MOC (music on console) is a console audio player with a simple ncurses interface in playmp3list style. It supports MP3 (with ID3 tag, VBR, and Xing headers), Ogg, FLAC, WAVE, Musepack, Speex, WMA, MP4, AAC, and some other less popular audio formats. Playlists can be saved and loaded using .m3u files (PLS version 2 can also be loaded). Internet streams (Shoutcast, Icecast) are supported. It achieves gapless playback by employing an output buffer in a separate thread and file pre-caching. The key mapping can be fully customized. The interface can be detached from the server as it plays in the background.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Players MP3|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD FreeBSD Linux|
Release Notes: This is a long awaited update to MOC. There are many fixes for autotools and packaging, ffmpeg support, display issues, and more. Some of the improvements are better support for embedded systems, new and changed audio driver capabilities, audio decoders, new command line options, improved text entry history and editing, and many more.
Release Notes: You can now queue files to play, use an equalizer, display lyrics for a song, and more. A few bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes many bugs. Part of them caused compilation failures or even crashes on newer systems or newer libraries used by MOC.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Internet streams in AAC format with a new plugin, a software mixer, and a few more improvements and fixes.
Release Notes: This stable release fixes a few bugs, including problems with newer curl versions, problems with tags in Internet streams with some radio stations, and more.