Friday, 19 May 2017

Audacious 3.6.2-2

Posted By: Macrolinux - 5/19/2017 12:33:00 am

Requirements: BeeFree OS, md5 : 66cdfc1ded1cef4ec6363e091bdb5cfd, size : 16.7 MB

Audacious is a free and open source audio player with a focus on low resource use, high audio quality, and support for a wide range of audio formats.[4] It is designed primarily for use on POSIX-compatible systems such as Linux, with limited support for Microsoft Windows.[5] Audacious is the default audio player in Lubuntu and in Ubuntu Studio.[6][7]


Audacious began as a fork of Beep Media Player, which itself is a fork of XMMS. William "nenolod" Pitcock decided to fork Beep Media Player after the original development team announced that they were stopping development in order to create a next-generation version called BMPx. According to the Audacious home page, Pitcock and others "had [their] own ideas about how a player should be designed, which [they] wanted to try in a production environment."[8]
Since version 2.1, Audacious includes both the Winamp-like interface known from previous versions and a new, GTK+-based interface known as GTKUI, which resembles foobar2000 to some extent. GTKUI became the default interface in Audacious 2.4.
Before version 3.0, Audacious used the GTK+ 2.x toolkit by default. Partial support for GTK+ 3.x was added in version 2.5,[9] while version 3.0 has full support for GTK+ 3.x and uses it by default.[10] However, dissatisfied with the evolution of GTK+ 3.x, the Audacious team chose to revert to GTK+ 2 starting with the 3.6 release, with long term plans of porting to Qt.[11

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