The Amarok 2.7 release delivers nearly 500 bug fixes, and an impressive list of new features. Here I will be reviewing some of the latest features after experimenting with 2.7 for a few days. Installation…
Now for a look at all of the available audio software for the Linux desktop. Here you can find several audio players, audio recorders, digital equalizer’s and DJ software. Please comment below if you have any audio software that you think should be added to the list.
High Quality Media Players
The selection of media players for Linux is also growing, and there are several full featured players to try. Some players will even automatically manage your album artwork.
With Ear Candy you can fade application volume in or out based on profiles and window focus. You can even automatically fade your audio when you receive a Skype call. You can also fade out music when videos are playing.
Ear Candy Features
Ear Candy will also reset your application volumes to their original levels after exiting. So take control of your audio and let it automatically function as you want it to.
Transmageddon is a small, fast, and easy to use video converter available for the Linux desktop. Transmageddon is excellent for converting your video files into a format that will work on all of your media devices.
This great application also supports many popular video formats as well, just make sure you have all of the required the gestreamer codecs if you receive errors.
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.
The OpenShot video editor for Linux is easy to use and very powerful. You can work with audio, video, or images to create cool video projects with amazing effects.
OpenShot will let you add subtitles to your videos, and you can export your videos to many popular video formats. This is a fantastic video editor with many effective features. You can even use OpenShot to adjust the gamma, hue, and brightness of your videos.
Much work has gone into the 2.2 release of Banshee media player. Banshee is among the most popular media players available for the Linux desktop.
Some Banshee Details
Banshee will now even support podcasts or internet radio. This powerful media player is well-known for its ability to synchronize with external devices and media players.