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Ogg Vorbis
Ogg vorbis is a fully open, non-proprietary, patent and royalty free compressed audio format for high quality (44.1-48.0kHz, 16+ bit, polyphonic) audio and music and fixed and variable bitrates from 16 to 128 kbps/channel. This puts Vorbis in the same class as audio representations including MPEG-1, audio layer 3, MPEG-s audio (AAC and TwinVQ) and PAC. Vorbis can both encode and decode as a single pass, real-time stream, and requires roughly the same encoding and decoding power as mp3. We anticipate that it will get faster as time goes on. Ogg vorbis uses the Ogg bitstream format; the correct extension is .ogg. Ogg vorbis was created because mp3 is not truly free: MPEG consortium members claim you cannot create an mp3 encoder without infringing on their patents.
OggEnc
* OggEnc is now part of 'Vorbis-tools'. OggEnc is a flexible and fully featured command line encoder for the Ogg Vorbis format. It is the official command line encoder for Ogg Vorbis, a high quality audio codec from xiph.org.
Ondine
Ondine is an audio player with two possible front ends:
  • GTK+ graphical user interface
  • Terminal user interface
The latter has restricted capabilities. There is no support for libraries (you can only play files and folders given in arguments). Features:
  • Gapless playback
  • Splitting of a file into virtual tracks, if a cue sheet is available
Particularities:
  • There is deliberately no tag edition feature, to avoid the risk of modifying files by accident.
  • The presentation is album oriented: global information (artist, album, and date) is not repeated for each track, but displayed in a header instead.
  • Besides alphabetical order, libraries content can be displayed in chronological order of albums and artists (based on the date of their albums). This is the default behaviour.
OpenKJ
Open source cross-platform karaoke hosting software targeted at professional karaoke DJs
Opmuse
A web application to play, organize and share your music library.
POE
Poe is a Vorbis comment editor. It tries to follow the Vorbis comment header specification closely, while being convenient and flexible to use. Therefore, it doesn't have a static 'form' style interface; instead, it has an editable table of comments. The contents of the table change dependent upon preference settings, and what comments are in the ogg file you are editing. Other features include the ability to have multiple Artist, Performer, and Genre fields; a flexible choice of comment fields to edit; and the ability to edit of all the comment fields in a file, not just the ones Poe is aware of.
Paraslash
The paraslash package contains server and client software for network audio streaming and stand-alone utilities for decoding and playing audio files.
PhpMp
'phpMp' (PHP Music Player) is a Web interface for Music Player Daemon (MPD) written in PHP. It's an uncluttered, easy-to-use method of playing music on a remote computer. It is great for offices and home entertainment centers.
Pitchfork
pitchfork is a Web interface to MPD. It provides list-style browsing and searching of the library. It allows the user to adjust the volume and position, crop and remove songs from the playlist, move multiple items at once, and change server settings (random/repeat/xfade/outputs/update DB). It also provides a quick add function and supports album art and lyrics.
Plait
Plait (pronounced "play") is a new way to find and play music from the command line. It understands brief, easy to type queries that pick a single song, mix queries that combine works from multiple artists, and stream queries that find Shoutcast radio streams. A variety of filters are available to pick just the music you want. In order to actually play the music it finds, Plait hands off a play list to one of the supported music players.
Pragha
Pragha is is a lightweight GTK+ music manager that aims to be fast, bloat-free, and light on memory consumption. Some of the features are:
  • Library management using SQLlite 3
  • Multiple views
  • OSD support with Libnotify
  • Tag Editing
  • Last.fm submission
  • Playlist management (M3U Exporting)
  • DBUS management interface
Prokyon3
prokyon3 is a multithreaded music manager and tag editor. It can access MP3, Ogg, and FLAC files on hard disk, CDROM, SMB, and NFS. Files can be played using XMMS or other players. The file view is customizable and favorite artists are supported. prokyon3 also offers an editor for ID3 and Ogg tags and has been designed to support tagging large quantities of files.
Pucko
Pucko is an ncurses music player that currently supports the MikMod MOD MOD, Timidity MIDI, Ogg Vorbis, and MP3 formats.
