Marlin 0.9 review

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Marlin is a sample editor for Gnome 2

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
File size: 0K
Developer: Iain Holmes
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Marlin is a sample editor for Gnome 2. It uses GStreamer for file operations and for recording and playback, meaning it can handle a great number of formats and work with most sound systems.

Here are some key features of "Marlin":
Can load from a large number of media formats (.mp3, .ogg, .wav, .au, .flac, .mpg, .avi...)
Can save to many formats (.mp3, .wav, .au, .ogg, .flac...) and use the Gnome-Media profiles
Can handle large files with no problems
Handles cut, copy, paste, replace and mix operations
Infinite levels of Undo/Redo and everything should be undoable
Fully Gnome 2 HIG compliant
Can record from a variety of sources (ALSA, OSS, esd, arts)
Can extract audio from CDs (with optional musicbrainz lookup)
Gnome-VFS support
Horizontal and Vertical scaling
Uses GStreamer

This application requires GTK+ version 2.4.x.
Other dependencies include: GStreamer 0.8.9 GSt-Plugins 0.8.9

What's New in This Release:
Fixes dumb build bugs

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