OkeOke.Net is a feature-rich software application which can be used to manage all media files and organize karaoke nights. It comes packed with a wide rage of settings to meet the requirements of even picky users.
Attractive-looking interface with numerous options
The app's interface is clean and neatly organized, although OkeOke.Net does not seem intuitive at a first glance. It is possible to import various types of media files such as AVI, MOV, MPG and M2TS, as well as to hide disk labels for files existing on the same disk as OkeOke.Net, ignore files already existing in the database, and add those not indexed in the master database.
Organize music and prepare it for karaoke using many tools
In order to prepare the files for karaoke, you can adjust the volume levels, add and set singers to selected KVTs, as well as set types and languages to the selected KVTs. Disk labels can be edited at any time, duplicate KVTs can be deleted, while the entire database can be compressed to reduce the overall space it occupies on the disk.
A search function is available for the whole library. OkeOke.Net can be asked to count words, select only male or female singers, as well as to assign tags to identify certain songs faster. Karaoke can be played in random mode. These are just a small part of the configuration settings available in this software application.
Evaluation and conclusion
The app is pretty light on the system resources, considering its complexity. It has a good response time to commands and worked well in our tests, without causing the OS to hang, crash or pop up error messages. Although it takes a while to get used to all its features and customization preferences, OkeOke.Net proves to be a resourceful utility for administering media files and readying them for karaoke.