Cjukebox is a curses-based player and manager for audio files and playlists. Its user interface was inspired by the Norton Commander for DOS. It does not rely on a separate database application. Playback is handled by the Musicus tool, which plays all audio formats supported by xmms (wav, Ogg, MP3, Flac, MPC, etc.).
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Two playlists can now be edited simultaneously, making it possible to copy songs from one to the other.
Release Notes: The two main windows are now fully independent and can be used for either file browsing or playlist editing. The width of the two windows can be dynamically changed by the user using shifted cursor keys.
Release Notes: The version represents a complete redesign and features an improved user interface and the ability to make use of tags embedded in the audio files.
Release Notes: Addition of hotkeys for up 10 playlists, support for "good" and "bad" playlists (songs in the bad list can suppressed from being played again, and songs in the goodlist can be remembered to be looked at a later time), a hook for an external info script to convey information about the currently-playing song, better modulariztion, and code cleanups.
Release Notes: Support has been added for lirc so that cjukebox can be used with a remote control. There are better diagnostics for "musicus" problems.