Audacious Music Player - App Review
The Audacious Rachel Show=Rachel interrogates Software Engineer
Ubuntu Alternative Media Player DeaDBeeF und Audacious
Ubuntu 12.04 - How to Install and Run Audacious
Install Audacious 3 3 3 Music Player New Release In Linux Mint 14
Ubuntu 12.10 : Audacious ... 3D Cube ... MyUnity ... ( german | deutsch )
Audacious 3.4.3 Freeware
Leah Busque: Have Big, Hairy, Audacious Goals And Take Baby Steps
24. (Video Tutorial) install audio player audacious di linux ubuntu 11.10
The Audacious Rachel Show=Rachel interrogates the VP Career Counselor.mp4
The Audacious Rachel Show=Rachel interrogates VP of Marketing-Employee Background Search Firm.mp4
Demonstration of Gnome-Shell integration for Audacious via a new plugin I wrote
Overview of HDR Efex Pro 2 - Nik Software
MP3 no Audacious - Fedora 20
agile audacious thief
How to dock plugins into the Audacious GTK interface
Reproductor Audacious (Skins)
!Audacious Youth - AYTV! 2.7.14
FormulaX - audacious design meets quality development by Alexandru Scutaru @ Propeople
How To Install Audacious Using PPA On Ubuntu 13.04
Audacious 3.4 Beta 1 Publicado UBUNTU LINUX UBUNTU
UWN S2E21 Ubuntu 12.10 Alpha1 | Audacious 3.2.3 | Fanless Linux Mint PC | Flowblade Video Editor
Techdiff Live @ Audacious vs. Mutiny (Edinburgh, 8th June 2013)
Brand Gnu: 07 - Ascoltare file audio e musica (Audacious)
audacious 3.4.1 замена deadbeef
Alex A - Audacious (Extended Mix)
Free Software You MUST Download - Tom's Top 5
Audacious CS 1.6 Intro
Audacious Kaudacious #1: What's up, World??
Audacious Gaming Присъедини се и ТИ!
Instrucciones conky audacious cover
Metal Slug Super Vehicle-001 - OST
PPA for Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS
Rachel's NEW Export file intro.wmv
The Souvenir Of Scars - Audacious.me
Más de 100 pieles para el reproductor audacious, en linux
Lesson 30 - Snake Oil Ponzi College Degree Programs.mp4
Audacious Survival #28 Nether Temple Epicness
Let's Play: Now Boarding - #2: Audacious Voice Changes
RainMaker Flow - MIA Sample
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Audacious is a free and open source audio player with a focus on low resource usage, high audio quality, and support for a wide range of audio formats. It is designed primarily for use on [2 ] POSIX-compatible systems such as Linux, with limited support for Microsoft Windows. Audacious is the default audio player in [3 ] Lubuntu and in Ubuntu Studio. [4 ] [5 ]
History [ edit ]
Audacious began as a
fork of Beep Media Player, which itself is a fork of XMMS. William "nenolod" Pitcock decided to fork Beep Media Player after the original development team announced that they were stopping development in order to create a next-generation version called BMPx. According to the Audacious home page, Pitcock and others "had [their] own ideas about how a player should be designed, which [they] wanted to try in a production environment." [6 ]
Since version 2.1, Audacious includes both the
Winamp-like interface known from previous versions and a new, GTK+-based interface known as GTKUI, which resembles foobar2000 to some extent. GTKUI became the default interface in Audacious 2.4.
Prior to version 3.0, Audacious used the GTK+ 2.x
toolkit by default. Partial support for GTK+ 3.x was added in version 2.5, while version 3.0 has full support for GTK+ 3.x and uses it by default. [7 ] [8 ]
Features [ edit ]
-like interface running on
with external .wsz Skin running on
Audacious contains built-in
Default codec support [ edit ]
MP3 using libmpg123
Advanced Audio Coding (AAC and AAC+)
Windows Media Audio (WMA)
Apple Lossless (ALAC) 150 different
module formats Several chiptune formats: AY, GBS,
GYM, HES, KSS, NSF, NSFE, SAP, SPC, VGM, VGZ, VTX PlayStation Audio: PSF1 and
PSF2 Nintendo DS Sound Format: 2SF
Ad-lib chiptunes via AdPlug library
WAV formats provided by
MIDI via native OS synthesizer control or TiMidity. CD Audio
Plugins [ edit ]
Audacious owes a large portion of its functionality to
plugins, including all codecs. More features are available via third-party plugins.
Current versions of the Audacious core classify plugins as follows (some are low level and not user-visible at this time):
Decoder plugins, which contain the actual codecs used for decoding content.
Transport plugins, which are lowlevel and implemented by the VFS layer.
General plugins, which provide user-added services to the player (such as sending tracks with AudioScrobbler)
Output plugins, which provide the audio system backend of the player.
Visualization plugins, which provide visualizations based on fast Fourier transforms of the wave data.
Effect plugins, which provide various sound processing on the decoded audio stream
Container plugins, which provide support for playlists and other similar structures.
Lowlevel plugins, which provide miscellaneous services to the player core and are not categorized into any of the other plugins.
Audacious has full support for
Winamp 2 skins, and as of version 1.2, some free-form skinning is possible. Winamp .wsz skin files, a type of Zip archive, can be used directly, or can be unarchived to individual directories. The program can use Windows Bitmap (.bmp) graphics from the Winamp archive, although native skins for Linux are usually rendered in Portable Network Graphics (.png) format. Audacious 1.x allows the user to adjust the RGB color balance of any skin, effectively making a basic white skin equivalent to millions of skins of different hues.
Clients [ edit ]
Audacious is intended to be a media player and not a client (unlike
XMMS2), though it accepts connections from client software, such as Conky.
Connection to Audacious for remote control can be done over plain
DBus, by using an MPRIS-compatible client, or using the official Audtool utility created just for this purpose.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
Further reading [ edit ]
External links [ edit ]
Mashpedia enables any individual or company to promote their own Youtube-hosted videos or Youtube Channels, offering a simple and effective plan to get them in front of our engaged audience.
Want to learn more? Please contact us at: email@example.com