vitunes 2.2

A curses media indexer and player for vi users
vitunes is a curses-based music player and playlist manager for *NIX systems whose goals are:

1. a minimalistic appearance,
2. strong vi-like bindings,
3. quick playlist creation/management. vitunes does not strive to be a feature-rich media player, but rather a quick, vi-like media indexer and playlist manager, that just happens to be able to play the music it indexes.

Additionally, vitunes never needs write-access to anything outside of its work directory (default is ~/.vitunes/). It never touches/modifies anything outside of there and doesn't leave junk files anywhere.

Main features:

  • can create, modify, search, filter, and sort playlists in a quick, vi-like fashion.
  • doesn't need write-access to anything outside of ~/.vitunes/ (by default).
  • uses mplayer to play all media, so it can play anything mplayer can.
  • uses TagLib for meta-data extraction, so it supports any format it does (whichs is nearly everything).
  • can index non-files (things like URL's)...pretty much anything mplayer can play.
  • has an easily customizable display, including format & color

last updated on:
January 10th, 2011, 15:44 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Ryan Flannery
license type:
BSD License 
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio

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What's New in This Release:
  • This release adds no new functional features from version 2.1
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