UModPlayer is a multiplatform console module playing software for UNIX systems (such as Linux or NetBSD). It provides full sound option customizing, playlist support (with the ability to move, edit, import, and save lists), a WAV and AIFF writer, a file browser, a message viewer, an instruments viewer, and much more. It uses LibModPlug and LibAo.
|Tags||multimedia Sound/Audio Conversion Players|
Release Notes: A manual page was written for umodplayer. Code cleanup was done to improve clarity and maintainability. The ability to delete and move the position of an arbitrary item in the playlist was added. A new, much cleaner command interpreter was implemented. It contains some new features such as the "!" and "!!" aliases. The "Table widget" can be customized with three themes: classic, strong, and boxed. Support for MOD files was added in the file info system. The first letter of the command name is now used for playlist commands. Also, pressing Enter does not quit, and the user has to explicitly specify it by pressing "q".
Release Notes: Interface improvements. LibAo is used to handle multiplatform audio. A new Audio IFF writer that supports 16 and 24 bits per sample. 32-bit audio output on audio systems that support it (this generally will provide better quality). The 'double free' bugs of B.0 when exporting annotations have been fixed. A bug with the 'surround' command has been fixed. Some other bugs have been fixed. This release uses the standard 'configure', 'make', and 'make install' instead of the '.sh' scripts of the previous releases. There is some code cleanup.
No changes have been submitted for this release.