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FALF Player

   1.3/1.4dev  

KDE Sound Application

Score 72%
FALF Player
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FALF Player
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FALF Player
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  14007
Submitted:  Aug 9 2006
Updated:  Aug 14 2008

Description:

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.

Highlights:
- 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


Requirements:
- 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

IMPORTANT!
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.




Changelog:

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




LicenseGPL
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SUSE(rpm)
other(ALT)
FreeBSD(port)
Source(tarball)
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 Last.fm?

 
 by cewanf on: Jun 21 2007
 
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How do I listen to Last.fm after I have entered my login and password?


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 Re: Last.fm?

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jun 21 2007
 
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When You enter login, password and enable last.fm support, information about everything You listen to is automatically sent to last.fm server. Listen to last.fm? What do You mean?


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 Re: Re: Last.fm?

 
 by cewanf on: Jun 21 2007
 
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I want a client to listen to Last.fm music. Amarok for instance supports this (but I can't get it working), also there is an official Last.fm client at http://www.last.fm/download/. It would be nice to use FALF instead to listen to Last.fm tags.
You understand?


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 Re: Re: Re: Last.fm?

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jun 21 2007
 
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last.fm radio?


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Last

 
 by chandraiitk on: Jul 4 2007
 
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yes, that's radio i guess. I also tried to use the last.fm client but unfortunately that doesn't work properly. It would be nice if u can get this support incorporated in FALF player as well.

Thanks!


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 openSUSE :(

 
 by ooz on: Jun 27 2007
 
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amdfanatyk, please do something with packages for openSUSE. It is terrible to wait so long...
:(


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 Re: openSUSE :(

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jun 28 2007
 
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It isn't up to me.


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 Re: openSUSE :(

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jul 1 2007
 
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Now SUSE and openSUSE are both supported. Special thanks goes to Detlef Reichelt.


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 feature requests

 
 by watzke on: Jun 30 2007
 
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Hi there. It would be great to have a shuffle feature in FALF. Also possibility to resize/maximize window would be good.

Btw, I've made a gentoo ebuild (live SVN), it's in my overlay...


http://overlay.watzke.cz/ - my Portage Overlay
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 Re: feature requests

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jun 30 2007
 
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Done.


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 DCOP

 
 by watzke on: Jul 5 2007
 
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How about some dcop functions? Play/pause, stop, next, prev would be useful and maybe some nowplaying.


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 Re: DCOP

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jul 5 2007
 
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No. I won't use dcop because it eats additional memory.


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 Changes?

 
 by Hyperion on: Jul 7 2007
 
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Is it really necassary to push your app every day? I don't see any big changes here ...
It would be great to write, what has been really done! (New Version e.g.)


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 Re: Changes?

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jul 7 2007
 
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Yes.


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 Re: Re: Changes?

 
 by Hyperion on: Jul 7 2007
 
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"Yes" is an answer to exactly what?


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 Voting

 
 by drcux on: Aug 9 2007
 
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"http://www.kde-apps.org/content/show.php/show.php?content=43961&vote=good"

hm, not very clever... :(


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