XiX Player is a free easy to use multi-platform music player that currently runs in Linux, Linux ARM (Raspberry Pi), Windows & MacOS Intel
Supports the following file formats: MP3, OGG, M4A (non-DRM), AAC, FLAC, OPUS, APE
Play & Rip your CD to MP3 or FLAC. CD-Text and CDDB support
Rip DVD tracks to MP3 or FLAC. Needs mplayer.
See albums the choosen artist is on and vice versa
Create and use Playlists
Online Radiostations + Presets
Record Online Radiostations
Schedule Radiostation recordings
Listen & Download Podcasts
Play License free audio from the Internet Archive
Show the lyrics and CD-Covers of the song being played
Shuffle and Repeat
Rate your songs
EQ + FXs (Flanger, Echo & Reverb)
Set EQ for individual songs
Copy, Delete or Rename the file
Change ID3 tag (only for MP3/OGG/FLAC/APE)
Your music is shown in different tabs like Artist, Albums, Playlists or File Manager.
It is easy to create and maintain your own playlists. There is an integrated lyric viewer that searches for the lyric of the song you are listening to. If the CD Cover is found it is also shown.
The application is a fresh development that is intended as a hobby project. Language used is Lazarus/FreePascal and most development is done in Linux.
The player is still in early testing (alpha) phase, so do not expect everything to work yet. If you think that something is wrong or you have a great idea to implement, please mail me.
Windows support is also limited because I don't use Windows myself.
This software makes uses of modiefied sources of the AUDIO TOOLS LIBRARY. These modified sources can be downloaded at the download page.
Audio support by UnSeen Development
BASS is an audio library for use in software on several platforms. Its purpose is to provide developers with powerful and efficient sample, stream (MP3, MP2, MP1, OGG, WAV, AIFF, custom generated, and more via OS codecs and add-ons), MOD music (XM, IT, S3M, MOD, MTM, UMX), MO3 music (MP3/OGG compressed MODs), and recording functions. All in a compact DLL that won't bloat your distribution.
I would like to thank Ian (BASS developer) and JOBnik! (FX Addon) for their great work.
Kudos to the following people and sites:
Gyönki Bendegúz (Hungarian, Magyar)
Giacomo Margarito (Italian)
Karl Vaeversted (Danish)
José Maschiovechio (Spanish)
JIM - Bringing the ARTWORK to a higher level
Audio Tools Library (ATL) - programming tools for Borland Delphi to handle various audio files
Theodore M Rolle, Jr. - for being a PITA :) and bringing good reports, ideas and bug hunting ...
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