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File: 69167d1cec72194⋯.jpg (48.41 KB, 500x667, 500:667, 1424135274280.jpg)

 No.744416

>tfw using windows software on linux

I'm not even mad at this point.

 No.744426

>linux doesn't have one single solitary audio player that's as good as foobar2000

I mean why force yourself to use garbage like deadbeef when you can just run it in wine?


 No.744429

>>744426

why use garbage like foobar or deadbeef when you can use mpd?


 No.744430

>>744426

I love foobar2000 but music on console is actually better imho


 No.744437

File: bbb37579f2a940c⋯.png (18.29 KB, 476x421, 476:421, cmus.png)

>>744426

>sudo apt-get install cmus

Song related


 No.744455

>>744430

I'd think about moc if it had replaygain support. Using cmus right now (switched from mpd+mpc).


 No.744456

>>744426

What's wrong with JuK?


 No.744457

VLC MASTER RACE COMIN THRU GET OUTTA THE WAY MOTHERFUCKERS


 No.744464

>music players

98% of the time it's mpc bound to hotkeys for me


 No.744485

>>744426

mpd

ncmpc

ncmpcpp

cmus

mpv


 No.744569

>>744430

It's better for listening but I use foobar for so much like tagging and moving/organizing files. I haven't found a program that can replicate all of the functionality or even 2 programs that could replace foobar.


 No.744591

>>744569

I use Clementine for the same reason. on my leenooxx and windows installs.


 No.744593


 No.744644

how do i use winamp on linux?


 No.744651

File: 9e20de62ffbfb89⋯.jpg (96.57 KB, 1216x634, 608:317, qmmp-audio-player.jpg)


 No.744670

>>744651

the q better not stand for qt


 No.744741

>>744670

bad news


 No.744753

File: 1253ef536ce12fa⋯.jpg (222.83 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, ....jpg)

>>744416

Pardon me for one moment. What you are calling Linux, is in actuality, GNU/Linux, or as I have nicknamed it, GNU plus Linux. Linux isn't an operating system by itself, but it is just another part of the GNU system, which has been extended in functionality via various GNU components (including GNU's shell utilities and corelibs) which only then fit the definition of a complete operating system as outlined by POSIX.

There are many people today who are running the GNU operating system without even being aware of it. Through a strange turn of events, a misnomer has emerged where people refer to a widely used version of the GNU system as "Linux", unaware that the proper name for the system they run is the GNU operating system.

Now while they are in fact using Linux, it is only one component of the system that they run. Linux is used as the kernel: the part of an operating system which distributes a machine's resources to other programs which request them. While this functionality is essential for the successful functioning of a system, it cannot function on its own, it needs an operating system within which it can carry out its functions. Linux is commonly paired with the GNU operating system: the entirety of the system is GNU with the addition of Linux, or GNU/Linux. Every single "Linux Distribution" is actually a distribution of GNU/Linux.


 No.744776

>>744644

1. Reconsider your decision

2. Fucking google it


 No.744838

File: 1ff82e595604326⋯.png (1.75 MB, 1916x1076, 479:269, 2017-05-07-164857_1916x107….png)

>>744651

Huh, its the only other player I can get my old foobar layout on, nice.

I still think I prefer deadbeef though.

>>744426

Whats wrong with deadbeef, for you?


 No.744846

>>744838

>Whats wrong with deadbeef, for you?

>that's a nice music library you've got there

>let me just take 15 fucking god damn minutes to scan it every time you add anything new


 No.744848

>>744426

>foobar

Opinion discarded.

>>744457

99% of complaints about vlc are from people too retarded to disable the "hurry" option. And that comes from the developers being retarded, but at least they're not as retarded as the developers of other players such as mpv which is a commandline video player that uses ffplay as it's backend, ffplay being a... commandline video player.


 No.744854

>>744846

Huh. How big is your library?


 No.744855

>>744848

I thought mpv was supposed to be like mpc, a network streaming video player?


 No.744857

>>744854

299GB, 38,478 Files, 3,147 Folders. foobar2000 takes seconds to import the whole thing, and automatically updates itself just about instantly whenever I add new folders.


 No.744858

>>744855

But ffplay does that.

