449 projects tagged "MP3"

Download Website Updated 18 May 2003 pjbvfs

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pjbvfs is a gnome-vfs method for accessing the contents of a Hango pjb-100 portable MP3 player.

Download Website Updated 12 Feb 2005 poc

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poc is an MP3 and OGG streamer that supports the HTTP (for OGG and MP3), RTP (RFC 2250 and RFC 3119) (for MP3 only), and FEC (for MP3 only) protocols. It can handle VBR streams, and comes with server and client programs that can all be used from the command line.

No download No website Updated 05 Oct 2012 puddletag

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puddletag is a tag editor for Linux loosely based on mp3tag. It uses a table layout so that all the tags you want to edit by hand are visible and easily editable. puddletag excels at automating repetitive tasks like extracting tag information from filenames, tagging files from a text file or the clipboard, renaming or moving files and folders based on tags by using patterns, and manipulating tags using actions and regular expressions. Supported formats include id3v1, id3v2 (.mp3), AAC (.m4a), VorbisComments (.ogg, .flac), and APEv2 (.ape). Much of mp3tag's functionality has been replicated with added enhancements and tweaks.

No download Website Updated 06 Dec 2005 pyLyRSS

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pyLyRSS fetches one or more RSS feeds and converts them to a lyrics format suitable for playing on MP3 players.

Download Website Updated 27 Jun 2005 pymad

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pymad is a Python module that allows Python programs to use the MPEG Audio Decoder library. It provides a high-level API which makes reading from MPEG audio streams a piece of cake.

No download Website Updated 12 Feb 2007 python_alsaplayer

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python_alsaplayer is a set of Python bindings for the alsaplayer libraries. These are intended to provide a minimal level of abstraction over the C libraries. Higher-level abstractions and functionality can then be written purely in Python. This module has dependencies on the boost and Python libraries.

No download No website Updated 01 Jul 2011 qTunes

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qTunes is a modular music player designed to be simple to install, configure, and use, with a small footprint for low-power systems. qTunes features an AJAX Web interface using Extjs, which can easily handle over 40000 tracks with searching and sorting. It supports multiple zones, allowing you to play different songs in different areas simultaneously. It can stream to Apple Airport devices, including synchronizing over multiple Airports. It uses the DAAP protocol to share music with iTunes. It uses the DACP protocol to allow the player to be remotely controlled by the Apple Remote.app available on iPhone and iPad. qTunes currently plays MP3 and MP4 only, but its modular design allows easy plugin of support for AAC and other formats.

Download Website Updated 25 Mar 2001 qdj

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A Qt-based application to control the GlobeCom Jukebox.

Download Website Updated 30 Jan 2001 qndmp3

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qndmp3 (the Quick and Dirty MP3 Player) is a Perl-based console MP3 player-frontend with playlist support.

Download Website Updated 21 Jul 2005 qplay

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qplay is a console music player frontend (for mpg123, mpg321, ogg123, etc.) that features a user-friendly inferface for managing a play- and queue-list and a module-like system for adding new file formats. It uses familiar vim key bindings. The playlist can be played in sequence or in shuffle mode while an extra queuelist has highest priority so that you can determine which song will be played next before returning back to sequence or shuffle mode. It also features efficient sort and randomization, custom key bindings, external control support, and support for MP3, Ogg, M3U, and FTP streams.

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