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musique is a 100% Java audio player that supports most popular formats * MP3 * OGG Vorbis * FLAC * WavPack * Monkey's Audio * WAV, AU, AIFF Also, musique can recode these formats into: * OGG Vorbis * Monkey's Audio * WavPack * WAV There is a built in support for CUE files, gapless playback, SHOUTCast/IceCast radio, Last.fm Scrobbling Building To compile, run "ant", then run either musique.sh or musique.bat to start the player You also can open the project in IDE - there are configurations for IntelliJ IDEA, NetBeans or Eclipse. Main class is com.tulskiy.musque.system.Main Requirements: Sun JDK 1.6, or OpenJDK 1.6 Shortcuts Z, X, C, V, B - prev, play, pause, stop, next Space - scroll to now playing Q - add selected tracks to queue Alt-Enter - tracks info / edit tags Del - remove selected tracks from playlist Ctrl T - new playlist Ctrl S - save playlist Ctrl F - Search Ctrl P - properties Ctrl W - closes window if tray is enabled, else quit program Ctrl Q - quit program GUI Tweaks Tray Icons On Gnome, tray icon is not transparent, so I have to draw background and gradient myself to blend in. Here are some colors for standard Gnome/Ubuntu themes that will make the tray icon seem transparent (written as Red, Green, Blue, can be set in Properties->Color and Fonts): Theme | Background 1 | Background 2 --------------------------------------------- Ambiance: 92, 91, 86 | 60, 59, 54 New Wave 58, 58, 58 | 42, 42, 42 Radiance 247, 244, 236 | 225, 215, 188 // other themes don't require gradient, so only one color Clearlooks 237, 236, 235 Dust 52, 51, 48 Dust Sand 193, 189, 191 High contrast 0, 0, 51 GTK LaF: On Ubuntu Maverick with GTK LaF and Ambiance theme, slider is too wide, you can fix it by adding 'gui.thumbWidth: 15' to $HOME/.musique/config Tabs are too tall, this is JRE bug, it's been around for 5+ years, and is, as many GUI bugs are, low priority Double-click speed on Linux is faster than system settings, it might be related to http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=221642 create ~/.Xresources, and add *multiClickTime: 400 Log Out and then Log back on Substitute 400 with your prefered time (in milliseconds). Mac OSX: add -Xdock:name="Musique" to musique.vmoptions to change program name in global menu Performance Notes The program should be run in client mode, not server, otherwise memory and CPU usage will be too high. I've tested the program in Windows 7 on Core 2 Duo 2.13 GHz, JRE 1.6u20 32-bit and average CPU load was less than 1. Memory consumption was around 30-40 Mb When I run the program in Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit and OpenJDK 1.6, memory consumption is also around 30-40Mb, but the CPU load is ~4%. However, deadbeef and rhytmbox use same amount of CPU so I guess it's because of PulseAudio. If you are running a 64-bit system and 64-bit JDK, it can not be run in client mode, so it is better to install a 32-bit JRE. Then just change path to jre in musique.sh Troubleshooting On Linux, Sun JRE is using oss for sound output and the implementation is known to be very buggy. Issues include conflicts with PulseAudio and Alsa - player throws LineUnavailableException when some other program is playing audio, or, when the player is running, other programs can not play sound. So if you use PulseAudio, it is best to install OpenJDK, which has good PulseAudio support (at least on Ubuntu). If you want to use Sun JDK instead of OpenJDK, you can copy PulseAudio support from OpenJDK to Sun JDK using these instruction: copy the following files from openjdk folder to java-sun folder ./jre/lib/(i386, amd64)/libpulse-java.so ./jre/ext/pulse-java.jar Another solution is to use padsp or aoss to redirect sound to pulseaudio or alsa, in this case, edit musique.sh. Find this line: # uncomment to use OSS emulation, fixes sound problems with Sun JRE's # DSP="padsp" uncomment last line. Change it to aoss if you use alsa (you might need to install the package first). Title formatting help: Everything is pretty much winamp/foobar2000 style: Currently the following tags are supported: %artist%, %title%, %album%, %year%, %genre%, %comment%, %length% - Don't need to explain these %genres% - multi-valued version of %genre% %albumArtist% - Album Artist (returns %artist% if album artist is not set) for MP3 I use album artist from TXXX %fileName% - filename without extension %file% - full file path %trackNumber%, %trackTotal% - track number formatted as a two-digit number and total tracks %track% - convenience method that returns raw track number as it is stored in tags %disc%, %discTotal% - disc number and total discs %codec% - returns codec (MPEG-1 Layer 3, FLAC, WavPack, Ogg Vorbis, Monkey's Audio, PCM) %recordLabels%, %catalogNos% - set of record label and catalog number values some technical info fields like %bitrate%, %totalSamples%, %bps%, %channels%, %songIndex%, %sampleRate%, %channelsAsString% (Mono or Stereo) $playingTime() - playing time of current song, if any You can also use some functions, but not many of them are implemented yet: $if1(arg1, arg2, arg3) - returns arg2 if arg1 is not empty, and arg3 otherwise $if3(arg1, arg2, ...) - returns first non-empty argument $strcmp(arg1, arg2) - returns 1 if arg1=arg2, empty string otherwise $isPlaying() - used to idicate that the song is currently playing, paused or in playback queue $combine(arg1, arg2) - formatter for multi-valued fields, where arg1 is values and arg2 is format separator '' - Regular strings are enclosed in single quotation marks [arg1 arg2] - will return contents only if at least on of the args is not empty Some sample usages: $if1($strcmp('MPEG-1 Layer 3', %codec%),'this is mp3','hurray to free formats') will compare field 'codec' with string 'mp3', and return 'this is mp3' if they are equal [%artist% - ]%title% - returns 'Artist - Title' if artist field is not empty, otherwise returns just 'Title' $if3(%title%, %fileName%) - returns file name without extension if title is empty $combine(%genres%, ', ') - returns genre list separated by comma (for example, "heavy metal, hard rock")