Release Notes: This release improves support for Internet streams. Sample rate and sample format conversions are performed if necessary to play all files regardless of the capabilities of the sound card. 24bit output can be used for mp3 files if the sound card supports it. Support for speex format (without seeking) has been added.
Release Notes: The most important changes are that MP3 files with bad CRC checksums produced by some broken encoders can be played, and this release works fine on NetBSD.
Release Notes: MOC can now play from network streams (Shoutcast, Icecast, HTTP). Sound output using JACK has been added (only with 44.1KHz). The search command works better. Plugins are now used to support file formats.
Release Notes: A few minor bugs were fixed. This is the first release that can be compiled on NetBSD without problems.
Release Notes: This release introduces many new features. Some of them are support for new file formats (FLAC, AIFF, AU, and others supported by libsndfile), customizable key mapping, and silent seeking. Many bugs have been also fixed.
Release Notes: In this release, repeat without AutoNext plays a song in loop. Deleting files from the playlist was fixed. Synchronization of the playlist between clients is faster and works better. Handling a playlist file as a command line argument works properly. Behaviour of --append --clear and --play was fixed. Other fixes have been made.
Release Notes: The playlist is synchronized between interface instances. Shuffle options gives true shuffle, not just a random element from the playlist. Fast, silent seeking is possible using "[" and "]" keys. Few other minor features have been added, and a few bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A custom keymap can be now used. Some aliases for existing commands were added (like /, ?). Many other small improvements have been made. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The "next" command is now working with the AutoNext option turned off. Files added to the playlist with the A command are sorted. Track numbers for MP3 files are read properly.
Release Notes: This release displays the total time of a playlist/directory. It has faster reading and saving of playlists. A new theme and new commands were added: G (go to the directory of the currently played file) and U (go to '..'). More small improvements and fixes have been made.