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Exaile

Exaile
Screenshot of Exaile 0.3.2.0
Original author(s) Adam Olsen
Developer(s) Dustin Spicuzza, Johannes Sasongko, Mathias Brodala
Stable release 3.4.2 (November 9, 2014 (2014-11-09))
Preview release 3.4.0 Beta 2 (July 6, 2014 (2014-07-06))
Written in Python (PyGObject)
Operating system Unix-like; Mac OS X, Windows
Available in Multilingual
Type Audio player
License GNU General Public License
Website .org.exailewww

Exaile is a music player that was originally conceived to be similar in style and function to KDE's Amarok 1.4, but uses the GTK+ widget toolkit rather than Qt. It is written in Python and utilizes the GStreamer media framework.[1][2]

Exaile incorporates many features from Amarok (and other media players) like automatic fetching of album art, handling of large libraries, lyrics fetching, Last.fm support, advanced tag editing, and optional iPod and MSC device support via plugins.[3]

In addition, Exaile supports plugins that provide features such as ReplayGain support, an equalizer with presets,[4] previewing tracks via a secondary soundcard, and Moodbar integration.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Details of package Exaile in jaunty". Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  2. ^ Marinof, Mihai (2007-01-11). "Exaile Review".  
  3. ^ "Exaile – Music Player for Gtk+". Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
  4. ^ "Exaile - The Linux Music Player of Awesomeness". Retrieved 2009-10-11. 
Notes
  • Review: Exaile Media Player, linux.com

External links

  • Official website
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