MediaRover?

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by SpudGT, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. SpudGT macrumors member

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    Anyone here using MediaRover to sync iTunes libraries across several machines?

    http://mediarover.com/

    I looks like it makes a copy of the iTunes data on a NAS to do the sync ... Plus the copy of the data is handy for whole house audio systems like the Sonos.
     
  2. richsadams macrumors member

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    Based on a recent MacLife recommendation (http://www.maclife.com/article/reviews/mediarover_review) of 4.5 out of 5 I'm installing it today to sync my iMac's iTunes library with my wife's Mac Mini. I'm using a D-Link DNS 321 NAS for storage. I installed MediaRover and it immediately recognized my iTunes library as well as my NAS and it's busily syncing to the NAS at the moment (about 40GB of iTunes files). As soon as it's done I'll install it on my wife's Mini.

    I also have a Sonos system as well as TiVo which MediaRover says it will work with as well, so I'm looking forward to that.

    So far installation was a snap and everything appears to be working as advertised. I'll report back as I begin using it!
     
  3. noisycats macrumors 6502a

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    hope you two are still here

    Hey,
    I'm looking to 'host' one large iTunes library on a NAS and have both my wife and I tap into it for our iTunes music. I do not want the files to be actually 'loaded' back unto our respective machines but to permanently reside on the NAS.

    Is there an option in MediaRover to not redownload the sync'd NAS media folder back to the connected Macs?
     

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