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Amarok Fades in/out on Play/Pause


KDE Improvement

Score 38%
Link:  http://
Downloads:  314
Submitted:  Apr 26 2007
Updated:  Apr 26 2007


This is just a brainstorm; this is my first post here so sorry if I screw it up.

I would really like it if amarok could fade in and out when you play or pause the music. I wrote a shell script to do this; I don\\\'t know enough about amarok code to make the change, but I wrote a shell script which gets the point across.

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 by Dapper on: Apr 26 2007
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when people press the pause button on Amarok it is usually because someone is coming in the room to talk to them or they are watching a trailer or something, I don't know about you but I would want it to stop immediately without and fade-outs

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 Re: erm...

 by ktulu77 on: Apr 26 2007
Score 50%

I think it is not a bad idea. Winamp does this.
We could have a very short fade, less one a second, it would be smoother for my ears ^^

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 Re: Re: erm...

 by Superstoned on: Apr 26 2007
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Isn't there already an option for this? there IS a fade-in/out config page. And if pause/play fadein/out isn't possible, maybe an amarok script could do it.

Though I hate it ;-)

only the fade-out on closing amarok is kind'a cool.

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 by BorgQueen on: Apr 27 2007
Score 50%

I like the idea of fade in fade out with a crossover capability. I've wanted something like this for a long time.
To be able to control crossover rates would be great too.

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 Re: fade

 by premierSullivan on: Apr 27 2007
Score 50%

I'm not sure, but I think this has already been implemented: crossfade. Is that what you're thinking of?

Also, to the people above: I would expect it to be configurable-- probably off on default. But if you listen, there is a rather annoying 'pop' when you press play/pause.

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