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jShuffle

jShuffle is a Java application which allows you to use your iPod Shuffle under GNU/Linux and many other operating systems. It features per song volume settings, start and stop time, play count, and sound check. This software will read and write the iTunesDB data stored on the iPod. It also supports the iTunesSD and iTunesShuffle data which are only in the iPod Shuffle.

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  •  24 Oct 2005 12:02

    Release Notes: A bug in which a new song was not playable has been fixed. Song filetype detection was added. jshuffle.sh can now be run from any directory. Excluding files is now allowed when shuffling. A new field was added: skip count/score. The score is equal to five times the playcount minus the skipcount. Sound check is now available in firmware 1.2. Replay gain may be automatically analyzed, but only MP3 is supported for this.

    •  15 Sep 2005 14:52

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

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