MuvEnum Blog

Mar 28

The beta program has completed.  Thank you all that were interested in beta testing!  We’ll be releasing the full product shortly.

MuvEnum is looking for 20 beta testers for its latest product: MuvUnder Cover: The Album Art Sleuth, which is a Windows WPF application for automatically finding and embedding album art into the following file types: APE, ASF, FLAC, M4A, M4P, M4V, MP3, MP4, MPC, MPP, MP+, WMA, WMV, and WV.

Using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), we’ve been able to create a unique experience that fits well within the “album cover” concept

To become a beta tester, please send an email that includes your system specifications (OS, CPU, RAM) to “removed” requesting to be a part of the “MuvUnder Cover Beta Testing Team”.

Each active beta tester will receive a free copy of both MuvUnder Cover: The Album Art Sleuth and MuvAudio2.

Once we have 20 beta testers, testing will begin. We’ve ironed out a lot of issues with our current internal testing team and hope to have the beta last for only a few weeks.

If you have any questions, feel free to post a comment and we’ll be sure to answer it

Here’s a quick sneak peek (user interface subject to change):

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Mar 25

The next few months should be exciting for MuvEnum.  We wanted to give a sneak peek of what we’ve been working on:

  • A new company logo.
  • A website redesign unifying our products under MuvEnum.com.
  • A new software product built using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF).
    • We will be announcing details and a need for beta testers shortly.
  • New official releases of some applications that will possibly include:
    • MuvEnum Address Bar – Replacement toolbar for XP SP3 users.
    • Muv My Windows – A system-wide shortcut key program to help move/maximize/restore windows between multiple monitors.
  • Updates to existing applications:
    • IE Open Last Closed Tab – x64 OS, Internet Explorer 32-bit support.
    • IE Alias – x64 OS, Internet Explorer 32-bit support.
    • MuvAudio 2 – some small bug fixes.
  • We’re also working on updating our help documentation and implementing a searchable knowledgebase (FAQ)

We’re thankful for and focused on our customers.  These next few months will be very exciting!