Re: mp3 player application
On Sun, 5 Oct 1997, Marcus Brinkmann wrote:
> On Sat, Oct 04, 1997 at 02:18:18PM -0400, Paul Miller wrote:
> > I'm looking for a MP3 player which has the following features:
> > * for Linux
> > * play lists
> > * shuffle and repeat
> > * view/edit MP3 tags
> > * fade in/out
> > * play two songs at once (one fading in while the other fades out)
> > * preferabably X-based (writen in C/C++ .. NOT Tcl/Tk)
> > * general controls (play,stop,fast forward,rewind,next/previous
> > track,pause)
> > * displays time remaining and/or elapsed
> > * AWE64 GOLD support
> never! (BTW: drop the GOLD, it has nothing to do with AWE64, but with the
> add-ons like Cubasis Audio etc.) This is because Creative Labs sees no
> market for Linux, and they do not support it. In fact, the 32 additional
> voices are software generated (WaveGuideSynthese), means: additional
> processor load, no driver for other systems than systems supported by
> Creative Labs.
well, what would be the absolute *BEST* sound card for Linux for playing
MP3s through a stereo (plus L/R RCA output)?
> > * looks pretty and is easy to use
> > If none exists... someone should make it!
> Perhaps you?
aahh shit, that means I need to learn C (which I've been wanting to for
about 6 years now). Well, maybe a project like this would give me a good
reason to learn.
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