Pyao
'pyao' is a set of Python bindings for Xiph.org's libao, a cross-platform audio output library.
QueryXmms
Query Xmms (qxmms) is a small command line application that queries XMMS about what it is currently doing. It is useful for writing scripts that react to the status of XMMS.
Quod Libet
Quod Libet is a music player with flexible library management. Ex Falso is a library manager for users who prefer their existing music player. Rather than categorize songs only by genre, artist, and album, Quod Libet lets you sort, search and display them however you want. Additionally it supports editing music tags and metadata. It supports regular searches, regular expression searches, automatic tagging via MusicBrainz and CDDB, tag editing, album cover display, ReplayGain, multimedia keys, an OSD, and plugin support for extra functionality. Ex Falso provides the same features for library management.
Ripit
'ripit' is a program for ripping, encoding, and tagging MP3s, and needs no user intervention. It is a wrapper for lame, flac, oggvorbis, dagrab, cdparanoia, and others.
Rockbox
Rockbox is free software replacement firmware for various digital music players.
Shn2make
'shn2make' works with shn audio files and the make program to automate burning CD-Rs and encoding mp3 and ogg files. It looks for an .nfo or .txt file, attempts to interpret the song names, CD listing (and other things according to the most common .nfo file formats), checks MD5 checksums, and, if everything makes sense, outputs the text of a Makefile. The output Makefile fully automates the processing of the set of shn files.
SnackAmp
'SnackAmp' is a multi-platform audio file and streaming music (MP3,Ogg, wav, etc.) player and file organizer suitable for very large music collections. An integrated Web server lets users remote control the client and serve a music collection as streaming audio.
SoundConverter
A simple sound converter application for the GNOME environment. It reads anything the GStreamer library can read, and writes WAV, FLAC, MP3, and Ogg Vorbis files.
TagLib
'TagLib' is a library for reading and editing the metadata of several popular audio formats. It supports ID3v1 and ID3v2 for MP3 files, Ogg Vorbis comments and ID3 tags, and Vorbis comments in FLAC files. Tests have shown it to be 6 times faster than id3lib and 3 times faster than libvorbisfile at reading tags (CPU time). It supports Unicode. TagLib offers an abstraction layer that makes it easy to ignore the differences between the different file formats and their implementations. It uses KDE-style programming conventions and C++ by default, but it does not link to either Qt or Glib (it has no external dependancies at all) and does provide Glib-style C bindings (currently for the generic API only).
Tagstoo
Tag folders and files (including multimedia) by dragging the tags on them, you can create tags of various shapes and colors for a more intuitive classification. Precise search possibilities, with various input fields, allowing to add all the necessary tags that you want. For example, in one field you can add the tags cat and white and in another field you can add the tags dog and brown, so the search result will return all white cats and brown dogs. Multimedia files preview in both explorer and searcher results cards. The cover images of epubs also are shown. For images both system's default image viewer and program's new internal viewer can be launched alternatively. Usual file management actions by dragging and dropping or pressing buttons; copy, move, delete, rename. And undo button. It's possible to export/import the tagging data to a file, so data is available in any computer. Features: - Tag Folders and files easily by dragging and dropping tags created from a variety of shapes. - No installation required. Compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac OS. - Export/import data to a file. - Possible to build up very specific searches. - Various Viewmodes; from lists to cards of different sizes to preview folders and files. - Multimedia file preview in explorer/searcher. Also Epubs. - Integrated image viewer that can be launched alternatively to the system's default viewer. - Tags positions are interchangeable. - If you want a softer interface you have the option to choose a 'grayscale' mode.
Tangerine
Tangerine is a music server. It uses DAAP, the same protocol iTunes uses for sharing. Features include automatic music discovery through Beagle and an easy-to-use configuration tool.
UnTV
UnTV is a DRM-free media center platform for home theater computers, allowing users to browse a large catalog of content available via BitTorrent and instantly stream that content, providing an experience similar to that of Netflix. UnTV is controllable via touchscreen devices on the same local network or the keyboard and exposes an API for developing extensions and plugins.
