Release Notes: Support for APIC ID3-TAG (image inside MP3). A progress bar while loading files. An option to reload (ID3-Tags) files.
Release Notes: This is a Linux (i386), Linux (ARM -- Raspberry Pi), and OS X (Intel) build. It offers many bugfixes and feature updates.
Release Notes: Initial public test release using new source code. It is not stable and only for Linux.
Release Notes: This release adds basic keyboard control, setting EQ and Pre-Volume for individual songs, showing the bitrate in the info dialog (id3-dialog), and basic podcast support (add, delete, listen, and download Podcasts).
Release Notes: This release makes the MacOS version up-to-date, adds some GUI updates to follow the OS theme, adds bass_aac.so and bass_alac.so to the libs, and makes it possible to play M4A files (iTunes) in Linux.
Release Notes: Editing of id3 tags. Internal order of songs now keeps track of manual drag&drop of songs. An error in reloading folders has been fixed. Ripped songs have the FADE flag. The first start wizard does not run the detailed info twice after start (fixing a possible crash). Threading has been removed from the Lyrics part.
Release Notes: Radio stream recording can now be scheduled. The Italian translation was updated, and Italian radio streams were added. Lyric sources were updated.
Release Notes: This release allows you to record a radio station stream and play recorded radio streams. It fixes some small errors in saving presets when no presets are available. There is a small fix in getting the CD cover.
Release Notes: This release makes the CD cover hide/adjust size when needed, removes an error in renaming files, changes song information in the database, makes shuffle a lot faster, loads songs a little faster, has better local cover search, adds more lyric sources, adds Italian language support, makes EQ and pre-volume usable on Raspberry Pi, and adds small fixes.
Release Notes: Exclude songs from fading (eg. Live CD). Add languages on the fly: put your language in the LOCAL folder to try it out. Shows the CD cover above the lyrics. Does not reload the CD cover when the CD cover has not changed. Cleans up EQ code so that it uses fewer FX layers (less CPU consumed). Rip audio from DVD to MP3 or FLAC. Shuffle does not always start with the first song. Better handling of corrupt songs. Windows: rip audio from DVD to MP3 or FLAC. The previous release did not close playlists and song texts, which could lead to errors. ARM: reverse playback, EQ, and FX (not yet usable on slow ARM CPUs).