jukebox




Do you love the nostalgic look and feel of a classic jukebox? Do you have a collection of MP3 files that you want to play in a stylish and convenient way? If you answered yes to both questions, then you might want to try DW Jukebox, a free software that can turn your PC into a retro jukebox.




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What is DW Jukebox?




DW Jukebox is an MP3 jukebox program for DOS and Windows that was designed to run on MAME cabinets, although MAME is not required. It was created by Chris La Mantia, also known as Chris La Mantia, who started the project in 1997 as a hobby. The program is meant to look and act like a real jukebox, not a media player. Thus, there are no playlists, no fast forward, no rewind, no track seek, etc. It expects input via buttons like a real jukebox, not by navigating a GUI with a joystick or mouse. It is a complete jukebox construction set that can be completely re-skinned and controlled via keyboard, keyboard encoder, gamepad, mouse, or touchscreen.


Features and benefits of DW Jukebox




Some of the features and benefits of using DW Jukebox are:


  • It is free and open source. You can download it from the official website or from other sources like CNET or Archive.org.



  • It supports MP3, WAV, OGG, FLAC, and WMA formats. You can add as many songs as you want, as long as you have enough disk space.



  • It has a variety of skins that you can choose from, or you can create your own using the Skin Editor. You can also download skins from other users or websites.



  • It has a radio mode that randomly selects songs from your collection. You can also enable the play stimulator that simulates coin drops and button presses to make it more realistic.



  • It has a screensaver mode that displays images or slideshows while the jukebox is idle. You can use your own images or download them from the internet.



  • It has a user timers feature that allows you to trigger events based on time or song changes. You can use this feature to control external devices like lights, fans, motors, etc.



Requirements and compatibility of DW Jukebox




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  • A PC with Windows 98 or higher (or DOS with MPXPLAY)



  • A sound card that supports DirectX



  • A monitor that supports at least 640x480 resolution



  • A keyboard or other input device



  • At least 10 MB of free disk space



DW Jukebox is compatible with most hardware and software configurations, but some features may not work properly on some systems. For example, some skins may not display correctly on some monitors, or some sound cards may not support How to download and install DW Jukebox




Downloading and installing DW Jukebox is easy and fast. Just follow these steps:


Step 1: Download the latest version of DW Jukebox from the official website




Go to the of DW Jukebox and click on the Download link. You will see a list of files that you can download. The latest version of DW Jukebox is 3.2.1, which was released on June 6, 2010. You can download either the full version or the update version, depending on whether you have a previous version of DW Jukebox installed or not. The full version is a ZIP file that contains all the files you need to run DW Jukebox, while the update version is a smaller ZIP file that contains only the files that have changed since the previous version. If you are not sure which one to download, we recommend downloading the full version. The file size is about 8 MB.


Step 2: Extract the ZIP file to a folder on your PC




Once you have downloaded the ZIP file, you need to extract it to a folder on your PC. You can use any program that can handle ZIP files, such as WinZip, WinRAR, or 7-Zip. To extract the ZIP file, right-click on it and choose Extract All or Extract Here, depending on your program. You will be asked to choose a destination folder for the extracted files. You can choose any folder you want, but we recommend creating a new folder called DWJukebox in your C: drive. This will make it easier to find and access the program later.


Step 3: Run the SETUP.EXE file and follow the instructions




After extracting the ZIP file, you will see a folder called DWJukebox that contains several files and subfolders. One of these files is SETUP.EXE, which is the installer program for DW Jukebox. To run it, double-click on it or right-click on it and choose Run as Administrator. You will see a welcome screen that asks you to choose a language for the installation. Choose English or any other language you prefer and click Next. You will then see a license agreement screen that asks you to accept the terms and conditions of using DW Jukebox. Read the agreement carefully and click I Agree if you agree with it. You will then see an installation options screen that asks you to choose where to install DW Jukebox and whether to create shortcuts on your desktop and start menu. You can leave the default options or change them as you wish and click Next. You will then see an installation progress screen that shows you how the installation is going. Wait until it finishes and click Finish.


How to configure and customize DW Jukebox




Now that you have installed DW Jukebox, you can configure and customize it to suit your needs and preferences. Here are some steps you can take:


Step 1: Edit the JUKEBOX.INI file to suit your preferences




The JUKEBOX.INI file is a text file that contains all the settings and options for DW Jukebox. You can edit this file using any text editor, such as Notepad or WordPad. To open it, go to the folder where you installed DW Jukebox and double-click on it or right-click on it and choose Open With Notepad or Open With WordPad. You will see a lot of lines of text that look like this:


[General] Title=DWJukebox Skin=Default MusicPath=MUSIC RadioMode=0 PlayStimulator=0 ...


Each line consists of a name and a value separated by an equal sign (=). The name is the name of the setting or option, and the value is the value of the setting or option. For example, in the line above, Title is the name of the setting that determines what title appears on the top of the jukebox screen, and DWJukebox is the value of that setting.


You can change any of these settings or options by changing their values. For example, if you want to change the title of your jukebox to My Cool Jukebox, you can change the line above to:


Title=My Cool Jukebox


Some of the settings or options have multiple values that you can choose from by using numbers or letters. For example, in the line above, Skin is the name of the setting that determines what skin (appearance) your jukebox uses, and Default is one of the possible values for the skin setting. You can change the skin by using the name of another skin that is available in the SKINS folder, such as Classic, Modern, or Retro. For example, if you want to use the Retro skin, you can change the line above to:


Skin=Retro


Some of the settings or options that you can edit in the JUKEBOX.INI file are:


Name


Description


Possible Values


Title


The title that appears on the top of the jukebox screen


Any text


Skin


The skin (appearance) that the jukebox uses


Any skin name that is available in the SKINS folder


MusicPath


The folder where your MP3 files are stored


Any valid folder path on your PC


RadioMode


The mode that determines how the jukebox selects songs randomly


0 = Off, 1 = On, 2 = On with no repeats until all songs are played


PlayStimulator


The feature that simulates coin drops and button presses to make the jukebox more realistic


0 = Off, 1 = On


ScreensaverMode


The mode that determines what the jukebox displays when


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