Mp3Kult is an application for KDE 3. It organizes your MP3/Ogg collection in a MySQL database. It can read MP3/Ogg tags and song information (length, bit rate, sample rate, etc.), make playlists, play songs with an external player (xmms, gqmpeg), find a song in database (base and advanced search), and make a copy of a playlist on your hard disk (to play the playlist without inserting CDROMs). Mp3Kult can recursivly scan directories to find MP3/Ogg files, and it can automatically mount, umount, and eject a CDROM before/after a job.
|Tags||Database multimedia Sound/Audio|
|Licenses||Public Domain GPL|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release has been ported to KDE3, autoconf 2.5x, and automake 1.5. A bug in the song order of Local Playlist has been fixed. iostream is included in export.cpp for compatibility with gcc 3.x.
Release Notes: This release corrects a compilation problem on some systems and updates the configure script for a better search of libvorbis and libogg (it now reports their absence).
Release Notes: Support for Ogg files was added, although the editor for Ogg tags isn't implemented yet. selection mode was updated, and selection with the Ctrl key now works. History and completion mode were added in the "Add Mp3" and "Add Volume" windows. Both the text and numeric versions of the genre is now written in ID3 v2.x tags. The previous version read and wrote only a number for the genre. The length calculations for VBR MP3s were corrected. The ability to search through closed volumes in tree view mode. Database creation can now be performed from within Mp3Kult itself, without using the mp3kultdb script.
Release Notes: This release adds French and German translations and a tree view mode. The functions to play songs and add songs to a playlist have changed. The column sorting is now saved. A function to rename the volumes and the playlists has been added. The bug with some tags has been fixed, as well as some other bugs.
Release Notes: Some bugs have been fixed. This release adds an Italian translation, support for Id3 Tag V1.1 and 2.x, a new function to import an m3u in a new playlist, and remote DataBase support. It now requires Id3Li