Wednesday, April 20

DeaDBeeF 0.5.0 Beta 1 Released


Lightweight but feature rich music player for Linux DeaDBeeF sees a new beta release in upcoming 0.5.0 series. DeaDBeeF is one of the best music players available for Linux with minimal interface and has ability to manage large music library.

Changes in this Release
  • Added support for multichannel output
  • Added support for output in 8,24,32,float32 bits per sample formats
  • Configurable DSP chains
  • Added VGZ support to GME plugin
  • Added new plugin for importing and exporting M3U and PLS formats
  • Added Edit->Sort By menu entry, with flexible sort options
  • Added "Shuffle albums" mode
  • Improved metadata editing, allowing modification of any text fields, including custom fields
  • Added support for editing metadata for multiple selected tracks
  • Improved Album Artist support
  • Added album covers to notifications
  • Title formatting now gives access to any track properties
  • New option to auto-rename playlist when adding folders
  • Multiple mp3 plugin improvements, both speed and stability
  • Extended VFS plugin API to allow archive/container plugins
  • Added new ZIP plugin, to add/play files from zip files without unpacking
  • Numerous stability fixes in CURL plugin
  • Numerous stability fixes in AAC plugin
  • Fixed "hotkeys stop working after reboot" problem
  • Multiple improvements in playlist sorting and grouping
  • Added support for files larger than 2Gb in size
  • Fixed CD Audio plugin freeze after switching CDs
  • Customizable lists of supported file extensions in SNDFILE and FFMPEG plugins
This is a beta version so expect bugs. You can download a portable version of beta 1 as packages are not available in PPA yet.



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