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Re: multimedia for lazy people :)

On Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 07:36:57AM +0000, Alban Browaeys wrote :
> Stevan Kanban <ojingo <at> nerim.net> writes:
> > My mother borned me quite lazy so i'm looking for an easy way (by console i
> mean) to listen to 
> > my cdrom music or my mp3 files. I 've got one a long time ago (it was able to
> write lists). May 
> For most format : ogg, mp3, au, wav ... moc is a great tool (sadly no in debian)
> if you are not afraid to compile (it does liek a charm).
> For cd players .... apt-cache search console cd player .
> Please report i haven t looked for one yet. I am still interested in your
> comments.
> Bonne journée !
> Alban
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I've tried more.
+cdcd: it's a command-line one for audio, very easy to use but i could not use it with the front-end juice.
+mpg123: it's also a command-line for mp3, a little bit more complicated but juice is designed for it.
+juice: it's just a front end. I could use only for mp3 (not audio).It doesn't show the current song.
+workbone: it's a light ncurses-style & ugly audio reader.
+mp3blaster: ncurses-style, good design and most powerfull to my point of view.
+cdplayer: i cannot get it. It should not be a debian package.
+zinf - zinf-extra: it occupies your screen and you wonder why because it seems to be quite poor.

I've passed trough quickly sothat i cannot give safe infos.
Now, i've chosen mp3blaster and cdcd. I mean to see it deeply later because i need to encode from audio to mp3, i want to 
test ogg, i would like to see if there's a suite and so on.
I hope i was clear enough.

Stevan Kanban

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