Sonic-Rainbow is a Linux GUI multimedia player. It plays DVDs, VCDs, and video files. It plays CDs, rips CDs to Ogg, MP3, FLAC, and WAV files, and has an Ogg, MP3, FLAC and WAV player, as well as a playlist editor and a TAG editor to create and modify MP3, Ogg, and FLAC file tags. HTTP is used to download and locally store CD Info from Freedb such that the CD player, ripper, Ogg player, FLAC Player, and MP3 player are able to display CD track and artist information. The GUI playlist editor creates playlists containing single Ogg, FLAC, or MP3 files and directories of Ogg, FLAC, or MP3 files. It provides support for FM radio cards if installed.
|Tags||multimedia Video Display Sound/Audio Players CD Audio CD Playing CD Ripping|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: In this release, the RPM has been rebuilt against libcddb 0.9.6 which prevents the core dumps when it retrieves CD information from the Freedb Website.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes were made to the Ogg, FLAC, WAV, and MP3 player and the file selection dialogs. A balance slider was included in the main dialog and help dialogs were added.
Release Notes: Volume control, balance, and all mixer control code has been replaced fixing many mixer-based bugs.
Release Notes: Sonic-Rainbow now supports 2-channel 16-bit FLAC Files. The CDRipper can rip CD Tracks to FLAC files and can use CDDB to embed tags into them. The Ogg, MP3, and Wav player now also plays FLAC files, and the TAG Editor now supports the creation and modification of tags in FLAC files.
Release Notes: The CDRipping component has been changed to a multi-threaded design that allows CD Tracks to be ripped and encoded at the same time. The rip and encode status percentage is updated against the individual tracks in the list box. The Ogg/MP3/wav player progress/forward/rewind bar has been changed so that it can be moved and does not change the playing file position until released.