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Biblos
'Biblos' is a powerful indexing tool for managing a cd/mp3 collection as well as local directories. It records full information about each file on the specified media and has a powerful searching tool that can help you find specific files. You can also select a list of files/dirs from the database and Biblos will help you copy them from the source media to the directory choosen.
Bongo
Bongo is a flexible and usable buffer-oriented media player for GNU Emacs.
Bookcase
Bookcase is a collection manager for KDE. It includes default collections for books, bibliographies, comic books, videos, music, coins, stamps, trading cards, and wines; it also allows custom collections and unlimited user-defined fields. The collection may be sorted by any property. Names are formatted automatically. Filters limit the visible entries by definable criteria. User can edit the default XSLT file for full customization for printing. Automatic ISBN validation is included. 'bookcase' can import CSV, Bibtex, and Bibtexml and export CSV, HTML, Bibtex, Bibtexml, and PilotDB.
BurnCDDA
'burnCDDA' is a console frontend to cdrdao, cdrecord, mpg123, oggdec, mppdec, normalize, and mp3_check. It can be used to create audio CDs from an M3U playlist (the playlist format of XMMS). It supports MP3, OGG Vorbis, Musepack, and WAV files, and it might be the easiest way to copy an audio CD.
Cantus
'Cantus' is a tool for tagging and renaming MP3 and OGG/Vorbis files. Its features include mass tagging and renaming of MP3s, the ability to generate a tag out of the filename, filter definitions for renaming, recursive actions, CDDB (Freedb) lookup (no CD needed), the ability to copy between ID3V1 and ID3V2 tags, and more.
Christine
Christine lets you play your audio and video files in the same application. In a very very easy way. As christine is inteded to be small, and cute we currently had no support for internet radio station, but we will in the future.
Cmus
cmus (C* Music Player) is a small, fast and powerful console audio player for Unix-like operating systems. It supports almost all common file formats, SHOUTcast/Icecast streaming, and multiple output plugins. cmus features multiple media library views, a playqueue, a directory browser, powerful filters, and vi-style search and keybindings. The text-only design reduces the resources needed to run the program, making it a strong choice for older or less-powerful computers as well as systems where a graphical environment is not available.
Cutmp3
'cutmp3' is a small command line MP3 editor. It lets you select sections of an MP3 interactively or via a timetable and save them to separate files without quality loss. Silence and ID3 tag searching are also possible. For playback it uses mpg123. The program works with VBR files and files bigger than 2GB.
DeaDBeeF
DeaDBeeF (as in 0xDEADBEEF) is a graphical, yet lightweight audio player.
Digital DJ
DigitalDJ is an SQL-based mp3-player frontend designed to work with Grip. When Grip encodes mp3 files, it places all song information into an SQL database. DigitalDJ then uses this information to create playlists based on various criteria. * Manage a database of CDs in MP3 format * Interacts with Grip to add song information as you rip * Create playlists based on song properties such as Artist/Disc/Genre/Tempo * Play songs via an external MP3-player * Condensed mode with small screen footprint and scrolling display * Nifty BPM-O-Matic beats-per-minute calculator * Keeps track of number of plays and last play for song/disc/artist


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