Lyricod is a server that simultaneously displays lyric .lrc files on screen as a song plays. Lyricod project uses MPRIS (DBUS for media player control) to communicate with the media player.
Therefore, it should work with a lot of different kind of media players. Lyricod should be compatable with any MPRIS enabled players. According to the MPRIS site, XMMS2, BMPx, VLC, Amarok, and Audacious should be MPRIS enabled.
Put your .lrc files into the song directory or ~/lyrics/ directory and start the program.
The .lrc file should have the same name as the song file except has .lrc as extension. Although lyricod can guess some but don't bet your house on its intelligence.
If you have python-gnome installed, some options will be saved into gconf. You can access the options at /apps/multimedia/lyricod/. (Hint: Use gconf-editor to access gconf settings.)
What's New in This Release:
· Proxies are supported for network access.
· Cookies are handled.
· An offset tag bug was fixed.
· Character encoding support and lyric matching were improved.
· A bug in which forward and rewind stopped working after the last line of the lyric displayed was fixed.