Randomplay allows you to play your music collection in random order with a memory of songs played preserved across sessions, so you don't "lose your place" if you have to shut down. It also has many features to make command-line music playing more convenient, including recursive regexp searching for tracks and the ability to specify a certain number of tracks, bytes, or minutes to play. It can also generate a list of music files to be loaded onto a portable music player device.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: New keystrokes for pausing and displaying all available keystrokes while playing were added. UTF-8 output for MP3 tags can now be disabled. A bug that prevented randomplay from working with sox was fixed. The documentation was improved.
Release Notes: Randomplay now announces new tracks using xosd, if available. Several minor bugs have been fixed and documentation improved.
Release Notes: This release includes adaptive filtering, so that your favorite songs are more likely to come up in the random shuffle. Several new customizable options have been added, including the ability to include any list of arbitrary file extensions, as well as arbitrary 'players' to use on those extensions. The documentation has been expanded and improved with several new examples.
No changes have been submitted for this release.