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Cactus Jukebox

Cactus is an audio player. It shows all your music files in a kind of database, and you can easily browse, edit, and search your collection. It also supports synchronizing your music collection with a mobile player device. It plays MP3, WAV, and Ogg. It can also import and rip audio CDs, automatically show album covers, tag MP3 files, and maintain a fast library. A GTK 1.x binary is also available.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  17 May 2009 17:21

    Release Notes: Support for OGG, WMA, and FLAC has been added. There are meta tag reader improvements (with faster indexing), CD ripper improvements, languages and updated translations, and more.

    •  07 Nov 2008 18:36

      Release Notes: The MPlayer playback engine is now ready for everyday use. MPlayer opens various new platforms to Cactus Jukebox. Streaming audio/Web radio support has been added. Drag and drop is implemented. The database has been completely rewritten (speed/usability improvements). 64-bit binaries are available.

      •  25 May 2008 19:37

        Release Notes: MPlayer is used for playback. This release has 64-bit compatibility, Web radio streaming support, drag and drop, faster queries, faster reload, a Brazilian translation, and a Windows port. The internal media collection structure has changed. Albums are sorted in alphabetical order. Covers are enlarged when clicked.

        •  26 Jun 2007 13:41

          Release Notes: A bug which occurred when opening files via the "File -> Open File" menu was fixed. A Hungarian translation was added.

          •  24 Jun 2007 02:10

            Release Notes: An audio CD ripping facility was added. A GTK2 version is available. Many improvements were made to the tag editor. Language support was added, and translations are currently available for English and German. Empty directories are removed after removing files. A remote control tool was added. Threading is used for some operations (copy and scan). Album covers are automatically downloaded from the Internet. A new look and feel is used. Internal code cleanups were done. An SVN repository is available for developers.


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