On Sun, 27 Apr 2008 15:06:40 -0400
> On Sunday 27 April 2008 08:38, pete shorthose wrote:
yeah, Thunar + xmms for me. i may just be stuck in my ways though,
and no player developer can work around that.
> (I'd rather a simple, native-UI player that
retarded teenage boy skins uber alles. heh.
> Additionally, I have scripts that allow me to rip, encode and ID3-tag
i hear that. i'm gearing up to digitize my 1300 strong jazz LP collection
at the moment. even with 3 decks running in parallel, i'm looking at
over 300 hours of recording time to schedule. i inherited the collection but simply
don't listen to vinyl. ripping it is the only way i can do it any
kind of justice. (..and then, it was as if millions of vinyl enthusiasts
cried out in horror and were suddenly indignant..)
> I keep my per-song and per-album content tags in the MySQL database
the main window has player controls embedded in it though no?
i've seen numerous people claim that iTunes is the best thing since
sliced beats. never used it myself. anyone else rate it?
(sorta on topic. i think it runs in wine)
i looked at slimserver some time ago too. that was interesting but, again,
i always missed the simplicity of file browser + simple media player.
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