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Audacious

Description: An audio-player for AmiCygnix based on XMMS
Download: audacious.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 13Mb
Version: 3.2r4
Date: 19 Mar 13
Author: Audacious Development Team <http://audacious-media-player.org> - OS4 port by Edgar Schwan
Submitter: Edgar Schwan
Email: eds at rz-online de
Homepage: http://www.schwan-clan.de
Requirements: AmigaOS 4.1, AmiCygnix V1.2
Category: audio/play
Replaces: audio/play/audacious.lha
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 7811
 
 
Comments: 5
Snapshots: 3
Downloads: 224  (Current version)
568  (Accumulated)
Votes: 0 (0/0)  (30 days/7 days)

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Audacious is a free advanced audio player for Linux and many other
UNIX-compatible systems. It focuses on low resource usage, high audio quality,
and support for a wide range of audio formats. It was originally based on Beep
Media Player, which was in turn based on XMMS.

This is the fourth upload of the package, which solves problems with the
keyboard support.

Homepage: http://audacious-media-player.org


New in this release
-------------------

  * Keyboard layouts that do not conform to ISO-8859-1 standard (eg Polish or
    Greek keyboards) are now better supported.

    This includes support for dead keys. For a complete support of dead keys,
    the installation of AmiCygnix 1.3 (or better) is mandatory!


Features:
---------

  * Support of many audio and playlist formats.

  * The sound output can be redirected into a file.

  * Creation of playlists through a search plug-in.

  * Live sound effects.

  * Selectable GTK+ or WinAMP interface.

  * Useful plug-ins e.g. for the display of lyrics or an alarm clock.

  * Streaming through HTTP or FTP.


Included plug-ins:
------------------

  a) playlist import/export

     * "asx"   (ASXv1/ASXv2 playlist format)
     * "audpl" (Audacious playlist format)
     * "cue"   (Cue sheet format)
     * "m3u"   (M3U playlist format)
     * "pls"   (PLS playlist format - e.g. for shoutcast radio)
     * "xspf"  (XML shareable playlist format)

  b) effects

     * "bs2b"          (bauer stereophonic to binaural)
     * "compressor"    (dynamic range compressor)
     * "crossfade"
     * "crystalizer"
     * "echo"
     * "mixer"         (channel mixer)
     * "resample"      (sample rate converter)
     * "sndstretch"    (soundstretch)
     * "stereo"        (extra Stereo)
     * "voice_removal" (removes voices)

  c) general (most plug-ins not enabled by default)

     * "alarm"
     * "albumart"    (shows covers separately)
     * "gtkui"       (GTK+ user interface)
     * "lyricwiki"   (shows lyrics using lyrics.wikia.com)
     * "scrobbler"   (Last.FM)
     * "search-tool" (for scanning and searching through large music
                      collections)
     * "skins"       (WinAMP user interface)
     * "song_change" (launches external programme on certain events)
     * "statusicon"  (adds a status icon to the panel)

  d) input

     * "aac" (MP4 AAC decoder)
          formats:
            "m4a", "mp4", "aac"

     * "adplug" (AdLib sound player)
          formats:
            "a2m", "adl", "amd", "bam", "cff", "cmf", "d00", "dfm", "dmo",
            "dro", "dtm", "hsc", "hsp", "ins", "jbm", "ksm", "laa", "lds", "m",
            "mad", "mkj", "msc", "rad", "raw", "rix", "rol", "s3m", "sa2",
            "sat", "sci", "sng", "wlf", "xad", "xsm"

     * "console" (game console music decoder)
          formats:
            "ay", "gbs", "gym", "hes", "kss", "nsf", "nsfe", "sap", "spc",
            "vgm", "vgz"

     * "flacng" (FLAC audio decoder)
          formats:
            "flac", "fla"

     * "madplug" (MP3 decoder)
          formats:
            "mp3", "mp2", "mp1", "bmu"

     * "metronom" (tact generator)

     * "modplug" (ModPlug sound player)
          formats:
            "amf", "ams", "dbm", "dbf", "dsm", "far", "mdl", "stm", "ult",
            "mt2", "mod", "s3m", "dmf", "umx", "it", "669", "xm", "mtm",
            "psm", "ft2"

     * "psf2" (OpenPSF PSF1/PSF2)
          formats:
            "psf", "minipsf", "psf2", "minipsf2", "spu", "spx"

     * "sndfile" (soundfile library)
          formats:
            "aiff", "au", "raw", "wav", "avr", "caf", "flac", "htk", "iff",
            "mat", "paf", "pvf", "sds", "sf", "w64", "xi", "fla"

     * "tonegen" (tone generator)

     * "vorbis" (ogg vorbis decoder)
          formats:
            "ogg", "ogm", "oga"

     * "vtx" (vortex audio decoder)
          formats:
            "vtx"

     * "xsf" (2SF audio decoder)
          formats:
            "2sf", "mini2sf"

  e) output

     * "filewriter" (saves a sound into a WAV, MP3, Vorbis or a FLAC file
                     instead of playing it)
     * "sdl"        (plays a sound using the SDL library)
     * "null"       (does nothing)

  f) transport

     * "neon"    (protocols: http, https, ftp, ftps)
     * "unix-io" (filesystem)

  g) visualization

     * "blur_scope"
     * "cairo-spectrum"


Hints:
------

  * The easiest way to call a shoutcast broadcast station, is to download the
    corresponding playlist (PLS format) from the shoutcast homepage
    (http://www.shoutcast.com) and import the list in Audacious.

  * If there is a JPEG or PNG image file in the same directory as the sound
    file, the image is displayed as a cover image while playing the sound file.
    Filenames with "album", "cover", "front" or "folder" are preferred.


Known problems:
---------------

  * If Audacious is launched in a workbench window, the iconify gadget of this
    window is deactivated. The current version of Audacious doesn't work
    correctly, when the display is iconified.


Installation:
-------------

  The X11 environment AmiCygnix version 1.2 (or higher) must be installed
  before! AmiCygnix is available on OS4-depot (http://os4depot.net).

  To install the package, just click on the "Install"-icon. The data will be
  installed into the AmiCygnix package. Afterwards you can find the programs in
  "Cygnix:Software/Audacious-3.2". To launch the program doubleclick on
  "Start_Audacious_Desktop.bat" or "Start_Audacious_Standalone.bat".


Donations
---------

  If you like to support my work, you can make a donation by using paypal:

   http://www.schwan-clan.de/amiga/Donate.html

  Thanks!


Thanks to...
------------

  ... Hans Verkuil for his initial port of X11R6.3 to OS 3.x
  ... V. Kostopoulos (idea and beta test)
  ... Thomas Blatt (icons and beta test)
  ... Michael Christoph (beta test)
  ... Guillaume Boesel, Costantino Damilakis and Krzysztof Sowinski
      for their help while fixing the dead key and keyboard layout problems.


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