PlaybaK 0.0.8

A media player for KDE4

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What's new in PlaybaK 0.0.6:

  • Collection - up to now it can look for files and organize them by itself, you can't manage the files yet and it might not show some found musics it found.
  • Improved multimedia information - KDE Media Player saves the picture of the artist so it won't donload it all the time and it can also be shown in other places like system tray's icon tooltip
  • Czech and Portuguese(European) languages available (French comming soon) - media information page will look for information in your language (Czech or Portuguese)
  • Some bug fixes (lyrics editor now works)
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Gil Castro
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
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PlaybaK (previously known as KDE Media Player) is a combination of the best functions of several multimedia players and is capable of playing music and videos

How to add timed lyrics
1. Search the lyrics
2. Open the music on PlaybaK
3. Right click the music in the playlist and click "Edit lyrics..."
4. Paste the lyrics you found.
Hard way:
5. Do the same for each line: move the cursor to the line, set its time
Easier way:
5. Click "Save", play the music and press record button located in the middle top box (you should see the lyrics on it, if you don't, double click the song).
6. Click the bottom of the box when someone says the next line.
7. Click save button once you're done
8. Disable record mode pressing the button again
9. Double click the music in the playlist and enjoy
(later it will be possible to download timed lyrics)

How to run PlaybaK without using source code (for 64 bit users) (this way requires KDE 4.4.2)
1. Download the file 64bit_executable.tar.gz and extract its file
2. Open Dolphin (or another file manager) in the folder where you extracted the file
3. Right click the file and then click "Properties"
4. Go to "Permissions" page
5. Check "Is executable"
6. Press OK
7. Open the file
8. PlaybaK should open, if it doesn't, make sure you have KDE 4.4.2

How to add files to playlist
Under playlist theres a box with 4 buttons, you should see on the right side of it "0 Media", click the first button on the left and select the files you want to play.

Last updated on September 1st, 2011


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