QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

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QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-08 11:23

QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

which one is better for you?.. they all look very similar to me :roll: seems most promising and best audio players linux available

Can you provide main differences, advantages and disadvantages among all of them..

thanks a lot. :shock:
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby Hallvor » 2021-04-08 12:31

bester69 wrote:seems most promising and best audio players linux available


No Elisa?

https://elisa.kde.org/
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby arzgi » 2021-04-08 13:59

I use cmus, have used to it and it works very well. I will not claim it is the universally best.
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby Cyborg » 2021-04-08 17:47

I like Deadbeef and Audacious, but at the moment I'm using Audacious a lot more because it has a better equalizer. I haven't tried Quodlibet, sorry.
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Postby dilberts_left_nut » 2021-04-08 19:40

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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-08 22:54

Cyborg wrote:I like Deadbeef and Audacious, but at the moment I'm using Audacious a lot more because it has a better equalizer. I haven't tried Quodlibet, sorry.

Quodlibet seems to have a great equalizer in plugins, very similar to DeaDBeef and Audacioud wouldn know to say which one is better, thats why i asked

its has over 80 plugins.. a lot of things there
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-08 22:58

dilberts_left_nut wrote:http://gmusicbrowser.org/

wouldnt be better Guayadeque or Rythtmon for that kind of linux player.. gmusicbrowser doesnt seem very popular to me, I think is not available in most repos.
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-08 23:01

arzgi wrote:I use cmus, have used to it and it works very well. I will not claim it is the universally best.

cmus would be amazing if were able to play cloud music, specially youtube like mps-youtube...
I love mps-youtube but is not continued.. so Im using tizonia with youtube and soundcloud
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-08 23:02

Hallvor wrote:
bester69 wrote:seems most promising and best audio players linux available


No Elisa?

https://elisa.kde.org/

New one???, trying right now :o

Crazy thing, its a windows10 music player framework...peace of ugly monster :shock:... dont like it at all..but i undestand it can have its kind of public.- for tastes nothing is written...I prefer Clementine or Strawberry style in this case...Uninstalling!!
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby Hallvor » 2021-04-09 04:06

Did you install the Windows 10 version with Wine? :lol:

It is a KDE project and integrates perfectly with the Plasma desktop.

https://i.imgur.com/QMwjqGr.png

Clementine and Strawberry are nice, but none of them integrate well in Plasma.
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby MALsPa » 2021-04-09 07:36

DeaDBeeF and Audacious are my current favorites. I'm not sure yet which one of the two I like more, but I've been using DeaDBeeF the most lately. I only recently found out about DeaDBeeF; I've been using Audacious for some years. Either one of those seems like a better fit for me than Quod Libet (which I haven't played around with much).
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-09 08:43

Hallvor wrote:Did you install the Windows 10 version with Wine? :lol:

It is a KDE project and integrates perfectly with the Plasma desktop.

https://i.imgur.com/QMwjqGr.png

Clementine and Strawberry are nice, but none of them integrate well in Plasma.

looks like this, and that thing its a Microsoft software; even saw same icons like windows login icon..
I think elisa might use a .Net framework or a very similar java's one :mrgreen:

It seems like a good music app, very cool and elegant, but very simple to my taste and guess same for most of people..doesnt look like linux kind of app

integration surelly is good, but its out of tune for linux..

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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby bester69 » 2021-04-09 08:48

MALsPa wrote:DeaDBeeF and Audacious are my current favorites. I'm not sure yet which one of the two I like more, but I've been using DeaDBeeF the most lately. I only recently found out about DeaDBeeF; I've been using Audacious for some years. Either one of those seems like a better fit for me than Quod Libet (which I haven't played around with much).

I found out QuodLibet recently , and thought is litle known yet doesnt seem less than the others two.. Im using it now to play soundcloud music, was using tizonia command line, but tizonia doesnt allow me to playback fordward....Im very happy , now i can listen soundcloud music propertly with a linux client and tiny cpu consume.
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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby Hallvor » 2021-04-09 09:18

bester69 wrote:
It seems like a good music app, very cool and elegant, but very simple to my taste and guess same for most of people..doesnt look like linux kind of app

integration surelly is good, but its out of tune for linux..


You are obviously trolling, and that screenshot was as atrocious as the rest of your desktop. :mrgreen:

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Re: QuodLibet vs Audacious vs DeaDBeef ?

Postby /tmp » 2021-04-09 10:20

Thanks for sharing information about QuodLibet; I'm going to try it out when I get home from work.
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