GQmpeg is a front end to various audio players, including mpg123, ogg123, and xmp
GQmpeg is a front end to various audio players, including mpg123, ogg123, and xmp. Also works with mpg321. It includes playlist support and is very configurable.
Here are some key features of "GQmpeg":
Playlists, with playlist editor.
Extensive support for options of mpg123.
ogg support (through ogg123).
mod support (through xmp).
radio tuner support through Video4Linux.
Shuffle, Repeat, and Repeat 1.
Shuffle and Repeat modes can be saved in a playlist.
Custom skins, including winamp skin support.
Built-in skin editor.
ID3 (v1) tag reading/writing support.
Ogg comment editor.
Basic file management (move/copy/rename/delete).
Drag and drop.
Command line control of playback (see GQmpeg --help).
GTK 1.2.0 (The Gimp Tool kit) GTK's homepage (FTP site)
gdk-pixbuf 0.7.0 (Image library) ftp.gnome.org
mpg123 0.59o www.mpg123.de (mp3)
Note: mpg123 0.59p or later required for streaming support.
ogg123 www.xiph.org (ogg)
xmp 2 xmp.helllabs.org (mod, etc.)
support through repeat
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