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TagLib
TagLib is a free library for reading and editing metadata embedded into audio files. It is capable of reading and editing all relevant metadata formats for audio files, including APEv2, ID3 and Vorbis comment. It can find tags in a number of different formats (.mp3, .ogg, .spx, .mpc, .ape, .flac, .wv, .tta, .wma, .m4a/m4b/m4p/mp4/3g2, .wav, .aif .opus (since version 1.9)). Unicode is supported. Language bindings exist for the programming languages C (minimal), Perl, Python, and Ruby. TagLib is developed in ''C++'' and has no runtime dependencies on other software. The library is distributed as Free Software under the terms of either the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL) or the Mozilla Public License (MPL). It is platform independent and officially supports several Unix-like operating systems (such as Linux and OS X), and Windows. Installation on popular Linux distributions is possible using the default package sources, and even pre-installed in popula ...
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Amarok (software)
Amarok is a free and open-source music player. It is available for Unix-like, as well as for Windows and macOS systems. Although Amarok is part of the KDE project, it is released independently of the central KDE Software Compilation release cycle. Amarok is released under the terms of the GPL-2.0-or-later. History The project was originally started by Mark Kretschmann as a means of improving XMMS due to several usability problems, which interfered with the addition of new files to the playlist due to several user interface elements existing for one task. The original amaroK was created based upon the idea of a two-pane interface seen in Midnight Commander, and the first version of the software released solely by Kretschmann, was based upon the ideal of allowing users to drag-and-drop music into an interface in which the playlist was displayed on the right and information on the left. After the initial release of AmaroK, several developers joined the project to form the ...
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