Media Center Software Guide
Creating a Queue List in My Music
A queue list is a temporary list of songs that is
created in My Music as you select songs, albums, or
playlists to play. You can continue to add songs or
you can delete songs from your queue list.
You can create a queue list and save it as a playlist
that you can access in Media Center.
From the My Music window:
Select Songs, use the arrow keys to select
a song you want, and then select Add to
Select Albums or Playlists, select an
album or a playlist, and then select Add
to Queue to add the entire album or
playlist to the queue.
Finding and Playing an Album in My Music
In the Media Center Start menu, select My
Music, and then select Albums.
Use the arrow buttons on the remote control or
the arrow keys on the keyboard to select an
album, and then press OK on the remote
control or press the Enter key on the
keyboard. Select Play to play the album. The
Now Playing window opens, and the album
In the Play window, you can also select:
View Cover to view cover art and play
View Queue to view an ordered list of all
tracks that will be played on the album.
Shuffle to rearrange the play order.
Repeat to play the album again.
Use the Back button on the remote control or
the Backspace key on the keyboard to go
back to the Songs, Albums, or Playlists menus
if you want to select more songs to add to
your queue list. Repeat step 1.
After you add the last song for your queue list,
select Play. All songs in your queue list are
played in the order you have selected them.
Copy CD to copy an album into your
Windows Media Player music library and
your My Music library.
Buy Music to connect to the Internet, find
CD information, and buy music CDs. To go
back to Media Center, press Start on the
remote control, or click Start on the
taskbar and click Media Center.
Visualize to view a moving picture while
listening to a song.
Edit Queue to save your queue list as a
playlist, create a CD/DVD, or clear all the
songs in the queue list.
To return to the previous window, press Back
on the remote control or the Backspace key on