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JuK

   2.2  

KDE Sound Application

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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  13147
Submitted:  Feb 6 2004
Updated:  Mar 19 2005

Description:

JuK 2.2 - Jukebox and music manager for KDE

- An easy to use, playlist and metadata focused interface with several playlist types:

- Collection List where the entire database of music is shown and automatically updated based on folders the user has indicated contain their music collection

- Search Playlists that allow for powerful combinations of search criteria to produce dynamically updated playlists

- Dynamic Lists which are produced by using multiple selection in the playlist selector and are a union of two or more playlists

- Folder Playlists which represent a single folder in the file system and are updated automatically based on its contents

- History Playlist which stores a history of the what the user has played

- Play Queue, an enhancement of the popular Play Next funtionality of previous versions that enables a manegable upcoming queue of items to be played

- Player and tag editor for several audio formats:
- MP3 (MPEG Layer 3 Audio)
- Ogg Vorbis
- FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
- MPC (MusePack)

- Multiple audio output backends:
- aRts (Default)
- GStreamer 0.8
- aKode

- Inline search for quick filtering of the currently visible items

- MusicBrainz integration for file identification on over the internet

- File renamer that renames files based on the tag content
A powerful tag editor that works seemlessly with all supported music formats

- CD burning support via the popular K3b tool

- Visually attractive, but unobtrusive track announcements

- A Now Playing heads-up style title bar featuring the album cover, links to show more from the playing artist or album and a brief history of previously played items

- Cover art management via Google Image Search

- Random play including Album Random Play for randomly playing complete albums

JuK 2.2 is part of the recently released KDE 3.4 kdemultimedia package. JuK packages are distributed with basically all current Linux and many Unix distributions.




Changelog:

New in JuK 2.2 (KDE 3.4):

- "Now Playing" bar

- More from this aritst / album links

- Cover image support and manager

- Play Queue

- Easier to use file renamer dialog

- Album-based random play

- GStreamer backend updated to 0.8.x

- Direct aKode backend

The web page and wiki have also been updated with quite a bit of new content.




LicenseGPL
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 screenshots

 
 by hiasl on: Feb 6 2004
 
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Screenshots would be nice. btw: I like juK very much.


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 Re: screenshots

 
 by michelinux on: Feb 6 2004
 
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Just added!


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 iTunes browser

 
 by hannibal331 on: Feb 6 2004
 
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It would be great if Juk provided an iTunes-like browser for (genre)/artist and album. Also a streams browser would be nice (like Amarok).


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 Re: iTunes browser

 
 by cpchan on: Feb 7 2004
 
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> an iTunes-like browser for (genre)/artist and album.

Juk does have that. Just right click on the "Collection List" and change the view mode to Tree.

Charles


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 Thanks Friend

 
 by maarizwan on: Feb 6 2004
 
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Slackware 9.1 is really better than Other distributions like Redhat and mandrake,etc.

Slack is much resource efficient and fast. thanks to you and slackware developers.


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 Re: Thanks Friend

 
 by michelinux on: Feb 7 2004
 
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You're welcome.


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 Re: Re: Thanks Friend

 
 by kdeuser on: Feb 7 2004
 
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The Slackware packages on ftp.kde.org now includes Juk in kdemultimedia.
I found this today.

But thanks anyway for your work.


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 Re: Thanks Friend

 
 by pivarac on: Feb 7 2004
 
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I really do not think this is the time or the place for such fuckin' comments. So, please keep it to yourself.


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 Re: Re: Thanks Frien

 
 by anidnmeno on: Feb 22 2004
 
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This is here for any comment that ANY user wants to put up. So shut the fuck up. You ain't our mama and you can't tell us what to do!


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I'M RICH, BEOTCH!!
-Anidn Maershich Rokusaburo Menoscwicz
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 wow

 
 by fiend on: Feb 7 2004
 
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So why would someone make an audio player without an Equalizer? And what is the point of loading playlists if the program is just going to resort the files by name? It makes no sense to even have playlists to load since this prog just screws the order up.

Seriously, what the hell is with people making audio apps without an equalizer? Use xmms, it doesn't screw up playlists, and it has an equalizer as well as crossfade.


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 Re: wow

 
 by michelinux on: Feb 8 2004
 
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About equalizer, I think that Scott Wheeler, the Juk author, wants to keep Juk fast, light and simple: an equalizer would be useful but not mandatory.
About playlists, I never get any problem with them and I never get any resort after restarting or Juk either computer. Do you save them?
However I can't reach Juk website: is there anybody who can?
Bye
Michele


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 tag editing support

 
 by TheDuncster on: Feb 11 2004
 
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I think Juk really shines when it comes to editing ID3 tag information (or vorbis, whatever). Its very easy to select a bunch of tracks and change only the Artist info for each track without messing with the other info like Album, trackname, etc.

Also, If you don't want to edit stuff manually Juk can support Musicbrainz TRM stuff. Juk will analyze the audio characteristics of the file (beat detections, etc) and will suggest matches from the Musicbrainz database. I find this feature very useful. Musicbrainz seems currently less comprehensive than FreeDB, but has higher quality (correct) info.


-Andy
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 sequencer

 
 by Hippy on: Feb 24 2004
 
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Well the program is real cool but i really miss a sequencer in it, flat mp3 sound kinda sux on some soundcards. Will juk have an sequencer in a later stage?


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