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UModPlayer is an open-source audio module player for UNIX operating systems. Here are some key features of "UModPlayer": · You ca
UModPlayer is an open-source audio module player for UNIX operating systems.
Here are some key features of "UModPlayer":
You can play the supported formats and seek to any order in the song. You have pause, timer, display, and other standard features.
You can view the pattern notes while playing.
Playlist support: you can create playlists, delete or move individual items in a playlist, import a playlist from the current directory contents, save a playlist and load a saved playlist...
You can specify any of the ModPlug options: noise reduction, megabass, surround, reverb sound options specifying the grade and the delay of most of the options.
You can export the audio data of a module to any of the supported formats (see below)
You can read and export to a file the song builtin message, the song instrument names and the song sample names.
Each user of your UNIX box can save all the sound options.
And much more!
LibAo: LibAo provides audio output for a lot of platforms.
LibModPlug >= 0.8 : LibModPlug is a high-quality module rendering library supporting dozens of formats. Note that you need at least the 0.8 version.
LibAiff >= 1.1 : LibAiff provides AIFF file support. Although LibAiff 1.1 will work, it's highly recommend to install at least the version 2.0.
What's New in This Release:
A manual page was written for umodplayer.
Code cleanup was done to improve clarity and maintainability.
The ability to delete and move the position of an arbitrary item in the playlist was added.
A new, much cleaner command interpreter was implemented.
It contains some new features such as the "!" and "!!" aliases.
The "Table widget" can be customized with three themes: classic, strong, and boxed.
Support for MOD files was added in the file info system.
The first letter of the command name is now used for playlist commands.
Also, pressing Enter does not quit, and the user has to explicitly specify it by pressing "q".
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