Crossfire is a Firefly Media Server client written for the Apple iPhone and the iPod touch. It has support for streaming, browsing, and searching music content. It supports both Mobile Safari and FireFox, but can be configured for various other devices such as Windows Mobile, Symbian, etc.
Local Media Browser lets you access your collection of digital media files from a Web browser. It is designed for (but not limited to) low-powered clients (like the Nintendo Wii) on low-resolution displays (like TVs). It uses its own specialized Web server. It is fully customizable through easy HTML-templates, CSS, and ini-files. It currently supports picture and music files. It supports indexing and caching of information (such as thumbnails and ID3 tags) for fast browsing as well as on-the-fly gathering.
Partyman is a simple double-deck audio player that keeps on playing as long as it's running. If it finds entries in its own playlist, these are played, otherwise random tracks are chosen. It also crossfades between the tracks automatically. The main purpose for this program is providing some background music for a party, respecting requests. It is based upon Qt4 and uses DerMixD as a backend.
Acovel is a cross-platform media player (currently running on Linux and Windows). It features an intelligent algorithm that will analyze both ID3 (v1 ahd v2) tags and filenames to fill up its music collection database. Its search feature is very fast. It is currently limited to playing albums, but upcoming versions will make it a full-featured media player.
Mylene is a command line MPEG audio player. It can play plain and system embedded MPEG audio streams and works for Linux OSS and ALSA emulated OSS and Mac OS X. The player can be used interactively by telling it to establish a UNIX or INET server on which commands can be received. It features sophisticated song selection filters, the ability to interpret programs written in a C-like programming language and user formatted text output among others. The seek-h262 MPEG decoder is required for audio and system MPEG decoding.
Lyricod is a server that simultaneously displays lyric .lrc files on screen as a song plays. It uses MPRIS (DBUS for media player control) to communicate with the media player. Therefore, it should work with a lot of different kind of media players. Lyricod should be compatable with any MPRIS enabled players. According to the MPRIS site, XMMS2, BMPx, VLC, Amarok, and Audacious should be MPRIS enabled.
The MediaMVP Media Center (mvpmc) is a media player written in C. It currently runs on the Hauppauge MediaMVP hardware. It can play video (including live TV), audio (including live radio), show pictures, and retrieve Yahoo! weather. mvpmc can access media from a MythTV, ReplayTV, Hauppauge, VLC, or SqueezeCenter (aka SlimServer) server. It can also access media via UPNP, HTTP, NFS, and CIFS. There is a VNC viewer built in. It understands MPEG1 and MPEG2 video, MP3, OGG, WAV, AC3, and FLAC audio and JPG, BMP, and PNG images.