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gmusicbrowser

gmusicbrowser is a jukebox designed with large music libraries of over 10,000 MP3, Ogg, m4a, FLAC, and MPC files in mind. It has easy access to related songs (same artist, album, or title) and supports multiple genres per song, ratings, and labels. It has extensive filtering capabilities, customizable random modes, customizable window layouts, mass-tagging, and more.

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  •  17 Jan 2014 21:28

    Release Notes: This release improves search responsiveness, updates the picture finder and albuminfo plugin, and adds many smaller things.

    •  03 Oct 2009 00:54

      Release Notes: This should be the last release for this branch. it consists of minor fixes and improvements and updates a few translations.

      •  24 Nov 2008 03:07

        Release Notes: This release mainly fix a bug that could damage FLAC files when when editing their tags with non-ASCII characters when using Perl 5.10. It also adds support for using WebKit instead of MozEmbed to display Web pages.

        •  27 Jul 2008 07:23

          Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs and updates the cover/picture finder.

          •  03 May 2008 07:58

            Release Notes: This release fixes a number of small bugs and brings a few small improvements.

            Recent comments

            05 Oct 2009 01:53 cyphermaster

            Always using it, and gmusicbrowser offers the best performance/fonctionalities ratio i've ever seen ! thank you very much for this masterpiece !
            Objectively, it's very good tool. I recommend it to anyone with a huge library.
            For example, gmusicbrowser is far more stable and quickier than rhythmbox.
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            En toute objectivite, c'est du super bon boulot. A recommander pour quiquonque desire utiliser au quotidien une bibliotheque enorme (~100GiB).
            Sur le long terme, gmusicbrowser s'avere bien plus leger et stable que rhythmbox

            05 Feb 2006 06:34 cyphermaster

            Fast and Nice
            Using it since december 2005, very stable and usefull interface.

            After 10 years of XMMS, It _the_ tool for whom the ergonomy matters.

            It's fast on local drive. Over NFS, a repository of about 14000 song may take a little time to get rescan.

            Oh, and, i almost forget : the mass renaming tool is perfect for huge collection of ID3 tags (auto-detection of fields from the file name, autocompletion...)

            A Must !

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