vitunes is a curses-based music player and playlist manager whose goals are a minimalistic appearance, strong vi-like bindings, and quick playlist creation/management. It does not strive to be a full-blown media player, but rather a full-blown media indexer and playlist manager. It uses MPlayer to support a wide range of media formats. It also makes use of TagLib for metadata extraction from many common formats.
|Tags||cli media player playlist|
|Operating Systems||OpenBSD FreeBSD|
|Implementation||C curses TagLib MPlayer|
Release Notes: Multiple new features, performance improvements, and bugfixes. Notable new features include toggle lists, allowing one to quickly toggle through sets of commands, such as various sort or display schemas. Users can now also control a running instance of vitunes remoltely, using the new '-c command' option.
Release Notes: This is a small release that includes two things: a drastically reworked man page with much better documentation, and Mac OS X support for the build.
Release Notes: The 2.0 release contained a set of formatting errors in the man page that did not show up during testing, but only showed up after installation. These have been fixed.
Release Notes: This new version includes support for undo/redo, custom keybindings, a slew of new colorable elements, better synchronization between vitunes and mplayer, and a host of bug improvements. With this release, vitunes now contains all of the features that the author originally envisioned.
Release Notes: This is a documentation upgrade only. The man page has been rewritten and polished with the aim of making it easier for new users to get started. It is now the primary source of documentation. Additionally, all help output from vitunes itself was polished. There are no functional changes.