Is there a clean way to migrate my Zune software library config to another program?
Allright, having postponed replacing my zHD 32 for months now, I'm now finally at the point where I've hit HDD capacity and there's really not much else I can do but get new hardware. As the Zune software is only compatible with Zune and WP7, and the former is borderline impossible to find at feasible price-points and the latter is preposterously stingy with memory standards, I have to look elsewhere.
My biggest point of hesitation with migrating from Zune has always been the prospect of having to use another management program for sync functionality; frankly I love the Zune software, of all the media file management platforms I've ever used it has by far the most intuitive and user friendly GUI and overall functionality. Moreover I have my library configured to exact specifications through the Zune software in terms of meta-tags; in other words, I have configured the Zune software and player such that they both communicate and render files in an explicitly designated fashion.
So is there any way to fully and smoothly transfer my Zune software library setup to another platform? Or better yet, is there any way to render Zune compatible with Android based hardware? I'm almost entirely certain the answer will be negative on this, but I have to ask. I'm really in a difficult situation with this Zune problem, not sure what course of action to take. Upon reading recommendations to the effect I tried installing DoubleTwist and importing my library to that; the results yielded were filled with discrepancies (duplicate files, missing artwork, missing/incorrect artist data, etc). This was predictable, as many of my files have been tag edited through Zune; going back and fixing everythign would take a up a lot of time and constitutes busywork that I would rather avoid quite frankly. If anyone can provide me with a solution to this, I'd greatly appreciate it.