Install Xnoise 0.2.9 lightweight Media Player in Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal/Ubuntu 12.04 Precise/11.10 Oneiric/Linux Mint 13/12

Xnoise, a lightweight music player with minimal interface has been updated bringing in many new features and fixes. Xnoise is written in Vala and supports video playback making it one stop media application. Xnoise is a media player for GTK+ with a slick GUI, great speed and lots of features.

  • Fast searchable media library
  • Music and Video support
  • 'Smart playlists' for last played and most played tracks
  • ID3 tag editing
  • Automatic album art fetching
  • 'Now playing' pane
  • State restore
  • Can play any GStreamer media
  • Media key support
  • Lightweight and speedy
  • Plugins for UbuntuOne Music Store, MPRIS, LastFm (album art and scrobbling), Lyrics fetching, Notifications, Ubuntu Soundmenu, and so on.
  • And more!
What's new in this Release:
  • Redesign GUI for Settings-Dialog and for Add-Media-Dialog
  • use strip function on artist and album imports
  • Extend media import API
  • Extend item handler API
  • Add fix for window hiding/howing (Tal)
  • Update portugse translation (Sergio Marques)
  • Activate standard item handlers for dynamic playlists, too
  • Context menus for dynamic playlists
  • Add query interface for dynamic playlists
  • Fix keyboard opened menus for tracklist and musicbrowser
  • Use nautilus feature (if available) for file indication
  • Add FAQ entry to help menu
  • Magnatune: add support for ‘speechless’ streaming with user login
  • Magnatune: album downloads for registered users
  • Magnatune: add online change monitoring
  • Magnatune: use album images in Magnatune plugin
  • Magnatune: use genre in search/filtering
  • Magnatune: change store location of db
  • Update packaging data
  • Replace hard coded keycodes with the (now available) Gdk.Key.* constants
  • Recommend tumbler thumbnailing in packaging
  • Update debian package creation script (Tal)
  • Code cleanups
  • Various bug fixes

To Install Xnoise Media Player in Ubuntu/Linux Mint Open Terminal (Press Ctrl+Alt+T) and copy the following commands in the Terminal:

For other distro's check out site of Xnoise.
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