If your current media player is lacking features it may be time to try Banshee. The Banshee media player will allow you to play and sort your audio and video files with a user-friendly interface.
Banshee will now even keep all of your cover art organized. You can also burn and listen to audio CD’s using the Banshee media player. Internet radio support is already setup, as well as Podcast ability.
You can keep your party’s rocking with Banshee media player and the smart playlist features. This is how you can install Banshee from the Linux command line.
$ sudo apt-get install banshee
The first thing to do when starting Banshee is import some media. Look in the media menu for the import media option then select the files that you would like to appear in Banshee media player. Options are available to import local files and folders, or import your entire home folder. Videos from media devices can also be imported. Playlist files can be imported as well.
You can add music to the Banshee play queue to play songs in a sequence. You can add single tracks or entire albums to the play queue easily. Select items to add from your music library. then just drag them into the play queue. Or you can right click on the items in your library and select the add to play queue option. You can also drag and drop items inside the play queue to reorder them. Right click on items inside your play queue if you want to remove them, then select remove from play queue. You can also select the clear option to empty your entire play queue.