Qmmp with default skin
|Developer(s)||Qmmp Development Team|
|Initial release||March 21, 2007|
1.3.4 / August 27, 2019
|Operating system||Cross-platform: Linux, FreeBSD, Windows|
|Available in||English, Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, Japanese, Hebrew, Czech, Lithuanian, German, Dutch, Hungarian|
|License||GPL 2+ (free software)|
qmmp (for Qt-based MultiMedia Player) is a free and open-source cross-platform audio player that is similar to Winamp. It is written in C++ using the Qt widget toolkit for the user interface. It officially supports the operating systems Linux, FreeBSD and Microsoft Windows. In most popular Linux distributions, it is available through the standard package repositories. It is the only audio player not featuring a database that uses the Qt library.
qmmp is known for its small, themeable user interface and low use of system resources. The user interface and behaviour is very similar to the at its time very popular Winamp. By supporting Winamp (Classic) skin files it can easily be configured to look exactly the same as Winamp 2.x. It is also catering for more discerning or audiophile listeners with support for cue sheets and volume normalization according to the ReplayGain standard. Album cover art is supported using separate sidecar files or embedded in ID3v2 tags and can be automatically fetched if missing.
- A simple, intuitive user interface
- Ogg Vorbis, FLAC and MP3 music playback support
- Support for multiple artist and performer tags per song
- A notification area icon
- Plugin support
- Translations into many languages
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