[Om2008.9] Using Freerunner as a digital audio player
tkoeck at gup.jku.at
Wed Oct 15 01:10:25 CEST 2008
I'm using debian. Since epeg is still not in the debian repository so I
compiled it from the source package I got from
(First I wanted to use epsilon instead of epeg but the version I had always
produced a strange error, it always wanted to write the thumbnail
Here are the compiled packages:
Am Tuesday 14 October 2008 23:46:46 schrieb Max Giesbert:
> hi just tried to build your app. how did you get epeg into your
> toolchain? can't find it in the repos...
> i get the following when running: $om-conf audioplayer
> checking for E... configure: error: Package requirements (
> ) were not met:
> No package 'epeg' found
> p.s. the screenshots look promising!
> Thomas Köckerbauer schrieb:
> > I was also searching for an audioplayer meeting my requirements (which
> > are quite basic), but none of those I found really fullfilled them. So I
> > started to make a new one, which is not really finished yet (I wanted to
> > make it a bit more complete before I announce it, but I thought it might
> > fit to the discussion). I did not invest a lot of time because I did not
> > find a working headset to 3,5mm plug adapter yet (now I'm planing to
> > build one myself), but since I read now that the audio quality should be
> > that good I have to admit that I got a bit dismotivated.
> > If somebody is interested it looks like this:
> > http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer1.png
> > http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer2.png
> > http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer3.png
> > http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer4.png
> > The source can be found here (be warned its a bit of a hack right now):
> > http://www.gup.jku.at/~tkoeck/audioplayer/audioplayer.tar.gz
> > You have to place the binary and the edj file into the same directory
> > (the edj file has to be in the working directory) and start it with:
> > audioplayer <music-root-dir>
> > It uses libmad and requires about 15% cpu for decoding an average mp3
> > file. I'm thinking about to remove libmad and making a gui plugin for
> > mplayer from it, which would support more file formats (but from what
> > I've seen in the mplayer source this would be quite some work).
> > Comments and contributions are welcome :)
> > Am Tuesday 14 October 2008 20:42:32 schrieb Clemens Kirchgatterer:
> >> Xavier Cremaschi <omega.xavier at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> I just want a single view named "Folders" (which would be a file
> >>> explorer) instead of the existing "Albums", "Artists", "Genre".
> >>> I totally understand that a tag-based player could be interesting for
> >>> some people, but I *know* where my files are in my collection.
> >> FULL ACK!
> >> i allways find it strange if i can't make a playlist by simply
> >> selecting a directory from the filebrowser view.
> >> clemens
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