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Quod Libet

Quod Libet is a music library management program. Rather than categorize songs by genre, artist, and album, it lets you search and display them however you want. It supports regexp-based searches, album cover display, tag editing, ReplayGain, multimedia keys, and an OSD. Also included is Ex Falso, a tag editor that has the same editing features found in Quod Libet, but does not play audio files.

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Recent releases

  •  14 Sep 2008 04:30

    Release Notes: This release includes many improvements to the architecture, as well as a new distutils-based build and test system to ease frequent releases. The audio playback engine is now replaceable, and Xine and GStreamer-based implementations are included. Numerous bugfixes and minor enhancements have been made since 1.0.

    •  09 Sep 2008 07:46

      Release Notes: Quod Libet 2.0 is a major restructuring of the code, featuring support for multiple audio backends (e.g. Xine), a new build system, and many UI and performance improvements. Quod Libet 1.999 is the second prerelease of the Quod Libet 2.0 branch.

      •  05 May 2007 22:49

        Release Notes: ASF/WMA and SPC files can now be played with appropriate GStreamer plugins. MP4 files are now read and tagged with Mutagen. There is a default "No Cover" image. --unfilter and --unqueue command line options were added. Errors are now logged and do not halt playback. The paned browser is much faster. The Hungarian, Finnish, Galician, Spanish, French, Dutch, and Japanese translations were updated.

        •  16 Feb 2007 09:48

          Release Notes: Media device support was added, currently supporting iPod and UMS. Compatibility with Python 2.5 and GTK+ 2.10 was improved. Tag parsing was enhanced. Several bugs were fixed. Translations were updated.

          •  14 Aug 2006 20:54

            Release Notes: Folders can be recursively selected in the filesystem view. True Audio, Speex, and Ogg FLAC files can be played and tagged. Library scans and imports are done in the background. New Japanese and Traditional Chinese translations were added.


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