Ubuntu


Xtreme Media Player
è un semplice player audio, scritto in Java, in grado di riprodurre file MPEG Audio (mp3), Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, Speex, WAV, AIFF (aifc, AIF), AU (SND) con supporto per playlist come XSPF, M3U e PLS e file in streaming. Inoltre Xtreme Media Player permette l’uso dei tags per la ricerca dei brani musicali tramite diverse chiavi di ricerca: titolo, artista, album, genere, numero della traccia, anno, commenti. L’interfaccia grafica, assomigliante a Windows Media Player, è personalizzabile è permette le scorciatoie da tastiera.
Xtreme Media Player richiede Java precedentemente installato nel nostro Sistema Operativo

Le novità della nuova versione 0.6.6:

  • Audio engine has known several performance improvements making it faster a lot in switching from a track to another, along with some fine tuning related to PulseAudio that linuxians will like
  • XtremeMP now includes several playing modes, letting you listen your music exactly as you want when you want, with a very powerful random mode keeping trace of your previously played tracks
  • The graphical UI also gained animations and special effects, making it more fun and joyful and the new visualization engine is way faster and reliable
  • XtremeMP devel team keeps thinking about powerusers : you’ll enjoy shortcuts everywhere for everything like the use of ctrl+↓ and ctrl+↑ to select playlist items in combination with alt+↓ and alt+↑ to move them without even moving your mouse

Per avviare / utilizzare Xtreme Media Player 0.6.6 su UbuntuDebianFedora e openSUSE basta avviare il terminale e digitare:

wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/xtrememp/files/xtrememp/xtrememp-0.6.6/xtrememp-0.6.6-bin.zip
unzip xtrememp-0.6.6-bin.zip
cd xtrememp-0.6.6-bin/ && cd xtrememp-bin/
java -jar XtremeMP.jar

Per avviare / utilizzare Xtreme Media Player 0.6.6 su Windows basta scaricare QUESTO file ed estrarlo e all’interno avremo il file .exe

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