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Quod Libet (Music Management Program)

Quod Libet is a music management program. It provides several
different ways to view your audio library, as well as support
for Internet radio and audio feeds. It has extremely flexible
metadata tag editing and searching capabilities.

Ex Falso is a tag editor with the same tag editing interface
as Quod Libet.

Operon is a command line music tagger.

The user guide is available online at:

To build a user guide for offline use, install Sphinx and
sphinx-rtd-theme, and run:

DOCS=yes ./quodlibet.SlackBuild

Quod Libet supports both GStreamer and XINE as audio backends.
If you use XINE, you do not need the gst-plugins-* dependencies.
See this link for how to switch to the XINE backend:

Optional dependencies:

* gst-plugins-bad-nonfree, gst-plugins-ugly - for extra audio codecs
* libmodplug - for MOD file support
* musicbrainzngs - for the musicbrainz plugin
* pyinotify - for the auto library update plugin
* webkit2gtk4 - for the lyrics window plugin
* paho-mqtt - for the MQTT plugin

This requires: feedparser, python3-sgmllib3k, mutagen

Maintained by: Nick Smallbone
Keywords: music,management,tag,gst-python,mutagen,gst-plugins-good,gst-ffmpeg,gst-plugins-bad,gst-plugins-ugly,audio player,tag editor,multimedia,python,trackback,faulthandler
ChangeLog: quodlibet


Source Downloads:
quodlibet-4.5.0.tar.gz (4d8ac6fb4a89d25d99952f5e7e763d9d)

Download SlackBuild:
quodlibet.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Individual Files:

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