Neformal is a small audio player with a file manager and the ability to play file by file. It can keep bookmarks for favorite directories. It can compute RMS statistics for 16 bit PCM WAVs. Song lyrics are supported (via lyricwiki.org). Drag and drop can be used to interact with other applications. ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags are handled flexibly. The charset for tags can be selected. There is a built-in viewer for images and text files. The output device can be selected.
|Tags||Audio music Players|
|Operating Systems||Linux Windows|
Release Notes: MP3 tag reader fixes. An HTML file viewer has been added.
Release Notes: This release features a lot of built-in file manager fixes and g++ 4.x compatiblity.
Release Notes: This release contains an adaptation to new http://lyricwiki.org rules. Now Neformal shows the song lyrics with your default Web browser.
Release Notes: This release has a few new features. The Regexp mode has been added for searching and replacing. The "Binary to decimal" function has been added. Other changes include more UI tweaks for small-screen devices, a UI redesign of the Tune page, and many fixes and small improvements (for example, all dynamic menus (such as Snippets or Scripts) can be torn off).
Release Notes: Sound effects support was added. The effects are provided by the backend. For example, the GStreamer backend has the 10-band equalizer and others. You can use them by creating effect chains, saving them as presets, and more. In the Win32 port, effects are currently disabled due to some instability issues. In other news, song information is displayed in a hint over the traybar, and some other small features and fixes were made.