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infestor
September 18th, 2009, 10:49 AM
currently i am using banshee but i have some problems with it:


runs too slow
cursor does not follow the playback

i was wondering can you guys suggest me a decent player which is more lightweight than banshee or amarok, has last.fm plugin and the damn cursor follows the playback.

ps: foobar2000 was my favourite player under windows.

vinutux
September 18th, 2009, 09:19 PM
currently i am using banshee but i have some problems with it:


runs too slow
cursor does not follow the playback

i was wondering can you guys suggest me a decent player which is more lightweight than banshee or amarok, has last.fm plugin and the damn cursor follows the playback.

ps: foobar2000 was my favourite player under windows.

1. Exaile

or

2. Listen music player

or

3. Youki music player

infestor
September 20th, 2009, 10:46 PM
1. Exaile

or

2. Listen music player

or

3. Youki music player

i have tried exaile but every time a song changes the interface just freezes for a whole minute...and i was complaining about banshee (oh also song search in it is really slow)!
i will try the other ones though.
goddamit, a fast running audio player shouldn't be that hard in Linux! i mean i just try listen to music not play latest demanding 3d shooter games!

mick222
September 20th, 2009, 10:48 PM
you could try Songbird or stick with rhythmbox.

vinutux
September 21st, 2009, 06:37 AM
Here is full list of known GUI musicplayers.........try one by one....:P



Audio players

1. Rhythmbox

2. Banshee

3. Exaile

4. Listen

5. Decibel

6. Gmusicbrowser

7. Quod Libet

8. Amarok

9. Songbird

10. atunes

11. Youki

12. Audacious

13. Christine

15. Gejengel

16. muine

18. Quark

19. juk

10. sonata

11. Gimmix

12. Aqualung

13. Bluemindo

14. Pympd

15. Mesk

16. GMPC

17. Goggles Music Manager

18. Jajuk

19. lsongs

20. jukes

.................:lolflag: