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TunaPie is a directory browser for Internet radio and TV streams. As of 0.9.6, it is compatible with the Icecast directory as well as the Shoutcast (winamp) stream directory service. Tunapie allows you to search for streams and then launch your audio player (XMMS) or NSV viewer (totem/xine/mplayer) of choice. It also allows recording of audio and video streams using streamripper.

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Release Notes: Window position and size are now stored between sessions. Sash positions are stored between sessions. Column widths are stored between sessions. A problem with icecast listings not downloading if the file was already present was fixed.

  •  30 Apr 2007 17:07

Release Notes: Fixed problems with tunapie not starting on some systems and toolbar not displaying correctly as well as other minor bugfixes.

Release Notes: A completely redesigned GUI. New context menus and keyboard input.

Release Notes: This release adds Web-based information in streams to the information window. There are bugfixes related to not remembering or parsing preferences correctly on first startup, or if an old preference file was present.

Release Notes: This release removes some problems with searches causing tunapie to stop responding. A new icon has been added.


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