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Cantata

   1.5.2  

KDE Sound Application

Score 90%
Cantata
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  3498
Submitted:  Dec 21 2011
Updated:  Mar 23 2015

Description:

Cantata is a (yet another!) client for the music player daemon (MPD). Originally started as a fork of QtMPC, the code is now *very* different. Cantata can be compiled with KDE support, or as a pure Qt4 application. The interface is very configurable - most views can be shown as either a list or tree structure.

Currently Cantata has the following views:

1. Library - sorted as Album Artist (or Artist if Album Artist not set), Album, and finally Track.
2. Albums - displays albums as icons, sorted by their title.
3. Folders - displays MPDs virtual filesystem. (This view is hidden by default)
4. Playlists
5. Dynamic - dynamic playlists
6. Streams - allows saving of internet radio URLs, searching for stations via TuneIn or ShoutCast, station listings from; Digitally Imported (+Sky, JazzRadio, RockRadio), TuneIn, IceCast, ShoutCast, SomaFM, etc.
7. Online - Jamendo, Magnatune, SoundCloud, and Podcasts
8. Devices - enables copying from/to USB-Mass-Storage (UMS) and MTP devices, and ripping AudioCDs

The sidebar has a context menu, allowing you to control its style and what items are shown.

Refer to http://mpd.wikia.com/wiki/Client:Cantata, and https://cantata.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/README, for further information.




Changelog:

1.5.2
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1. Fix Ubuntu Touch builds.
2. When refreshing search menu, clear items first!
3. Fix setting of cover when existing cover is embedded in music file.
4. Fix OSX executable name for case-sensitive filesystems.
5. Hide ratings widgets, etc, in tag editor for devices and Mopidy, etc.
6. Use Control+Alt+Number as shortcut to toggle an output.
7. Don't allow to set short-cuts for actions that are menus.
8. Add high-dpi support to Linux and Windows Qt5.4 builds.
9. When calculating ReplayGain, if peak value is less than 0.00001 then assume the calculation is invalid.
10. When parsing podcast RSS, if episode is marked as video (e.g. video/mp4) but the url ends in an audio extension then it is proably an audio podcast.
11. Correctly initialise seach category.
12. Fix potential crashes on refresh.
13. Fix duplicate notification when Cantata is started whilst playing, or when 'Replace Play Queue' is used.
14. Only show output change notification if outputs menu was not previously empty.
15. Construct a new config object, rather than changing group, to avoid any race conditions.
16. If fading volume on stop, then reset volume just before stopping. Some outputs (e.g. pulse audio) only allow setting a volume whilst playing.
17. If 'url' entry is empty in 'enclosure' section of podcast RSS file, then use 'guid' text as url - if possible.
18. Fix copying of covers to UMS, etc, devices if song is transcoded.
19. Add an option for 64 bit non KDE linux builds to install helper apps to lib64 instead of just lib. Pass -DCANTATA_HELPERS_LIB_DIR=lib64 to cmake.
20. In tag editor, only mark rating as changed if it has been.
21. For Linux non-KDE builds, use login1 interface to detect system resuming.
22. Enable scrobble 'love' button even if scrobbling is disabled.
23. Don't crash when detecting an audio CD with no tracks.
24. When playing a digitally imported (or JazzRadiom, etc) stream from the favourites section, then modify the URL if the user has a premium account (to match what existing behaviour is stream is played from the station list)
25. Workaround build issues with SpeexDSP 1.2rc2
26. Use correct stream icon in playqueue for streams with no song details.
27. Fix FreeBSD build.
28. Respect carriage returns when displaying comments in context view.
29. Fix replaygain calculation when ffmpeg is using planar formats.
30. Enable 'save' button when reading ratings from multiple files.
31. Fix cantata-remote script (used for Unity launcher integration) when this uses qdbus.
32. Fix display of rating in tag dialog when only 1 file is being edited.
33. Fix fetching of ratings in table style playqueue.
34. Don't convert -ve track, disc, or years to unsigned - set to 0.
35. Bundle openSSL libs with windows builds.




