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Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 17.05.2006, 14:53 Uhr



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Mike

? was how does it analyse an MP3 and come up with some view of the 'mood' of the song. A playlist of 12 songs came up with a set of mood profiles in about 5 seconds.

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Mike Shepard
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 17.05.2006, 22:50 Uhr



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Phen:
The crossfading is enabled though Setting -> Configure amaroK -> Playback --> (check) Crossfading. And then select the how much you would like (I have mine set at 4000ms).
One of the new features of 1.4 is gapless playback. It is supposed to be a feature as long as you have xine-lib 1.1.1 installed. I do but still haven't figured out how to enable it, I did post this in the amaroK forum and am awaiting an answer. I will post when I figure it out Smilie
Edit: I did get one reply saying that if crossfading is disabled then gapless playback is autmatically enabled, I haven't been able to try this yet, but will play with it soon.

drb:
The analysing is done, by how often you play the song, when it was played last, rating, score, what songs are played around the same time as that song, how often a song is skipped, etc. All this info is stored in the database, so even if you just enabled the moods it will draw on what info is already availible from before. I'm sure it does some/alot of guessing also. Like said this is what I've gathered on it so far.

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phen
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 17.05.2006, 23:04 Uhr



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ah damm, "crossfading" was the word i didn't find ("song2song-fade"Winken) ...
i got libxine1.1.1 installed too, but the gaps seem to me to be quite normal Geschockt

i'd appreciate you to post the amarok-answers here Sehr glücklich thanks!
 
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hubi
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 17.05.2006, 23:29 Uhr



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phren,

amarok with libxine was playing mp3-files gapless without crossfading even with 1.3.8 onwards. Don't know, what they do, but there are now two cult-players: foobar2000 in Windows and amarok in Linux. Hope the amarok-people are doing a Windows-version, to rock the rest of the world Smilie

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Mike Shepard
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 28.05.2006, 05:13 Uhr



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Good news! An upgrade to amaroK is in the repo's now and it looks the the sqlite problem is fixed now. I have my ratings and favorite count is fixed, so you don't need to switch to mysql anymore. Keeps getting better!
Also it seeems gapless playback is enabled by default if crossfading is not enabled, btw. So upgrade and enjoy!

Cheers,
Mike

BTW -- www.kde-look.org has themes for amaroK, the Slightly Altered Blue Moon theme is the best http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php?content=33619

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DeepDayze
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 29.05.2006, 19:09 Uhr



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Amarok on Windows (not just on Linux) would definitely be fantastic, hubi Smilie
 
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Mike Shepard
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 30.05.2006, 06:27 Uhr



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How about on a Pocket PC pda? Sehr glücklich

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wegface
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 30.05.2006, 08:43 Uhr



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Amarok is a fine player thats for sure, but its not exactly lightweight. I always loved Foobar2000 in windows. Shame it works shakely in wine. Amarok should start eating some fruit and veg- i reckon it eats McDonalds...... Winken

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DeepDayze
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 30.05.2006, 14:31 Uhr



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wegface hat folgendes geschrieben::
Amarok should start eating some fruit and veg- i reckon it eats McDonalds...... Winken


Perhaps Amarok should be put on Slim-Fast Sehr glücklich

Valid point though...maybe the Amarok dev team can consider some performance and resource optimizations?
 
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Mike Shepard
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 31.05.2006, 07:46 Uhr



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Well doing some comparisons it seems foobar uses about 3000K, winamp uses about 10500K, Windows Media Player using 11000K and amaroK does seem to rank higher than all these. But I can't seem to get an exact amout used by it. (I'm sure someone will post it exactly later.) ps shows it using about 50000k but this is incorrect due to the shared libraries used. Read this article to understand better http://virtualthreads.blogspot.com/2006/02/understanding-memory-usage-on-linux.html So even though foobar may be more efficent I would still rather use amaroK. As music is one of the most used things on my computer and my music is very important to me, I would rather use on of the best programs I can find to play them. I definently want the crossfade for my music and the OSD bar is very nice, especially when listening to streaming radio. I do agree though that some people would prefer not to have all the feature available in amaroK so having a lite version also might not be a bad idea. I suppose it is all to personal preference but I am very happy with amaroK. (just my opion)

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wegface
Titel:   BeitragVerfasst am: 31.05.2006, 11:08 Uhr



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Music is most important here too. Amarok is far superior to the other linux audio players, and thats a sure fact. My only gripe with it (apart from its name sounding like ANORAK hee hee) is that it is rather heavy. When ive spoken to amarok devs there only comment was that my collection was too large- some 40GB+- thats not exactly large in my experience. I turn off nearly every bell and whistle amarok has aswell. I will however going on using amarok 24/7 to listen to my mp3's until something better comes along..... IF ever...... Peace. Smilie

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