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BMPx

BMPx

BMPx is now abandoned software. This page remains for historic interest only.

BMPx is the successor to the Beep Media Player. BMPx is a free software media player.

It is a compact media player based on the GTK2 toolkit using custom widgets, with plugins basically source compatible with XMMS.

BMPx features support for specifications like XDS DnD, XSPF and DBus. BMPx is highly interoperable and integrates well with other applications and a variety of desktop environments.

While the original BMP was derived from XMMS, BMPx shares only a small amount of code with the original XMMS/BMP codebase, and was rewritten almost entirely from scratch.

It uses GStreamer as its primary audio playback backend.

 BMPx 0.40.14

Price
Free to download

Size
1.7MB
License

GNU General Public License

Developer
Milosz Derezynski, David Le Brun, Chong Kai Xiong, and many contributors

Website

System Requirements
gstreamer >= 0.10.14
gstreamer-plugins-base  >= 0.10.14
taglib >= 1.4
gtk+-2.0 >= 2.10.0
gtkmm-2.4 >= 2.10.0
cairo >= 1.0.0
cairomm >= 0.6.0
libglade >= 2.5.1
libglademm-2.4 >= 2.6.2
libsexymm >= 0.1.9
librsvg >= 2.14.0
libsoup >= 2.2.100
libofa >= 0.9.3
sqlite >= 3.3.11
libxml >= 2.6.1
gettext >=
dbus >= 0.62 
Boost >= 1.33.1
alsa-lib / libasound>= 1.0.9    
libcdio >= 0.70

Optional:
hal >= 0.5.7.1
startup-notification >= 0.8
libsidplay 1.x (not 2.x)
modplug >= 0.7
NetworkManager >= 0.6

Support:
FAQ, Forum

Selected Reviews:
Railden's Realm

Features include:

  • Library system using ID3 tags
  • Playlists, created from local files or from Last.fm
  • Extensive streaming internet radio selection of stations
  • Support for Last.fm and podcasts
  • Audio CDs
    • Ripping to ogg, mp3, and flac
  • Video Podcasts

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