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FALF Player


KDE Sound Application

Score 72%
FALF Player

FALF Player

FALF Player

Homepage:  http://cur.lv/ulft9
Downloads:  14141
Submitted:  Aug 9 2006
Updated:  Aug 14 2008


FALF Player is open source audio player for Unix-like operating systems (Linux, BSD, etc.). General idea is to keep player as simple as possible. One the one hand it should be free of useless crap that can be found in Amarok, on the other hand it should take the best ideas from foobar2000 and mix them with additional ideas that make work with audio player even more convenient. I'm also focused on stability and attempt to provide users with stable solutions even in svn repository.

- multiplaylist support
- lyrics support
- m3u support
- last.fm support
- HTTP streams support (radio)
- built-in tags' editor
- built-in equalizer
- easy transfer of tracks to removable device
- customizable accelerators
- high stability
- low memory consumption

- xine-lib http://www.xine-project.org
- taglib http://developer.kde.org/~wheeler/taglib.html
- qt http://www.trolltech.com/
- kde http://kde.org

Most recent source code available via svn:
svn co https://falf.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/falf falf-svn

When migrating from 1.2 or earlier version there is need to load metadata for already added tracks. This can be done from main menu:
Settings->Reload metadata...

Post Your suggestion, bug's report and inquiry only on official sf.net forum. Everything posted here will remain unanswered.


1.3 -> 1.4dev
* Japanese translation added
* volume control changes
* global and local shortcuts
* autolyrics.com replaced with combination of lyricsvip.com & elyrics.net
* lock file wasn't created at first run (now fixed)

1.2 -> 1.3
* fixed broken loop mode (repeat track)
* much faster restoring playlists
* disabled buttons look smarter
* follow selected track mode against empty playlist bug fixed
* rewritten popup menu (tray)
* annoying time slider issues fixed
* playback is restored properly after quit on first track's frame
* send on playlist used to remove track(s) even when send was aborted (now fixed)
* "Add playlist..." item added to copy/send/append menus

1.1 -> 1.2
* fixed broken increasing volume at startup
* fixed problem with changing equalizer profile's name
* GCC 4.3.0 compatibility
* last.fm playback percent complete can be set in range from 50 to 100%
* customizable accelerators
* more accelerators added ('copy on playlist', 'send on playlist', 'append to playlist' and more)

1.0 -> 1.1
* fixed problem with switching focus (Tags' editor wnd)
* simple copy/send with destination playlist mechanism
* faster sorting algorithm - quick sort
* adding playlist with double click on main window free space or status bar
* faster tracks handling - works smoothly with more than 4000 tracks on single playlist
* nasty timer issue fixed
* search also in album and artist

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 Some Suggestions

 by laser60 on: Dec 31 2006
Score 50%

Good. Thanks.

I don't know what made you to start this project (was amarok so "difficult" that there was need for another "simple" audio player?), but seeing this project has survived is good. I must confess that I usually use amarok and really enjoy it, but sometimes I feel the need for some other features. Here are my suggestions:

1-Your player seems really light and good (I like it) but does not look nice. I think if you make it skinnable, it will attract people much more. Some skins like "ManDVD"-look are really good. Because amarok has been part of KDE (at least unofficially) I think they wont make amarok skinnable .

2-Simple, compact and nice looking buttons may be very useful for a "simple player". The arrangement and look of windows media player 11 buttons may be a good start point.

3- A good library management is needed. I dont know how WM player manage its library, but it seems it doesn't change the tags of songs;(while I change a tag using media player, other players including other windows players, wont able to see these tags. I think WM player may use an internal tag database (not writing them on song files). The advantage is you can manage the tags very fast. This maybe another benefit of a "simple" player.

4- Some innovative ideas (like what you did about "remembering of stop place" and "using tab widgets"), are really needed.

Just my two cents. If these are already implemented or I am wrong in some of my assumptions, forgive me :).
Good luck.

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 by KDEApp on: Jan 6 2007
Score 50%

How can I compile this package?
Theres no configure and no Makefile
in falf-1.0rc3.tar

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 Re: Compile

 by baraba on: Jan 6 2007
Score 50%

There is install.sh file inside directory. Just run it as a root 'sh install.sh'

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 how install it

 by bakaraka on: Jan 7 2007
Score 50%

command sh install.sh don't work

applnk/ frmrestore.ui.h lyrics.cpp qmslider.h
bin/ frmtags.ui lyrics.h randtree.cpp
CHANGELOG frmtags.ui.h main.cpp randtree.h
falf.pro icons/ player.cpp README
frmaudiocddevice.ui install.sh player.h uninstall.sh
frmlyrics.ui kmlistview.cpp playlist.cpp version.h
frmmain.ui kmlistview.h playlist.h
frmmain.ui.h kmsystemtray.cpp po/
frmrestore.ui kmsystemtray.h qmslider.cpp
[root@x66x17x85 falf-1.0rc3]# sh install.sh
install.sh: line 16: qmake: command not found
>> compiling source code...
make: *** Nie podano obiektow i nie znaleziono makefile. Stop.
strip: 'bin/falf': No such file
>> installing binaries...
cp: nie mozna wykonac stat na `bin/falf': Nie ma takiego pliku ani katalogu
install.sh: line 29: msgfmt: command not found
install.sh: line 29: msgfmt: command not found
install.sh: line 29: msgfmt: command not found
>> installing icons...
>> installing links...

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 Re: how install it

 by amdfanatyk on: Jan 8 2007
Score 50%

as I mentioned in email, You are missing qt-devel and gettext, btw build 1.0rc4dev rather than 1.0rc3.

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 what is wrong

 by d0minikk on: Jan 10 2007
Score 50%

install.sh: 9: Syntax error: "(" unexpected

why I can't compile this ?

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 Re: what is wrong

 by amdfanatyk on: Jan 11 2007
Score 50%

i have no idea why, there's no "(" in 9th line so probably problem exists in other place, for instance kde-config cannot be found.

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 nice player

 by dgvirtual on: Jan 12 2007
Score 50%

Seems to be a little nice player. The tabs are cool - you can see all your favorite playlists at once and switch easily. Keep up the good work.

(BTW, I am using Ubuntu Edgy, and had to convert Fedora rpm through alien to install it. Works flawlessly, - so far :).

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 well done

 by trispace on: Jan 13 2007
Score 50%

finally a nice and clean player without bells and whistles.

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