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==Other Possible Interface Changes==
==Other Possible Interface Changes==
Font face and size
[https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Tree_%26_View_Settings Font face and size]
Customizable [https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Toolbars Toolbars]  
Customizable [https://wiki.jriver.com/index.php/Toolbars Toolbars]  

Revision as of 11:01, 17 June 2019

If you only use MC as an audio player or only as a video player, you may prefer a simpler looking player. Here's how to quickly do that.

Removing Features

You can configure JRiver Media Center to show just audio or just video by choosing Tools/Options/General/Features.

JRiver has an "Audio Only" view. You can set it from the View menu. This disables some of the features. Just visit the link above to re-enable them if you change your mind later.

Removing Services

Under Services, in the tree on the left, you will find Amazon and several other stores. You can remove any that you don't want to see.

In MC18 and above, you can use Tools > Options > Services > Stores shown in the tree

In earlier versions, go to Tools > Plug-in Manager > Stores. Select a store and choose "Hide".

Theater View

The default interface is called Standard View. It's the best place to organize and tag your media. For playback, you may wish to try Theater View. It's available from the View menu, or you can hit F11 a couple of times to get there.

Theater View is best used with a remote.

You can customize what appears in Theater View in MC's options. You can also add a link to an external program or URL.

JRemote or Gizmo

You can use one of our remotes on a phone or tablet to control JRiver's playback.

Other Possible Interface Changes

Font face and size

Customizable Toolbars

Right Click on a View and choose Customize View