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KDE Sound Application

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Homepage:  http://amarok.kde.org/
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  87703
Submitted:  Jan 6 2004
Updated:  Aug 1 2011


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


* 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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 good way

 by polrus on: Nov 2 2006
Score 50%

i think that amarok has matured a lot. i remember i always liked the interface but constant freezes forced me to write "killall amarokapp" several times a day as I listen to mp3 all the time.
Now with those 1.4.x versions it has become a lot more stable.

Changing songs is a bit slow - so maybe this should be improved so when You have to find a song among 15 in the list just by listening to the first sounds You don't get frustrated.

Thx for Your good work

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 Rio Karma!

 by freefred on: Nov 2 2006
Score 50%

"With 1.4.4 comes basic support for the Rio Karma"..ah great great.
I will try now.
Many thanks, from my Karma also.


don't be agnostic, be something.
R. Frost

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 nice player with bug

 by sunnyboyfn on: Nov 4 2006
Score 50%

I really would like to move over to Amarok. But as long as Amaorak is not able to detect the song length of music files (mp3, ogg) properly I will use XMMS :-(

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 Re: nice player with

 by amigib on: Nov 4 2006
Score 50%

yep, you are right, problems exists

1. bad lenght, especialy with vbr mp3's and it really sucks

2. it is still easy to crash amarok, it hangs often when updating collection (sqlite)

3. using scroll to rewind/forward song is not working well

they need to work on it some more but it is still very good player, very addicting

Slackware Current
kernel 2.6.x

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 Miss my APE

 by rkoote on: Jan 2 2007
Score 50%

Amarok is still in my "almost there" list. With Amarok I'm not able to listen to my *.ape files. Besides this Amarok is great.

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 Amarok 1.4.4

 by josjoslyn on: Jan 6 2007
Score 50%

Until recently I was only an occasional user of Linux(RH, SuSe, Ubuntu, Fedora), my preferred platform is Mac OS X. Now in addition to the Mac I'm using Mandriva2007, and extremely happy with this distro. Unless you are an absolute "techno-freak" it offers - to my mind - the best user-friendly "way-in" to the Linux platform.

Anyway to my point, Multimedia had often been a failing aspect of all Linux distro's(and to be honest in some areas there is still quite a way to go). Amarok is the best of the bunch of the packages delivered with Mandriva, it is stable, quick, & look's good. I imported a 34GB music library from my Mac(after first of all creating a separate library then converting from AAC to MP3). It achieved this without a single problem, and my music immediately available.

Great work guys!!! .......... How do I get this to support my iPod?? (the only failing aspect)


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 Re: Amarok 1.4.4

 by mesman00 on: Jan 29 2007
Score 50%

it works great with ipod. check the amarok homepage and forums/faq.

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 still no realstreams

 by hds on: Feb 6 2007
Score 50%
www.soltaus. de

on AMD64 gentoo.

any clues why? nice to have for radiostations, that send via rtsp.

strange, because mplayer plays them fine, even without using win32codecs. AFAIK it used fmpeg/faad.

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