Tin Can Jukebox is a very fast, full-featured, Web based jukebox that can securely stream large MP3 collections over the Internet to multiple users. Features include many browsing modes, dynamic downsampling, playists, language packs, and user access control.
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Release Notes: A few tweaks, a few fixes, and a few enhancements. mp4/m4a/aac support has been added (requires faad and LAME). Wikipedia link searches for albums and artists have been fixed, and the engine has been updated.
Release Notes: Many excellent improvements, bugfixes, and backwards compatibility tweaks (MySQL 4.1+).
Release Notes: Proper skinning support was added along with PLS playlist support, JWPlayer (non-commercial only) with visuals, improved logging, and art import logic.
Release Notes: The streaming logic was completely rearchitected to make down-sampling more robust and to enable transformation of other file formats. You can now play FLAC and Ogg files natively or have TCJ transform them to MP3 on the fly, downsampling as needed to fit your bandwidth limitations and to be playable on all players.
Release Notes: This release adds several album art enhancements like the ability to import art from a URL, several search links to make finding art easy, and some tweaks to the pre-caching logic for systems and libraries with image memory issues.