VLC media player
VLC (initially VideoLAN Client) is a highly portable multimedia player for various audio and video formats (MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, DivX, WebM, WMV, MP3, Ogg, as well as numerous others) as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. It can also be used as a server to stream in unicast or multicast in IPv4 or IPv6 on a high-bandwidth network.
Vlorb
vlorb is a high quality Audio CD-to-Ogg Vorbis audio file ripper and encoder. It features CDDB support, VorbisGain support, easy configuration, and flexibility.
Vorbistools
Vorbistools is a set of tools for use with Ogg Vorbis. The package includes oggenc, the official Ogg Vorbis encoder; oggdec, a simple decoder; ogg123, an Ogg Vorbis player; ogginfo, which gives info about Ogg files and does validity checking; vcut, which cuts Ogg files; and vorbiscomment, which edits Ogg ocmments.
Vorbix
Vorbix is a graphical front-end for the Ogg Vorbis tools. It features multiple file comment tag editing, encoding & decoding (to and from WAV), as well as being able to copy selected tags to all files, delete all tags, convert the case of words, create tags from filenames, and rename files based on tag values.
Xmms
xmms is a free, GUI based mp3 player that includes the following features:
  • can seek in files
  • shuffle and repeat play
  • fast jump in playlist
  • inclusion of playlist editor, spectrum analyzer and oscilloscope
  • a one line mode
  • timer elapsed/timer remaining
  • streaming/Shoutcast (1.0 or 1.1)/Icecast support
  • Gnome/Afterstep/WindowMaker dock app
  • GTK Interface for requesters (with theme support)
  • scroll wheel support
  • save to wav option
  • can save http streams to the hard drive
Currently XMMS plays MPEG layer 1/2/3, Ogg Vorbis, WAVx, all formats supported by libmikmod, and CD audio. XMMS has a plugin system for Input/Output/Effects etc, and through plugins it can play more sound formats such as AAC, AHX, Future Composer, SID etc.
Xmms-shell
XMMS-Shell provides a simple command line interface for controlling XMMS. It adds a few important basic function slike volume control and the baility to easily manipulate a playlist. You can use either the readline-enhanced interactive mode or simply specify commands from the command line (useful for shell scripts or quick manipulation)
Xmms-syncup
'xmms-syncup' is a plugin for the XMMS music player that synchronizes the audio output of client players to a single server. It is useful for environments (ie dorms, houses, or workplaces) where multiple networked computers have independently driven speakers.
Xmmsctrl
'xmmsctrl' is a small xmms control program, meant to bind keys in a window manager to control xmms in an efficient way. Commands can be customized with a shell script, e.g.: if xmmsctrl playing; then xmmsctrl pause; else xmmsctrl play; fi.
Zinf
Zinf is an extensible, cross-platform audio player formerly known as Free Amp. As per the zinf web site "Zinf is based on the FreeAmp source code. However, AMP is a trademark of PlayMedia Systems, Inc., and therefore the original name of the project cannot be used any longer. On this website the old project will be referred to as FreeA*p." Zinf features an optimized version of the GPLed Xing MPEG decoder, a powerful music browser and playlist editor, and a built in download manager which supports downloading files from sites using the RMP (RealJukebox) download process, and a number of the most common features users have come to expect in a clean, easy to use interface, including:
  • Plays all MPEG 1, MPEG 2, and MPEG 2.5 encoded files
  • Support for Xing's Variable Bitrate Encoding Technology.
  • Ability to play songs over the Internet through either HTTP unicast streaming (ShoutCast), or RTP multicast streaming (Obsequiem).
  • Supports IceCast style title streaming.
  • Can save ShoutCast and IceCast streams locally to your computer for offline listening.
  • User defined prebuffering for slower machines.
The GNU/Linux version has these additional features:
  • Enlightened Sound Daemon support
  • Additional ncurses and command line user interfaces
Zomg
ZOMG is a console-based Libre.fm client written in Z-Shell. It can submit the music tracks you play to libre.fm via the Audioscrobbler protocol, and it can play libre.fm radio stations.


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