Autogg 0.6.0

Autogg is an Ogg player that categorizes music independently of the catalog structure.
Autogg is an Ogg player that categorizes music independently of the catalog structure. Autogg started as a music player that also sorted your music and presented it in a nice list based on albums, like a jukebox. Originally it played files of the ogg vorbis format but now it has support for more formats.

Now it is sorting both mp3 and ogg files, but the playback is done by xmms, or you can use drag and drop with other players.

How to use the player (dedicated to ted)

1: click the scan button over the list to the right, select a directory wich includes .ogg files.

Tip: select / directory to get all the .ogg files in your system

2: Click on the start scan button, wait till the directory tree show up in the list.

3: Doubleclick on a track to add it to the playlist, the track will then be played when it's time

Requirements:

· A linux pc, it probably works with other posix compliant systems as well, but that is not tested yet.
· This dependency list is not 100% complete yet (i think), but it should contain the most important ones.
· xmms
· recent version of id3lib
· recent version of libogg
· recent version of libvorbis
· recent version of libvorbisfile
· gtk+-2.6 or newer

What's New in This Release:

· it is now possible to delete from the playlist
· icon
· Session saving

last updated on:
July 21st, 2006, 7:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
autogg.sourceforge.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
developed by:
Magnar J. Grødem
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
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