added OPUS and TAK support in the static build (via ffmpeg)
DeaDBeeF (probably the closest equivalent to foobar2000 for Linux) has just received some significant updates:Changes in 0.6.0 include: - New GUI layout design mode - Visualisation support - new API for creating GUI extension plugins - lots more: see the changelog in the link belowhttp://deadbeef.sourceforge.net/posts/dead...6.0_is_out.html
very nice!not to be too ignorant, but how much work would be needed to make this work on mac?i saw the faq said 'no' about planned ports, but i assume porting linux apps to mac is easier than windows, maybe not.at least it is open source
I can almost reproduce my foobar layout with it now.
I'm missing a custom tabs container I can fill with components like a list of playlists and a dropdown box for playlist modes.
From what I saw, we only currently have tabs for playlists, I prefer having a list. A condensed "info" list with all tags and path for currently selected/playing file(s). Also, unless I missed it, a media library would be nice.
I meant playback modes, as in "default/shuffle/repeat/repeat all".
Is a music library function (including directory monitoring) also planned?
Quote from: SpaceAgeHero on 25 December, 2013, 07:08:54 AMIs a music library function (including directory monitoring) also planned?That's the one feature I am missing. I am using Clementine on Linux (Ubuntu) and the Google player on Android, but would consider switching if that's implemented.
I just installed 0.6.1 and its looking very good! I think its finally time to replace audacious
Layout saving and import is on the list for 0.6.2:http://code.google.com/p/ddb/issues/detail...Summary%20OpSys