Translation(s) : English
gmusicbrowser is an open-source jukebox for large collections of mp3/ogg/flac/mpc/ape files, written in perl.
Some of the features gmusicbrowser includes are:
- Supports ogg vorbis, mp3 and flac files (and mpc/ape with gstreamer or mplayer), m4a support planned in upcoming versions.
Intended for large (> 10,000 files) audio libraries.
- Customizable window layouts.
- Powerful browser which doesn't interfere with the playlist
- Extensive plugin architecture, with included plugins for last.fm/libre.fm scrobbling,cover art finder/downloader, lyrics lookup, etc..
To install gmusicbrowser on your computer run the following command as root:
aptitude install gmusicbrowser
This will install gmusicbrowser from official Debian repositories. Its developers also provide a very basic and unofficial repository for gmusicbrowser, which can be enabled by adding the following line into your sources.list file:
deb http://gmusicbrowser.org/deb ./
To play mp3 and flac files you need to install a couple of extra packages (described here:
aptitude install mpg321 vorbis-tools
Tips and tricks
Additional window layouts can be downloaded and placed into the ~./config/gmusicbrowser/layouts folder.
http://gmusicbrowser.org/ - gmusicbrowser homepage
http://gmusicbrowser.org/contrib.html - Third party layouts, icons themes.
http://wiki.gmusicbrowser.org/ - Project wiki, containing useful information about third party software integration, plugins, etc.