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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:  87534
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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 Classic-haters?

 
 by trink on: Jul 31 2006
 
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Are amarok-developers classic-haters?

Currently amarok isn't fully useable for me? How can I view my collection sorted by composers?


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 Re: Classic-haters?

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jul 31 2006
 
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i've solved amarok problem by writing my own kde media player :)


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 Re: Re: Classic-haters?

 
 by mebrelith on: Jul 31 2006
 
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NLAA


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Omnia mutantur, nihil interit - Everything changes, nothing is truly lost

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 Re: Re: Re: Classic-

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Jul 31 2006
 
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WTF?


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 Re: Classic-haters?

 
 by mebrelith on: Jul 31 2006
 
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Should just say RTM, but... do a right click at the columns (you know where title, artist and such are)... select show columns->composer and then just click on it to sort it. Easy!


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 Re: Re: Classic-haters?

 
 by trink on: Jul 31 2006
 
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What are you speaking about?
I've amarok 1.4.1 and I am speaking about the left column, where you have only some predefined views like artist, artist/album or where you can created your own (3-level)view and choose between artist, album, album-year, genre and year.
But there is unfortunately no composer!


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 Re: Re: Re: Classic-

 
 by Ekardnam on: Aug 26 2006
 
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Well, there actually is:
Group By > First Level > Composer


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 PRoblem

 
 by wrk200 on: Jul 31 2006
 
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I have a problem. My mp3s from the playlist are dissapearaing. I mean when I restart the computer many last mp3s from the playlist are disappearing.


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 Re: PRoblem

 
 by eean on: Sep 5 2006
 
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This problem should be resolved in 1.4.3.

Or just quit Amarok before closing KDE.


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 Configure on Kubuntu

 
 by zarquad on: Aug 2 2006
 
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No matter what I do I can't seem to figure how to ./configure successfully. Sanity check?

configure: error: C++ preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check

Arg. I know lots of iTunes people and the library sharing feature would be useful.


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 Re: Configure on Kub

 
 by zarquad on: Aug 6 2006
 
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Cannot compile amarok on Kubuntu. Reason= installing fam libfam0 and libfam-dev removes gamin which then removes KDE itself. I am unable to compile amarok on KDE. Solution?


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 Re: Re: Configure on

 
 by girlienerd on: Aug 11 2006
 
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Try running "apt-get build-dep amarok" before compiling. I also had to install ruby as well as libgpod-dev for iPod support.


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 Long startup time

 
 by gunnicom on: Sep 6 2006
 
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I have a startuptime from about 25 seconds wit amarok 1.4.2 on KDE 3.5.4 and only a few mp3s in my collection and/or playlist (only about 10, because i am in testing stage ;) )
My Environment should not be the problem, although its not the bleeding edge:
AMD AthlonXP 1800
756 MB RAM
Kubuntut Dapper 6.0.6 with latest KDE.

Does anybody else have this problem?
Can i do something to improve this?


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 slackers

 
 by ell4iot on: Sep 7 2006
 
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No version for Slackware?


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 Score

 
 by cbg on: Sep 12 2006
 
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In my opinion, Amarok is the best application on KDE-Apps.org.

Its score of 80+% isn't right. I think it should be over 95%.

Keep up the great development work!


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 Re: Score

 
 by Timmmm on: Sep 14 2006
 
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It's good, but it's just too slow and buggy for my use. Specifically:

Slowness:
* Next track takes on the order of 300 ms - way too slow.
* Scrolling through the KHTML Lyrics/Context bits is painful. You can watch as it renders.

Bugs:
* It freezes with ridiculous frequency. Don't know what causes it but it surely can't be one bug. It just froze by me dragging a track from one place to another.
* What's worse is that if it freezes without you noticing, the music stops normally. Naturally you think 'damn hidden tracks' and press your next-track shortcut key, only to have amarok grab the keyboard and block all keypresses! Nothing is more annoying than having to write 'killall amarokapp' without the keyboard!

Juk would be ideal if it had automatic lyrics getting, and the search was fast. One day I shall find the ideal music player.


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 Re: Re: Score

 
 by cbg on: Sep 15 2006
 
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Thanks for your comments.

I guess I use Amarok differently. I don't try to rearrange tracks so it hardly ever crashes on me.

If you need to kill a process without using the keyboard, I highly recommend 'KPS'. It's available here on KDE-Apps.

You could always try Rhythmbox, but I prefer Amarok. Kaffeine is also looking pretty good these days.

IMO, Amarok is one of the best things since sliced bread.


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 Re: Re: Re: Score

 
 by seb on: Oct 25 2006
 
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Thanks for the support :)

FWIW, Scores on kde-apps.org depreciate without a constant stream of updates, so it can be a little difficult to keep up on the 80-90% score mark :).


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 Re: Score

 
 by amdfanatyk on: Sep 29 2006
 
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it's crap and it should go under 50%


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 Re: Re: Score

 
 by cbg on: Sep 30 2006
 
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Why don't you like Amarok?

I've been a programmer for years and I think they've done a good job.


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 Re: Re: Re: Score

 
 by polrus on: Nov 2 2006
 
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because he want's to promote his player that nobody uses


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