Mouth Online Encoding

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Mouth Online Encoding
A Web application frontend to collections of FLAC files.

Mouth Online Encoding is a Web application which serves as a frontend to collections of FLAC files. It supports searching and listing by artist, album, track, directory, and genre (all taken from FLAC metadata tags). It keeps playlists and supports realtime encoding to MP3 and Ogg Vorbis (without intermediate disk files) for streaming and downloading of single songs or tarballs of sets of songs.



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Ted Teah

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24 March 2006

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flamingcow Maintainer

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