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* What it is
* Common Mistakes
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What it is
* noatun: a multimedia player for sound and movies, very extensible due to
it's plugin interface
* aktion: a player specialiced on movies, needs xanim
* kaudiocreator: CD ripper and audio encoder frontend.
* kaboodle: light media player
* tdemid: A standalone and embeddable midi player, includes a karaoke-mode
* tdemidi: midi player, can use sound patch files and create a WAV file
* kmix: the audio mixer as a standalone program and Kicker applet
* kscd: A CD player with an interface to the internet CDDB database
* krec: A recording frontend using aRts
The following are libraries and plugins that are building the core
infrastructure of above applications:
* arts: a versatily multimedia system the consists of various little
building blocks that you (or an application) can combine in
almost arbitrary ways to create sound and video processing pipes
* tdefile-plugins: provide meta information about sound files
* mpeglib: a library for MPEG 1 (layer I, II and III) encoded files
* mpeglib_artsplug: wrapped mpeglib to make it aRts-aware
* mpg123_artsplugin: a trimmed down mpg123 made aRts-compatible
* oggvorbis_artsplugin: support for ogg-vorbis (not included) in aRts
* xine_artsplugin: ??
* libkcddb: a library for retrieving and sending cddb information
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