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 Tag editor for DSD files

 
 by mlerota on: Aug 14 2014
 
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Is there any posibillity to add support for editing .dsf files? Tags can be viewed in Cantata, but you cannot change them.


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 Re: Tag editor for DSD files

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 14 2014
 
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What tag format do they use? ID3? Is it supported by TagLib?


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 Re: Re: Tag editor for DSD files

 
 by mlerota on: Aug 14 2014
 
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I don't know :-). Here is one sample. http://x336.claresco.hr/dl/dsd-sample.dsf
I have many files and no one works.


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 ReplayGain

 
 by imruska on: Aug 25 2014
 
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Hi, I don't know how ReplayGain is supposed to work, but it doesn't work with my collection.
I have FLAC files, and they have ReplayGain tags created by metaflac.
At the preferences - Playback - ReplayGain is set to Album, yet I can hear great differences between files of different albums in playback volume, where the AlbumGain (and/or TrackGain) value (i.e. the loudness of the files) differ.
This is for openSuse 13.1, Cantata 1.4.0.
ReplayGain didn't work for earlier versions of Cantata on openSuse, either.
Should I create the ReplayGain values by Cantata instead of metaflac? Or should Cantata read the ReplayGain tags of files directly?


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 Re: ReplayGain

 
 by CraigD on: Aug 25 2014
 
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You have used another tool to create ReplayGain tags, and MPD itself is in charge of reading these and playing back the file. So, how is this a Cantata issue? All Cantata does is control which ReplayGain mode (none, auto, track, album) that MPD shoud use. I'd check your version of MPD, and your MPD settings.

As for Cantata, it can read and update the ReplayGain tags. The code used to calculate this is preformed by libebur128. If you start the Cantata ReplayGain dialog with your pre-tagged files, does it show the existing ReplayGain settings?


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 Default Setting

 
 by ShalokShalom on: Sep 2 2014
 
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Why is the multi user setting pre selected, while the very most people aim to use a music client on the own desktop, please ?


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 Search Bug in Stream View

 
 by hgue on: Sep 6 2014
 
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First of all, awesome app! Why is this not in the standard repository of my distribution (Debian)?
I use the search feature for stream providers on a regular basis. I noticed that you have to quit the search field on the top before you can search within another providers stream list. That's kinda annoying and should be easy to fix. I use version 1.4.1 of cantata.

Ciao!


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 Re: Search Bug in Stream View

 
 by CraigD on: Sep 16 2014
 
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Yeah, I agree this is not optimal. Will be fixed for 1.4.2.

Also, please use the googlecode page to report bugs.


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 Failed to connect

 
 by bvbfan on: Nov 23 2014
 
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When delete ~/.config/cantata every try failed with: socket: Failed to bind to '~/.config/cantata/mpd/socket': No such file or directory
version 1.5.1


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 Cantata not playing .dsf files @ right sample rate

 
 by pocketwatch on: Mar 25 2015
 
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Shouldn’t Cantata be able to play .dsf and .dff audio files? These are the file-extensions for high-resolution DSD-audio files. Right now I can successfully play .dsf/.dff files in three other mpd clients — GMPC, Glurp and mpc — but not in Cantata. (It plays the file, but only at the lower sampling rates of 44100 or 48000). I’m using ALSA and have Pulseaudio turned off. ReplayGain is off. I’m running Cantata 1.5.2 on Ubuntu-MATE 14.04 LTS. Do I need a Cantata plugin for this or something? Does anyone know why Cantata seems not to be able to accommodate these formats while other clients can?


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 Re: Cantata not playing .dsf files @ right sample

 
 by CraigD on: Mar 25 2015
 
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Cantata itself does not play any files - files are played by MPD. Any playback issues are issues with MPD, not Cantata.

MPD supplies Cantata with a list of files, and Cantata asks MPD to play certain files - that's basically it. It's MPD that is playing the files.

I've never used DSF, etc. - but do these have 1 file per track? How does one song have multiple sample rates?

I guess, if there is more than 1 file per track (e.g. two files, with different samples rates in each) then Cantata could be adding the wrong file to the playqueue.


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