Internet Radio Browser¶ This browser lets you listen to Internet radio stations (a.k.a. streaming audio or Shoutcast). It supports MP3 and Ogg Vorbis streaming, and may support other formats (AAC or RealMedia) if you have appropriate GStreamer plugins installed.
The Internet Radio view shows a list of genres on the left side of the screen. You can then choose from a multitude of radio stations within the right side of the screen. The Audio Feeds view lets you add custom internet audio feeds.
The Playlists Browser, like many other browsers, listens to changes in your library. This means that any changes in tags will be reflected in the song list for each. Playlist entries are indexed by file path though, so any changes of name or directory will remove a song from its playlists (There are, however, discussions to changes this: Issue 708).
Quod Libet is based on GTK+ and written in Python, and uses the Mutagen tagging library. Ex Falso is the stand-alone tag-editing app (no audio) based on the same code and libraries. Quod Libet is very scalable, able to handle libraries with tens of thousands of songs with ease.
Quod Libet was released with some dependency changes, a lot of fixes and minor new features: Allow resizing of panes in PanedBrowser; Add UI for plugin type filtering; Add accelerators for “Open Browser” Menu; Add –start-hidden and remove visibility restoring from the tray icon; Allow != operator in search; And more, see the changelog for details.
Quod Libet is a Gapless GTK+-based audio player written in Python. Its designed around the idea that you know how to organize your music better than we do. It lets you make playlists based on regular expressions (dont worry, regular searches work too).
Quod Libet is a GTK+-based audio player written in Python, using the Mutagen tagging library. It’s designed around the idea that you know how to organize your music better than we do.
Kategorie: MP3 & Audio Software
Quod Libet, Release 3.7 Fig. 1.2: The album browser, giving a visual anchor for a large library Fig. 1.3: Quod Libet’s queue in action, and its handling of multiple browser windows Fig. 1.4: The powerful and feature-rich tag editor interface, shared by Quod Libet and Ex Falso, that gives you the freedom to tag your music how you see ﬁt 4 Chapter 1.
Unlike some, Quod Libet will scale to libraries with tens of thousands of songs. It also supports most of the features you’d expect from a modern media player: Unicode support, advanced tag editing, Replay Gain, podcasts & internet radio, album art support and all major audio formats – see the screenshots.