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#26 2005-05-01 22:36:41

d3c3it
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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

mplayer is really lean in deps compared to totem or the such.


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#27 2005-05-02 00:18:27

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

Uhh... Totem is just a Xine frontend...

(Unless you're talking about the interface. In which case, yes, MPlayer's interface does indeed suck.)

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#28 2005-05-02 00:20:29

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

You actually use the mplayer gui?


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#29 2005-05-02 00:54:59

Gullible Jones
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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

I don't use MPlayer.

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#30 2005-05-02 03:54:53

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

I dont see how gstreamer is bloated.

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#31 2005-05-02 05:10:36

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player


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#32 2005-05-02 10:46:13

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

0.22 seconds per file?! :shock:

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#33 2005-05-12 18:46:46

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

Imho wxMusik is pretty good. A bit buggy, but feature rich. (Including streams, album pics, dynamic playlists, flac/aac, etc.)

I've only recently switched to Arch Linux, but if anyone's interrested I'll make a PKGBUILD for it.

[edit: now I come to think of it, wxMusik is not really lightweight.]
[2nd edit: what you need is quod libet! It's a great player written in python and pygtk. I've made a PKGBUILD for it in AUR.]


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#34 2005-05-31 23:26:51

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

I've only recently switched to Arch Linux, but if anyone's interrested I'll make a PKGBUILD for it.

I'm interested.

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#35 2005-06-01 00:32:57

citral
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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

Oh, sorry, I ran into quod libet before making a PKGBUILD for wxMusik, and figured it's much beter. It's got the same features, but not the instability that wxMusik has.

Hope I don't disappoint you...  :oops:


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#36 2005-06-01 01:55:46

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

Any other than rhythmbox that support Internet radio like the stations on Shoutcast?  I like some of that stuff and with the recent debacle I'm having with gst-plugins I need a working alternative.


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#37 2005-06-01 06:39:21

iphitus
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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

Just because it's slow, doesnt mean it's bloated miqorz. Otherwise, it's an awesome media framework.

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#38 2005-06-01 09:02:53

Cotton
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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

Any other than rhythmbox that support Internet radio like the stations on Shoutcast? I like some of that stuff and with the recent debacle I'm having with gst-plugins I need a working alternative

Streamtuner is a good frontend for Shoutcast and Live365 internet radio stations.  It allows you to select an external player (xmms, xine, zinf, etc).

It all depends on how integrated you want it.

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#39 2005-06-01 09:37:33

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Re: Recommended Light but feature rich music player

mpd!

it supports shoutcast stations.

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