IMMS Magical Favorites Collector uses IMMS collected information to find your favorite songs, and then do the hard work of compiling a CD/DVD/MP3 player full of your favorites. It can provide a top 10 songs linked to a directory of your choice, or your favorite 700 MB of songs for an MP3 CD, etc. It preserves the pathnames of files, so that the resulting collection will reflect the main collection.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio CD Writing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Compatibility with IMMS 2.0 was added.
Release Notes: This release adds filename mask support for occasions where you only want a compilation of .ogg files. There is also new support for IMMS 1.2, and thus SQLite 3.
Release Notes: Some compiliation and dependency errors have been resolved.
Release Notes: All dependencies not required by IMMS (the target of this utility) are now optional. The GTK2 user interface and its GTKMM dependency is now configure-time optional. You can now limit by media size (collection length) to make building music CDs or (cough) 8-tracks easy.
Release Notes: Major speed improvements were achieved (~432x faster). Both a console and a GNOME HIG-compliant UI (GTK2) are provided. The console interface is now cleaner and simpler. The "mask" directory is now automatically determined, and the maximum size can now be greater than 4.2 GB. The program now "crams" as much music into a particular medium size automatically. An auto-XMMS enqueue bash script was also included.