UModPlayer is an open-source audio module player for UNIX operating systems.
Version: B5UModPlayer is an open-source audio module player for UNIX operating systems.
Operating System: Linux
Here are some key features of "UModPlayer":
· You can play the supported formats and seek to any order in the song. You have pause, timer, display, and other standard features.
· You can view the pattern notes while playing.
· Playlist support: you can create playlists, delete or move individual items in a playlist, import a playlist from the current directory contents, save a playlist and load a saved playlist...
· You can specify any of the ModPlug options: noise reduction, megabass, surround, reverb sound options specifying the grade and the delay of most of the options.
· You can export the audio data of a module to any of the supported formats (see below)
· You can read and export to a file the song builtin message, the song instrument names and the song sample names.
· Each user of your UNIX box can save all the sound options.
· And much more!
· LibAo: LibAo provides audio output for a lot of platforms.
· LibModPlug >= 0.8 : LibModPlug is a high-quality module rendering library supporting dozens of formats. Note that you need at least the 0.8 version.
· LibAiff >= 1.1 : LibAiff provides AIFF file support. Although LibAiff 1.1 will work, it's highly recommend to install at least the version 2.0.
What's New in This Release:
· A manual page was written for umodplayer.
· Code cleanup was done to improve clarity and maintainability.
· The ability to delete and move the position of an arbitrary item in the playlist was added.
· A new, much cleaner command interpreter was implemented.
· It contains some new features such as the "!" and "!!" aliases.
· The "Table widget" can be customized with three themes: classic, strong, and boxed.
· Support for MOD files was added in the file info system.
· The first letter of the command name is now used for playlist commands.
· Also, pressing Enter does not quit, and the user has to explicitly specify it by pressing "q".