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Comment by elQuero
about Quod Libet · May 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Very light on resources and with a lot of plugins. There are plugins for backgroud execution and MPRIS control!

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@Screenshot guy

Comment by Muntoo
about Quod Libet · Oct 2013 · Helpful Not helpful

Nice taste in music, brah.

\m/

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Comment by xtnsgo
about Quod Libet · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Gives you a lot of control over your library. Very nice, but a bit of a resource-pig.

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Comment by hannyjuca
about Quod Libet · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

This is it! The best audio player, audio library manager, tag editor, replaygain scanner, album art fetcher for linux! It's lightweight GTK interface, together with it's low memory and processor footprint, simple but usefull interface with it's covert art displaying album library makes it the clear winner. Now with gapless playback it's unrivalled in the ugly world of bad music players around. There's a light at the end of the tunnel for linux audiophiles and collectors! Finally, I don't miss Foobar2000 anymore!

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Comment by KapitaenM
about Quod Libet · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful

Quod libet is brilliantly simple. It's a music player, and once glance at the compact UI will help you understand that.

Not strong with plugins, but this isn't a big project. And in all frankness, that's what I like. It's a list of my albums, and a tag editor (in a separate application). :)

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.msi or .exe NOT available for WINdoze version

Comment by Ivan_Aurelius
about Quod Libet · Nov 2015 · Helpful Not helpful -1 Helpful

I find the prospects offered by this app intriguing. Nonetheless, it is commonly known that WINdoze users DO NOT 'build' any apps.

I am presently using WINdoze 8.1, and though I have only used it for two (2) weeks, it has proven a stable OS (I have a firewall and implemented other security measures which always helps).

I would like to try this app, however, if you note that a WINdoze version is available, I ask you post an .msi or .exe version--anything else offered to the WINdoze end users is alien.

(In the interim, foobar2000 will serve as substitute.)

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