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DeaDBeeF player 0.4.2 is available, complete support for WavPack on Linux!
bryant
post Oct 20 2010, 20:04
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I have been contributing a little bit to this nice player, and it now has full support for WavPack on Linux:
  • cue sheets
  • ReplayGain
  • all integer and float data types
  • multichannel
  • correction files
  • embedded cover art

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Thanks, Alexey! smile.gif

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post Oct 23 2010, 00:09
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Nice, will give it a spin on Maverick Meerkat.


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post Oct 23 2010, 00:30
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Thanx alot. I recently started using Linux on my desktop, and while I like some things better than Windows what is really lacking is a good audio player. Despite the many options available, nothing comes close to foobar2000.


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post Oct 23 2010, 14:37
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Deadbeef, Exaile, Clementine, Banshee, Audacious...

It's awesome to see that there is a lot of competition between great media players on Linux again. A few years ago, Amarok was the only one with this level of features.


QUOTE (hödyr @ Oct 23 2010, 01:30) *
Thanx alot. I recently started using Linux on my desktop, and while I like some things better than Windows what is really lacking is a good audio player. Despite the many options available, nothing comes close to foobar2000.

I totally agree with you, but I still have hope that in a few years, we will have a great, open source and multiplatform audio player to replace foobar2000.

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post Oct 23 2010, 14:56
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QUOTE (dutch109 @ Oct 23 2010, 15:37) *
I still have hope that in a few years, we will have a great, open source and multiplatform audio player to replace foobar2000.


In a sort of sarcastic tone: People should stop buying anything iApple for that to happen.
(the "multiplatform" part is self-evident why Apple is against it,
next, open-source is only endorsed by Apple when Apple directly benefits from it (Webkit, BSD,...),
and the "great audio-player" part... The moment it starts being important, it may get a "duplicates an OS feature" tag.)
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post Nov 19 2010, 22:25
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QUOTE (hödyr @ Oct 22 2010, 15:30) *
Thanx alot. I recently started using Linux on my desktop, and while I like some things better than Windows what is really lacking is a good audio player. Despite the many options available, nothing comes close to foobar2000.

If you are not satisfied with any of the *nix players then foobar2000 works almost perfectly well under recent Wine. I've tested with standard GUI and lots of plugins. Converter as well (you need the windows versions of the commandline encoders for that, available from Rarewares and others). The only thing I found that don't work are CD player, that simply don't work, and the context menu option "open containing folder" that crashes the player. Otherwise it's fine...
As *nix players goes aqualung and deadbeef shows promising tendencies. But foobar2000 is the only windows programs I use these days, so it's nice it works swell under Wine. EAC I replaced with rubyripper (with wavpack as custom encoder).



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post Feb 8 2011, 19:26
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There is now an early alpha Android version of DeaDBeeF available. I tried it out on my wife's Droid X and it seems pretty stable, and gapless worked (at least with WavPack).

Also, the Linux version is up to 0.4.4.

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post Feb 8 2011, 20:30
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Tried DeaDBeeF Android on my HD2 running DarkStone SuperRAM Froyo v1.5 - imports lossy.flac files into the playlist when you select the relevant folder but does not play them [edit2] and plays them perfectly - needed to reboot the phone.... [/edit2]. I like the simple UI.

If possible, could the Album be added to the text showing the Artist underneath the Track Name in the playlist?

[edit] ROM Version correction. [/edit]

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post Feb 8 2011, 20:57
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QUOTE (Nick.C @ Feb 8 2011, 20:30) *
Tried DeaDBeeF Android on my HD2 running DarkStone SuperRAM Froyo v1.5 - imports lossy.flac files into the playlist when you select the relevant folder but does not play them. I like the simple UI.

If possible, could the Album be added to the text showing the Artist underneath the Track Name in the playlist?

[edit] ROM Version correction. [/edit]



hey Nick. i'm the author of the deadbeef player.. not sure what do you mean by lossy flac.. also, HD2 -- isn't it running windows CE or something?

regarding your UI question -- current gui in alpha build is a placeholder, will be completely re-created from scratch in official release. i hope to make playlist customizable to some extent.
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post Feb 8 2011, 21:17
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Thanks for the prompt response. I have Android running off the SD card (see here for details).

By lossy.flac, I mean audio processed using lossyWAV that is then losslessly encoded in FLAC.


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post Feb 8 2011, 21:50
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QUOTE (Nick.C @ Feb 8 2011, 11:30) *
Tried DeaDBeeF Android on my HD2 running DarkStone SuperRAM Froyo v1.5 - imports lossy.flac files into the playlist when you select the relevant folder but does not play them. I like the simple UI.

Hmm. I just tried both lossy.wv and lossy.flac without any trouble. Do you have any trouble with regular flac files?
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post Feb 8 2011, 22:05
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Apologies - a reboot of the phone fixed it - working well now! Thanks - this ROM doesn't support FLAC natively - now I have access to my lossy.FLAC files.


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post Mar 12 2011, 23:35
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I've found that wavpack playback will hang deadbeef 0.4.4 after 10 to 20 minutes if you use the lucid version from the launchpad ppa. If you experience this problem just use the binary from the deadbeef website which appears unaffected.
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post Mar 12 2011, 23:59
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Very good Bryant!
Now there's only missing support in Audacity and K3B out-of-the-box support (not through ffmpeg)...
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post Sep 14 2011, 20:49
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Great player! Works fine as standalone application in my Ubuntu 11. Gapless playback, upsampler plugin, file browser etc. Perfect! smile.gif
Last version is 0.5.1

Thanks, Alexey and Bryant!
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post Sep 14 2011, 21:29
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QUOTE (Mr_Rabid_Teddybear @ Nov 19 2010, 22:25) *
If you are not satisfied with any of the *nix players then foobar2000 works almost perfectly well under recent Wine.


Not true. I've used pretty much every Ubuntu, currently on the 11.10 beta, and each of them crashes with Foobar.

Most problems are with the listboxes in the media library - they don't refresh correctly, and eventually crash the app. I used to have a problem with conversion too where all the files created had null samples throughout, but I haven't seen that.

Either way, I can't reliably use FB for converting my files to single flac per-album with embedded cue, so I use XP in a VM instead.

Am I doing something wrong?
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post Sep 15 2011, 02:45
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Different wine versions have different problems. It might be better to stick with one that is most stable. I used 1.1.26 for a long time.


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post Sep 15 2011, 22:42
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QUOTE (bryant @ Oct 21 2010, 08:04) *
I have been contributing a little bit to this nice player, and it now has full support for WavPack on Linux:
  • cue sheets
  • ReplayGain
  • all integer and float data types
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Thanks, Alexey! smile.gif

David


I missed this player when I was on the look out, just installed a fresh Ubuntu, I am using XBMC and Winamp 2.81 but deadbeef sounds good, look foward to your future code on the project bryant
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post Sep 16 2011, 14:01
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QUOTE (seanyseansean @ Sep 14 2011, 22:29) *
Am I doing something wrong?
I use Ubuntu 8.04 x64 (at work, I have Win7 at home) with default Wine version and Foobar 0.9.6.9 and it works normally. Except when I once changed the system date/time while the playback was running - it made the playback halt (playback just wouldn't advance) - until I rebooted the entire OS.

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post Mar 25 2012, 19:33
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0.5.2 is out: http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net/posts/dead...5.2_is_out.html
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post Mar 25 2012, 20:26
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Thank you. I really enjoy Deadbeef a lot. Both on my Ubuntu and Android. Regards.
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