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13.0 > Multimedia > audacious-crossfade (0.3.14)

This plugin can be used to remove the gaps between two songs, or to 
smoothly crossfade inbetween.


* Crossfading
Crossfade between two songs, i.e. fade out the end of the current song
while fading in the beginning of the next for a smooth transition. Length
and volume of the fadings can be adjusted separately for fading in and

* Fadein/Fadeout
Smoothly fadein/fadeout at the beginning or end of playback.

* Continuous output
Keeps the audio device opened when switching from one song to the next.
When used with the Gap-Killer, this allows for seamless playback of whole
albums without any audible interruption between the tracks.

* Gap-Killer
Removes the short gaps of silence at the beginning and/or end of mp3
files. These gaps are caused by some mp3-encoders.

* Automatic detection of live albums
Automatically detects live albums and pre-mixed tracks which already are
crossfaded. For those tracks, crossfading can be disabled automatically.

* High quality
Audacious-crossfade can take special care to avoid the clicks some
soundcards produce when suddenly being stopped. Also, it can improve
quality when seeking within a song.

* Secondary effect plugin:
Audacious-crossfade allows you to select a second effect plugin. This is
usefull for example when using the volume normalizing plugin together
with the icecast plugin.

Maintained by: Luis Henrique
Keywords: audacious,plugin
ChangeLog: audacious-crossfade


Source Downloads:
xmms-crossfade-0.3.14.tar.gz (026c52544c7f3193d384288c9f8296aa)

Download SlackBuild:
audacious-crossfade.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 13.0

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

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