A media library is a collection of audio and video files that can be accessed by a media player like Windows Media Player, Winamp or iTunes. Media libraries will usually contain information on the media files they contain such as title, artist, album, genre, a rating and a description.
Several programs exist to automatically collate media files into libraries.They can even detect otherwise unnamed songs by analyzing the structure of the music and matching it to a central database.
Media libraries can also be shared online. Media players like Winamp offer the ability to stream the contents of a media library over the internet.
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