MAR
19
2005

Flexbeta: NeroLinux vs K3b

Flexbeta is running a side-by-side comparison (all-in-one page) of CD/DVD burners NeroLinux and K3b. K3b gains plenty of praise for its integrated user interface, look and feel, functionality, free license, and quite simply comes out on top.

MAR
10
2005

Announcing amaroK Live CD

The amaroK development team has teamed up with the Creative Commons sponsored Wired CD, published last year by Wired Magazine, to create a really cool Live CD called amaroK Live. It is an interesting extension of the project started by Wired using the Creative Commons licensing technique, which includes many of the principles embodied in free software.

FEB
17
2005

amaroK 1.2 First Player to Integrate Audioscrobbler

With its new 1.2 release, KDE-based media player amaroK becomes the first player to offer integrated support for Audioscrobbler. In close cooperation with the Audioscrobbler team amaroK developers have deployed exciting new ways to use the popular Internet service. Read on to learn about Audioscrobbler and new features in amaroK 1.2.

DEC
27
2004

TUX: Listen to the Music with KsCD

If you are looking for an easy to use program to listen to your favorite CDs then you should try KsCD. KsCD comes with KDE and it will most likely be installed by default. You can find it in the Kicker menu under 'Multimedia'. Life does not get much easier than this! Read the full article (with screenshots) at TUX Magazine for more details.

DEC
10
2004

Kiss GStreamer Video Player

DEC
3
2004

A Note From the Author of aRts

In a recent post to kde-core-devel Stefan Westerfeld, author of the KDE multimedia framework aRts, announced that he would no longer be maintaining it. He has written a note on further development of aRts explaining some of the problems with aRts' design decisions.

NOV
24
2004

Scott Wheeler: Perspectives on KDE Multimedia

Open for Business associate editor Eduardo Sánchez interviewed Scott Wheeler, creator and lead developer of JuK and a member of the KDE Multimedia team to find out where the KDE multimedia department is headed in general, and concerning a replacement for

NOV
22
2004

K3b: Easy CD Burning Program for Linux

K3b is a CD and DVD burning program for Linux. This online chapter from the book 'Point & Click Linux!' by Robin Miller will help you get started with this useful program right away.

NOV
18
2004

Illogic-al on amaroK

Gone are the days when KDE users would lament for an XMMS replacement.
With the likes of amaroK (down) and JuK on the
scene, it would seem that KDE Multimedia is gaining new fans. Which
brings us to this user's

SEP
28
2004

amaroK: Next Generation Audio Player Hits 1.1

Before amaroK was born, most KDE users were stuck with XMMS; others would even run console-based audio players. Now those days are over. amaroK, written for the KDE desktop environment with its slick GUI and plugable, engine-independent audio capabilities is coming to a computer near you!

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