Rediscover Your Music!
Versatile and easy to use audio player for KDE, Amarok tries to be a little different, providing a simple drag and drop interface that really makes playlist handling easy.
- rapid playlist creation, with drag and drop from a directory view
- nice playlist browser for your existing playlists (PLS or M3U formats)
- collection-indexing support, for smart browsing and playlist creation
- possibility of accessing media via kioslaves, allowing you to play via smb:// or fish:// (normal streams are of course supported)
- inline ID3 tag editing, capable of retrieving tags via MusicBrainz
- album cover support: automatically displays album covers from the filesystem, or downloaded on the fly
- miscellaneous audio effects, including crossfading
- easy bindable global shortcuts, rich DCOP interface
- On-Screen Display (OSD), on track change or at keypress
- iPod and iRiver support
- Last.fm stream playing support (if ruby is installed)
Support for libvisual visualization plugins is also compiled in (you need to have libvisual-0.4-plugins installed to be able to use it).