Release Notes: This version adds support for the XINE multimedia system for audio playback, further extending the range of supported media formats. XINE offers a modern and reliable decoding framework. Also, there are several bugfixes for minor issues.
Release Notes: This version brings the best support in KDE for the next-generation multimedia framework, GStreamer. A lightning-fast database for your music collection was added. Statistics and context information for your musical tastes is compiled as you play. XMMS visualizations are supported. Full KDE-XMLGUI support was added. Shoutcast titles and streaming support were improved. A host of speed-ups, bugfixes, and other cool features were added.
Release Notes: Major new features include a plugin framework and the extended support for new multimedia systems like GStreamer and NMM. Also, there is now support for XMMS visualizations plugins, including both OpenGL and 2D graphics. A new database powered music manager combines amaroK's powerful playlist handling with a Rhythmbox-like approach. Another new module, the "Search Browser", aids in quickly locating titles on the harddisk. A revamped toolbar improves the user interface greatly, adding numerous shortcuts to frequently used features.
Release Notes: This major new version features a largely rewritten audio engine, which can work with multiple audio systems, like aRts and GStreamer. It also adds a new, comfortable file browser, support for tag-editing, and an on screen display. Another new feature is the slick 3D visualization module which uses OpenGL. Invoking amaroK with command line arguments has been made very fast by use of an application loader concept. There have been numerous performance improvements, bugfixes, and GUI updates.
Release Notes: This major update features a largely rewritten audio engine, which can work with multiple audio systems, like aRts and GStreamer. It also adds a new, comfortable file browser, support for tag-editing, and an on screen display. Another new feature is the slick 3D analyzer module which uses OpenGL. There have been numerous performance improvements, bugfixes, and GUI updates.
Release Notes: In this version, the newly added StreamBrowser makes finding Web radio streams as simple as using a TV. This version can now also display the currently playing title and the bitrate of a stream. Additional new features include improved performance with very long playlists, and the reworked user interface with a fresh look.
Release Notes: This major release adds Undo and Redo commands to the playlist, sorting facilities to the file browser, and DCOP support for controlling the application. The crossfading effect was extended and the improved analyser has a new visualization. Colors and fonts became configurable, the playlist filtering got much faster, and there was a lot of polishing and bugfixing.
Release Notes: This is a snapshot of the current development version, providing a preview of the features in the next major version. A lot of bugs have been fixed in this release, so users are encouraged to try it. New features include crossfading (allowing gapless playing of continuous albums), a greatly enhanced playlist with several columns of information, and a system tray icon with a menu. Meta-info access has become significantly faster by switching to the new, well-optimized TagLib. Drag-and-drop has been improved and debugged.
Release Notes: This major update comes with many new features, as well as bugfixes and usability enhancements. Added features include complete network transparency, a commandline interface, support for configurable plugins, and enhanced drag-and-drop. amaroK also has a new look with nicer graphics, and support for keyboard shortcuts.