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Potamus

https://offog.org/code/potamus/
lightweight GTK-based audio player

Potamus is a lightweight GTK-based audio player with a simple interface and an emphasis on high audio quality.

It was written as a reaction to players like Rhythmbox that use a complex database to keep track of a music collection. My preference instead is to make use of the filesystem for sorting music, so Potamus knows nothing about the files it's playing other than their names, and tries to make it as easy as possible to use your file manager to locate and play music.





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Adam Sampson maintainer


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Debian (Ref)https://tracker.debian.org/pkg/potamus
Downloadhttps://offog.org/files/


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