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Amarok

   2.4.3  

KDE Sound Application

Score 85%
Amarok
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Homepage:  http://amarok.kde.org/
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  87539
Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
Updated:  Aug 1 2011

Description:

Amarok is a audio-player for Linux, Unix, Windows and Mac. Its interface uses a powerful "browser" metaphor that allows you to create playlists that make the most of your music collection. We have a fast development-cycle and
super happy users. We also provide pensions and other employment benefits.

"Easily the best media-player for Linux at the moment. Install it now!"
- Linux Format Magazine


FEATURES

* Quick and simple drag and drop playlist creation
* Music library
* Automatic cover art download using Amazon services
* The unique and powerful context view
* Automatic play-statistics generation
* Full lyrics download
* Full Last.fm support
* Integrated Wikipedia support
* Streaming from any KIO source
* Crossfading
* Podcast Support
* OSD for track changes
* KDE integration

Amarok is smart, it's sexy, it's clever! Try it out today!




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 feature-request

 
 by soulrebel on: Dec 5 2005
 
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after all this time now, there are still some elemtental juk-features that amarok does not have, which makes me use juk sometimes (although there are things about juk that suck).
it would be really great if you added
1. the possiblity to create smart playlists based on directories and to remove the precreated playlists (last-played, newest...)
2. a rename-feature, similar to that of juk
3. a dynamic (i.e. where i can define the syntax) info-from-filename detector; this is really better than just taking the first "-" and making everything left of it artist and right of it title. btw. is there a way i can turn this off? it really sucks because it is no longer obvious wich files are tagged and which arent...

thanks a lot for your work, i really love amarok (except for those missing feature ;) ) and i think it has great potential

p.s: do you know by chance why the freebsd-builds do not come with xine-support (xine-engine runs smoothest on my computer)?


# cd /usa/whitehouse
# rm -rf *

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 Re: feature-request

 
 by coolian on: Dec 7 2005
 
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100% total agreement.

I hate that Amarok restricts you in so many ways when a few simple juK ideas would swallow me whole.


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 Re: feature-request

 
 by blaster999 on: Dec 8 2005
 
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>The possibility [...] to remove the precreated playlists (last-played, newest...)

Why do you want to do so? Do these plylists anny you so much you cannot stand them?


It is not the size of the hammer that counts. It's how you wield it.
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 Re: Re: feature-request

 
 by soulrebel on: Dec 8 2005
 
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well erm, they are 8 playlists that i have never used, why are they there? they are using up precious space on my screen, that i could better fill with other data :D


# cd /usa/whitehouse
# rm -rf *

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 Amazon images???

 
 by Yaba on: Dec 7 2005
 
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I will never understand, why you use images from Amazon with the implied restrictions instead fetching the images from Google Images.


Don't take life too seriously; No one gets out alive.
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 Re: Amazon images???

 
 by Superstoned on: Dec 7 2005
 
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agreed. this would work as good as the amazon solution, and it doesn't have all these restrictions.


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 good work!

 
 by l1nux on: Dec 8 2005
 
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greats apps :)

but, any plugins for get shoutcast radio (playing & recording) like streamtuner ?
Thanks.


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 feature request

 
 by bennevis on: Dec 19 2005
 
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hi there,

would it be possible to add a feature so you could jump to a song in the playlist by hitting the corresponding number button?
By hitting "2" amarok would play the second track in the playlist. Maybe in a two digit way? Hitting "1" and "0" straight away would play track 10.
If this would be available through DCOP I could use the number block on the remote I use via LIRC.
I would love to see this in one of the next releases.

keep up the great work, I love amarok! :)


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 Monkey Audio Files

 
 by deif on: Jan 24 2006
 
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I can't figure out how to play APE files with amarok. Is there any RPM for SuSE out there?


chmod 777 /dev/inet
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 Empty ID3v2

 
 by yggdrasil on: Jan 26 2006
 
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When I edit the tags of mp3-files, amarok only writes ID3v1 tags _and_ empty ID3v2 tags. Amarok seems to write ID3v2 tags, but does not fill in values, just to make it clear :-) Is this misbehaviour known?


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 Re: Empty ID3v2

 
 by markey on: Feb 4 2006
 
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Disable the option "Do not encode the following as Latin1.. Tags". It automatically enables ID3V1 writing.


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 Re: Re: Empty ID3v2

 
 by yggdrasil on: Feb 5 2006
 
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It is already disabled. I'm afraid I didn't make myself clear: Amarok writes both id3v1 and id3v2 tags, but the id3v2 tags have no content.


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 Re: Re: Re: Empty ID

 
 by arthur-kalm on: Feb 13 2006
 
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Try out kid3. I do all my tag editings through there. It's an extremely powerful program. http://kid3.sourceforge.net/ (should be in your distro's repo though)


Arthur Kalmenson
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