>>744857

So tell me how shit are your music tastes? I don't think any single person has the autism to hunt for 38,478 good pieces of music even if they're into classical and have history at their disposal.


 No.744860

>>744858

>y-your music library is too big it's not the software's fault it's yours!

This is why there will never be a good linux audio player.


 No.744866

>>744860

You either didn't read my post or you replied to the wrong person.


 No.744867

>>744857

You can add a new folder to deadbeef without making it rescan the library, though I dont do that since my collection is only 82GB

Itd be a matter of just dragging and dropping from the folder to the playlist. So not as automatic or elegant, I suppose.

Someone should ask the deadbeef devs about that.

>>744857

not me btw


 No.744868

>>744426

Why do people always make a fuss about music players? There are hundreds of those things and they're all pretty much the same. You pick some songs, press play, and go do something else. What else do you really need?


 No.744871

>>744437

Years ago this shit was broken on Debian debause lol no ffpmeg


 No.744873

File: 5ba2737f42cd25d⋯.png (1.96 MB, 2148x1061, 2148:1061, 2017-05-07-185335_2148x106….png)

>>744868

>using music as background noise

>artificially forcing it to suit whatever you're doing as 'background music', bastardizing your impression of it in the process

>not sitting down with the player window fullscreen, staring at the one piece of art the artist chose to attach to that collection of music as representative of it, and listening to the full album in the context of itself and nothing else


 No.744889

File: bd905b739f112f4⋯.png (1.81 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 2017-05-08_01:55:03.png)

>>744873

>all that distracting text and gui elements tarnishing the experience

do you even music?


 No.744893

File: ee72e44341ccca4⋯.png (1.03 MB, 853x1024, 853:1024, cd370a2c4d3bd99e58b19cf6ea….png)

Y'know the last faggot who shilled for Wine at least had the decency to post chinese cartoon Qts.


 No.744896

>>744753

stall man a shit, install bsd.


 No.744928

>>744896

>cuck license

>ever


 No.744964

>not wanting to use superiour programs on Linux and blocking the absolute shit out of them so they never connect to the internet once in favor of dumpster-fire-tier free software that segfaults half the time.

I'm not even mad at this point.


 No.744965

>not wanting to use superiour programs on Linux and blocking the absolute shit out of them so they never connect to the internet once in favor of dumpster-fire-tier free software that segfaults half the time.

I'm not even mad at this point.


 No.745027

>>744848

>they're not as retarded as the developers of other players such as mpv which is a commandline video player that uses ffplay as it's backend, ffplay being a... commandline video player.

Are you retarded? Mpv uses ffmpeg/libav as its backend, not ffplay.

>>744857

>299GB, 38,478 Files, 3,147 Folders. foobar2000 takes seconds to import the whole thing

Obviously not from a cold cache, liar. The time to even read all the tags (without talking about any processing) is longer than "a few seconds".

I have 9000 tracks and cmus/mpd are really fast for the initial or incremental update.


 No.745040

>>745027

mechanical hdd pleb


 No.745046

>>744591

seconded


 No.745049

>>744868

let's see. 1) the ideal music player needs to be able to play .spc files as well as all the standard .ogg etc. formats.

2) when playing .spc files, it should be possible to loop the song forever.

3) ability to write .spc files to disk as a .wav file.

4) it should be possible to sort the songs by filename, artist, length, etc. and display all of these attributes in resizable columns.

5) it would be nice if you could color-code the background of the playlist window based on the directory the song is in.

did i miss anything? whatever version of winamp i had when i still used windows could do #1. the current audio player i use, audacious 3.6.2 on linux mint, does #1 and #2 (just hit the left arrow key to skip back a bit and the .spc song will loop forever). i think for an old version of winamp there's a plug-in that can do #3, and i got that working in wine which was nice. when i need to use a mac at university i use clementine which can do #4. i've never seen a media player that can do #5, but it's kind of an odd thing to ask for admittedly.


 No.745065

>>744591

Clementine would be nice if its random shuffle function wasn't totally fucking broken. The devs have this ass backwards mindset when it comes to what "random" means and they insist that anything but the objectively non-random algorithm they use is "less random".

God damn thing keeps playing the same songs over and over, it's as bad as Google's captcha algorithm.


