Intone is an elementary based front end for mplayer written in C.
The recommended way to organise music is to put all the files in a folder (lets say Music), with sub folders named after artists (say Music ->Eagles) and with sub sub folders holding albums (that becomes Music->Eagles->Hell Freezes Over->*.mp3). That way, Intone can correctly organise your music collection into albums. It automatically creates a default playlist containing all songs and individual playlists for each album.
Intone requires and updated version of elementary and libsqlite3. If you have elementary on your phone upgraded to a level where the elementary test application shows you a demo of sliders and genlists, Intone should run on your phone.
opkg install libsqlite3-0 libelementary0 http://www.opkg.org/packages/intone_0.50_arm.ipk
* based on elementary * Automatic generation of playlists * remembers last playlist and song played * remembers position in a song if shut down with a song paused * accurate seek position * restore system alsa state on exit and on pause for incoming call * Settings page to set bass, treble, ui size, playlist looping and random play * Album art view toggle. Save the album art image as 'cover.jpg' in the songs directory. * prevent suspend during playing * pause on incoming call * seek-back button now seeks to 0 on the first press * next press plays the last song
I have been using this version of mplayer from FSO.
Gen usage details Type CPU Mem| ogg ~53% 3.1%| m4a ~21% 2.7%| mp3 ~8.7% 2.4%|
PaulTT has compiled a version of mplayer with tremor available here. This is better for ogg as below :- Gen usage details Type CPU Mem| ogg ~25.9% 2.7%| m4a ~24.7% 3.1%| mp3 ~7.5% 2.5%|
Of course, Chaitanya Chandel for creating and maintaining this great app! Rasterman for Elementary and for going easy ;-) Treviño for seeking patch, Icon ideas and general e tips. Łukasz Pankowski for the 'remember where paused' feature idea. Yogiz for the loop playlist feature idea. And everybody else who chipped in to tell me what to improve.