IRMP3 is a multimedia audio jukebox for Linux. IRMP3's strength is that it easily integrates into home, car, and mobile environments (where a keyboard/screen interface may not always be available). It supports several input and display devices such as infrared remote controls, LCD displays, network connections, and serial keypads. It includes a robust set of tools like alarms, sound environments, mixers, sleep functions, and more. It supports MP3 players and network-ready control & status monitoring, and includes a flexible, modularized source which allows functionality to be easily extended with user-developed code.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio CD Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has some minor fixes, and is finally stable.
Release Notes: This release has additions and bugfixes concerning mod_browser, including file name filtering and shell script execution. There are updated documentation files and sample scripts, and several other minor bugfixes and configuration enhancements.
Release Notes: The "preserve upper right corner" option of mod_lcdproc has been moved from the Makefile to the config file. playlist_loaddir_scan has been changed to remove the fixed array size of subdirectories. The command "playlist sort" has been added. query plfiles and pldirs commands have been added to mod_playlist to list all files and directories in the playlist. Some layout problems in mod_playlist.c have been fixed. mod_mpg123.c has been modified so that status query works even with mpg123 stopped.
Release Notes: This first release features a new module which enables you to browse through your entire MP3 collection without taking your hands off of your remote control. There are also a lot of bugfixes and extra configuration options.
Release Notes: Inclusion of patches to support http-locations in playlists, re-enable IRMP3 to receive LCDproc key events, and handle LCDproc success message.