KDE 2 app that organizes an mp3 collection
Mp3Kult is an application for KDE 2. It organizes your MP3 collection in a MySQL database. It can read MP3 Tag and song information (length, bit rate sample rate etc.), make playlists, play songs with an external player (xmms, gqmpeg), find a song in database (base and advanced search), and make a copy of a playlist on your hard disk (to play the playlist without inserting cdroms). Mp3Kult can recursivly scan directories looking for MP3s and automatically mount, umount, and eject a CDROM before/after a job.
released on 30 April 2002
15 October 2001
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|Developer||VCS Repository Webview||http://sourceforge.net/cvs/?group_id=25052|
|Required to use||KDE 2.1 or letaer|
|Required to use||MySQL 3.22.32 or later|
|Required to use||Id3Lib 3.7.13|
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