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HELP! Audio/Video and Dual Monitor Supported Programs Needed!

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HELP! Audio/Video and Dual Monitor Supported Programs Needed!

I recently told a friend (two weeks before Halloween) that I would play some music for his Halloween party. After thinking about it for a while, I thought it would be cool to find a program where I can play music with visualizations and toss some music videos in there too. The only issue i'm having with this is I can't find the right programs to do this with a dual monitor setup. I have gotten it to work with Winamp for the visualizations but I cannot get the videos to pop up on my secondary screen. I have also gotten it to work with Mix Meister Fusion, but still the same result. If anyone has a reccomendation of any software that can be used for this or has gotten these two programs to work that would be great! I really appreciate any input that anyone has on this! Thanks!
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    CaptBilly1Eye

    I've used the following great program for a few years exactly for the purpose you describe.

    The JukeBox'er:
    http://www.thejukeboxer.com/

    Dual monitor features
    - Play videos
    - Show Karaoke text
    - Display album covers
    Party Mode
    - Lock out users from changing setup
    It turns your system into a realistic jukebox.
    Loads of setup options.

    It helps if your MP3s are named uniformly. That is, they have the artist and song in the file name. You can also have it use ID3 tags if you have those complete.
    There are many free tools out there to help with renaming and tagging files in bulk.

    Let me know if you have any questions.
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    Have fun at your Halloween party! :-)

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    CaptBilly1Eye

    If so, did if fit the bill?

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    CaptBilly1Eye

    I've used the following great program for a few years exactly for the purpose you describe.

    The JukeBox'er:
    http://www.thejukeboxer.com/

    Dual monitor features
    - Play videos
    - Show Karaoke text
    - Display album covers
    Party Mode
    - Lock out users from changing setup
    It turns your system into a realistic jukebox.
    Loads of setup options.

    It helps if your MP3s are named uniformly. That is, they have the artist and song in the file name. You can also have it use ID3 tags if you have those complete.
    There are many free tools out there to help with renaming and tagging files in bulk.

    Let me know if you have any questions.
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    Have fun at your Halloween party! :-)

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    CaptBilly1Eye

    If so, did if fit the bill?