gmusicbrowser is an open-source jukebox for large collections of mp3/ogg/flac/mpc files. It is written in Perl.
It is fast, even with tens of thousands of songs, has easy access to related songs (same artist/album/title), supports multiple genres per song, ratings, and customisable flags.
It has a powerful browser window with filter history, dynamic filters with unlimited nesting of conditions, mass-tagging, and more.
- Designed with large (> 10,000 songs) libraries in mind.
- Customizable window layouts.
- Powerful browser which doesn’t interfere with the playlist.
- Artist/album lock : easily restrict playlist to current artist/album.
- Easy access to songs related to the currently playing song:
- songs from the same album.
- album(s) from the same artist(s).
- songs with same title (other versions, covers, …).
- Support ogg vorbis, mp3 and flac files (and mpc with gstreamer or mplayer).
- Simple mass-tagging and mass-renaming.
- Tray icon, with a very customizable tip window, which can be used to control the player.
- Very customizable SongTree widget for a pretty list of songs (example).
- Fully featured tag editor (support all id3 versions, limited support for APE & lyrics3 tags).
- Support multiple genres for a song.
- Support multiple artists for each song by separating them with ‘, ‘ or ‘ & ‘.
- Customizable labels can be set for each song (ex : bootleg, live, -‘s favorites).
- Filter history in the browser window.
- Filters with unlimited nesting of conditions.
- Customizable weighted random mode (based on rating, last time played, label, …).
- Act as a icecast server, to listen to your music remotely (experimental).
- Plugin system, included plugins:
- nowplaying (to update an external program when the playing song changes).
- Find pictures.
- Simple lyrics.
- MozEmbed : use the mozilla engine to display wikipedia artist page and search lyrics with google.
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