OZradio is a Linux GUI application that provides a CD player, CD ripper, Ogg file player, playlist editor, and mixer, and supports video4linux radio cards if installed. CD info, including track and artist information, is retrieved from freedb using HTTP and stored locally. The CD player, ripper, and Ogg file player display this CD/file information. The CD ripper will put the information into the Ogg files. Video4Linux compatable radio cards are supported if installed, with the ability to save up to 10 preset stations, volume control, a mute button, automatic frequency scanning, on-demand recording and replay of radio, and programmable recording.
Sonic-Rainbow is a Linux GUI multimedia player. It plays DVDs, VCDs, and video files. It plays CDs, rips CDs to Ogg, MP3, FLAC, and WAV files, and has an Ogg, MP3, FLAC and WAV player, as well as a playlist editor and a TAG editor to create and modify MP3, Ogg, and FLAC file tags. HTTP is used to download and locally store CD Info from Freedb such that the CD player, ripper, Ogg player, FLAC Player, and MP3 player are able to display CD track and artist information. The GUI playlist editor creates playlists containing single Ogg, FLAC, or MP3 files and directories of Ogg, FLAC, or MP3 files. It provides support for FM radio cards if installed.
%I will remove the Gnome Dependencies Tonight.
%BETA 9.5.2 will be released 10:00pm 22/5/03
%South Australian Time without Gnome
%Dependencies. This will allow OZradio to build
%and Execute without Gnome being installed,
%but it will still execute in KDE, Gnome, Xfce etc..
%I had no intention of limiting the Window
%Managers OZradio can run in or the way
%people need to build their systems for
%OZradio to work. I do_not_care if
%people prefer KDE or Gnome.
> Apparently this requires Gnome installed
> as the install fails for several gnome