Descriptions for MegaSeg Pro 6.0.5
Name: MegaSeg Pro
Developer: Fidelity Media Inc
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.6 or later
Includes: Keygen (CORE)
Web Site: http://www.megaseg.com/about.html
Powerful DJ application designed for professional broadcasters, offering an extensive array of features for managing radio and TV stations
MegaSeg Pro is a powerful application which enables you to consolidate all your MP3 songs on the hard drive of your iMac or PowerBook computer, and then mix between them for a professional DJ presentation without the need for extra CD players ormixers.
MegaSeg’s powerful feature set includes intuitive management of song rotation, timed playlist events, instant sound effect Hot Keys, elegant playlist rules for artist separation, color coded Request Lists, and iTunes compatible playlists.
Moreover, loading CD tracks into MegaSeg is really easy. With the built-in database search engine and ease of use, you’ll never want to lug CD’s around again.
On top of all that, MegaSeg can also play and mix MP3 and Quicktime files downloaded from the internet.
Furthermore, the MegaSeg Pro macOS application also comes with built-in visual beat synchronizing, as well as cue and preview outputs for multiple channels and devices.
What’s new in MegaSeg Pro 6.0.5
December 9th, 2017
- A workaround for limited playback support of DRM Protected Apple Music and pre-2009 iTunes Store tracks, affecting users who upgraded to iTunes 12.7.2 and/or High Sierra. (Some restrictions apply. Batteries not included. Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball™)
- Support for native FLAC playback on High Sierra 10.13.
- Fixed an issue where tracks without a file extension would be removed from the library each launch.
- Fixed issue displaying album artwork in ID3 tagged AIFF files on High Sierra.
- Fixed list footers displaying an invalid popup menu icon.
- Import: The iPod option is now hidden unless a classic iPod is detected.
- Playlist Browser: If a selected playlist is modified and saved while the Playlist Browser is hidden, it will correctly show the updated playlist when the browser is reopened.
- Preferences: Fixed a bug where changing the output device might not be remembered.
- Preferences: Output channel options should now display correctly for all devices.
- Removed duplicate "Downloaded" iTunes playlists.