 No.745066

>>745049

>i've never seen a media player that can do #5, but it's kind of an odd thing to ask for admittedly.

Then implement it yourself. The code is open. Git gud and

DO IT FAGGOT


 No.745071

>>745049

>>745066

There's an android music player called HikiPlayer that recolors the UI based on the album art of the currently playing song.


 No.745083

>>745071

I believe Clementine can use album cover of the current track as playlist background. Maybe they could make every track in the list use it's own album cover? Pitch a feature request in their bugtracker, this sounds like a cool feature with high chances of being accepted.


 No.745084

>>745071

>recolors the UI based on the album art

how incredibly useful


 No.745088

>>745084

>nofun

kys


 No.745091

>>745084

Go back to using vim to play your music then.


 No.745096

>>745091

Vim is a text editor and nothing else. You must be thinking of the Emacs operating system.


 No.745099

>have MAME games

>linux distro only keeps the newest MAME version

>can't be arsed to update my roms

>just run MameUI through wine


 No.745105

>>745088

>>745091

Your arguments are as compelling as changing UI color based on album art, in a program to produce soundwaves for your ears. yesfun


 No.745111

File: 44c8c81098cc35a⋯.jpg (27.42 KB, 360x235, 72:47, sulk.jpg)

>>744873

I would, but I'm out of weed.


 No.745113

File: 11aaeacd3c956aa⋯.gif (1.42 MB, 255x210, 17:14, 1412485824516.gif)

>>745088

True, most fun I had my whole life.


 No.745140

>>744873

Not everyone has autism kiddo.


 No.745147

>>744426

This has always been my biggest frustration with GNU/Linux.


 No.745148

>>745140

Those who don't would realize he was sarcastic.


 No.745149

>>744838

You can't copy a playlist on Deadbeef, for one.


 No.745152

>>745148

PWN'D!


 No.745179

File: 21007ba6d2c05b1⋯.jpg (172.38 KB, 1600x1213, 1600:1213, stan.jpg)

>>744416

>more than 15 pieces of flair

Stan approves


 No.745214

>>745148

Poe's Law applies especially when dealing with audiophiles.


 No.745260

mp[dc] > mpd + ncurses client > mpd qt/gtk client > other non-mpd music players > window media player > foobar2000(TM)


 No.745288

>>745214

thats an 'audiophile' thing?


 No.745294

>>744857

>having anything less then a terabyte

I bet you have everything else on spotify


 No.745296

>>745294

No I just have a disgustingly large amount of mp3.


 No.745324

>>744928

>communist license

>ever


 No.745327

File: e4751255bbf2c3c⋯.jpg (40.04 KB, 390x384, 65:64, Screenshot_2017-05-08_20-0….jpg)

>>745296

Get on my level


 No.745335

>>745327

>twice as many files

>more than four times the size

Yep, looks like flac to me.


 No.745355

>>745335

24 bit master race


 No.747170


 No.747221

>>745355

waste of space


 No.747904

>>744426

>foobar2000

>not winamp


 No.749027


 No.749038

>>747221

>implying space isn't functionally free


 No.749121

>>744416

>tfw using windows software on linux

tfw when you're going to get windows malware because wine isn't a sandbox.


 No.749141

>>745324

communism is better then capitolism in theory. for government it doesn't work, for software on the otherhand it works like a charm.


 No.749186

File: a8ca50cfe96bee4⋯.jpg (67.18 KB, 609x720, 203:240, a8ca50cfe96bee4406b1eb3bc2….jpg)

>>749141

>communism is better then capitolism in theory


 No.749189

>>744429

Because we don't fucking want to use the ncmpdtorisforcp


 No.750135

>>744426

>foobar2000

pleb. winamp master race.

>tfw using Netscape skin on my winamp


 No.750139

>>744426

>>744437

Used foobar for over ten years, when was still a windowsfag. Was pretty sure I'd never change it.

Switch to Linux, install cmus.

Discover after all those years that foobar was basically shit.


 No.750234

>>744426

Why doesn't anyone make a port of foobar2k or musicbee on Linux?


 No.750796

>>744457

>>744848

CIAniggers using VLC is confirmed.


 No.750871

>>750234

Because it's not FOSS.




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