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DeaDBeeF Audio Player 0.7.2
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OscarTalks


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PostPosted: Thu 04 Feb 2016, 19:55    Post subject:  DeaDBeeF Audio Player 0.7.2
Subject description: Released May 2016
 

Still my favourite audio player.
http://deadbeef.sourceforge.net
Official static build is a little bigger than a compiled version but should play latest formats such as opus. Version 0.7.2 assembled as .pet package for various Pups including Wheezy, Precise, Slackware 14.0 Slackos. Installs under /usr/local/deadbeef

Plugins which give errors or which are non-standard in Puppy have been removed. NLS locales are not split off as a separate package.

Does NOT run in Wary - invalid pointer error

NOTE:- Other DeaDBeeF packages by other people are available. These may be compiled versions or have different configurations. Mine are uploaded for illustration or experimentation purposes and to invite feedback or comments.

Download from:-
http://smokey01.com/OscarTalks

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Moat

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PostPosted: Fri 05 Feb 2016, 02:25    Post subject:  

Thanks for this, OscarTalks - my favorite player, too!

Installed your "big" deadbeef-static-0.7.0-i686.pet here on a liveCD session of Precise 5.7.1 Retro - all working dandy. Dare I say, maybe even a bit faster opening and lighter on CPU than previous (0.6.1.3?) builds - which were already about the least resource-hungry music players I've found.

Getting to be about time for another remaster, then... Smile

Thanks again!

Bob
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PostPosted: Fri 18 Mar 2016, 22:54    Post subject:  

Bugfix version 0.7.1 now out.
Static build is still a good choice for lots of Puppies.
See first post.

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Mar 2016, 11:55    Post subject: the song goes on when deadbeafshut down  

Smile i prefer Gnome-Mplayer !
Ok deadbeaf does the job for audio, excepted that the song goes on when deadbeaf has been shut.. Perhaps settings in Pupjibaro are wrong. I am searching what is wrong.
question asked to Josejp2424, but wheezy stopped
Main features for music lovers (the list is most likely far from complete):
mp3, ogg vorbis, flac, ape, wv, wav, m4a, mpc, tta, cd audio (and many more)
sid, nsf and lots of other popular chiptune formats
ID3v1, ID3v2.2, ID3v2.3, ID3v2.4, APEv2, xing/info tags support
character set detection for non-unicode id3 tags - supports cp1251 and iso8859-1
unicode tags are fully supported as well (both utf8 and ucs2)
cuesheet (.cue files) support, with charset detection (utf8/cp1251/iso8859-1)
tracker modules like mod, s3m, it, xm, etc
HVSC song length database support for sid
gtk2 interface with efficient custom widgets
no GNOME or KDE dependencies
minimize to tray, with scrollwheel volume control
drag and drop, both inside of playlist, and from filemanagers and such
control playback from command line
global hotkeys
multiple playlists
album artwork display
18-band graphical equalizer
metadata editor
user-customizable groups in playlists
user-customizable columns with flexible title formatting
radio and podcast support for ogg vorbis, mp3 and aac streams
gapless playback
plugin support; bundled with lots of plugins, such as global hotkeys and last.fm scrobbler; sdk is included
duration calculation is as precise as possible for vbr mp3 files (with and without xing/info tags)
was tested and works on x86, x86_64 and ppc64 architectures. should work on most modern platforms

Merci stu90 for the description.
Smile Merci OscarTalks , for this egg (pet) layed Eastern 2016. deadbeef-static-0.7.1-i686.pet: 7629 K added in my basket.
Français d'outre-mer : version 7.2 Notre cousin du Quebec vous aidera si Besoin, Exclamation Cliquez sur le bleu !

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PostPosted: Thu 31 Mar 2016, 15:25    Post subject: Re: the song goes on when deadbeafshut down  

Hi Pelo -

Pelo wrote:
... excepted that the song goes on when deadbeaf has been shut...


I think this setting might work for you;

Menu>Edit>Preferences>GUI/Misc tab>Player tab - and un-tick "Close minimizes to tray".

I actually like that feature, allowing Deadbeef to run in the background and be controlled across multiple desktops without using up precious workspace on the taskbar.

OscarTalks' bugfix static build 0.7.1 .pet working perfectly here on Precise 5.7.1 Retro. Thanks!

Bob
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PostPosted: Sun 29 May 2016, 07:18    Post subject:  

Static DeaDBeeF .pet package updated to Version 0.7.2 (32bit)
NLS locales are included, I didn't bother splitting them out.
See first post and see deadbeef website for changelog.

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PostPosted: Sun 29 May 2016, 10:32    Post subject:  

I know! Smile
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PostPosted: Sun 29 May 2016, 21:32    Post subject: Ob precise (Build Vicmz)  

DeaDBeeF Audio Player 0.7.2 tested at home with Ob precise (Build Vicmz). It's a Player that plays all my songs, from oldest to newest
DeaDBeef in Quickpet Precise is version 0.6.0.

Use DeaDBeef for Puppies without Mplayer installed
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PostPosted: Mon 30 May 2016, 00:09    Post subject:  

If you have to go with a linux audio player, I think the best in terms of sound is mplayer, the others are all crap in terms of sound quality in my opinion.
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PostPosted: Mon 30 May 2016, 03:05    Post subject: Mplayer and Gnome were the default tools for audio and video
Subject description: I am retro-fitting my Puppies collection to Precise, because of that
 

Mplayer and Gnome were the default tools for audio and video, i had nothing to change in the previous Puppies. Unfortunately our Puppy-builders seem to have a different opinion. Evil or Very Mad
I am retro-fitting my Puppies collection to Precise, because of that

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PostPosted: Mon 30 May 2016, 03:41    Post subject:  

Okay, I need to explore Deadbeef more. Looks promising, doesn't sound too bad but the equalizer seems to be a total overkill. Need to spend some time to get the best settings for my setup One huge plus is that it can proceed from the playlist position where it exited from.
Edit: I take back what I said about the sound, it is BAD, mplayer much better.
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PostPosted: Mon 30 May 2016, 06:44    Post subject: nic007, i was fully satisfied too with Mplayer  

nic007, i was fully satisfied too with Mplayer, never a claim in the forum, the topic was not even created in Multimedia section, in spite of Mplayer has been the default player for Puppy for years. The repair shop was ennoying. So they decided to change it Smile
However, DeaDBeef is a good one, everywhere well appreciated by the professional of audio apps on he web. You should not be deceived.

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PostPosted: Mon 30 May 2016, 07:36    Post subject:  

My computer is hooked up to hi-fi equipment. I hate poor sound and mplayer is passable but not any of the other linux players I've tried. I guess if you listen through computer speakers (as most probably do) it will be difficult to rate/experience the true sound quality. Again, I'm only rating in terms of sound quality and not other features.
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PostPosted: Mon 20 Jun 2016, 05:15    Post subject: What about car speakers  

Sure the sound quality will be dependent on the worse element of the chain. Computers speakers generally would not be worth of using huge ogg pieces of music. At home use your Cds on your Hi-Fi material,
What about car speakers , Ogg an flac are they too much ?

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PostPosted: Sun 24 Jul 2016, 15:43    Post subject: DeaDBeeF Audio Player 0.7.2 fails with grey008  

DeaDBeeF Audio Player 0.7.2 fails with grey008, the new carolina puppet XFCE.. But Quod Libet works.
Aqualung remains my prefered one

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