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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Clementine is a multiplatform music player. It is inspired by Amarok 1.4, focusing on a fast and easy-to-use interface for searching and playing your music.

This release is compatible with the Clementine Remote application for Android which lets you control Clementine remotely from an Android device.

This release also adds support for Subsonic. And you can now listen to your music stored in Box, Dropbox, Skydrive and Ubuntu One. Last major new feature is the ability to "star" your playlists, so you can safely close them and restore them later from the new "Playlist" tab we've added in the left sidebar.

Other features
  • Add configurable blur & opacity to album art when used as a playlist background.
  • Support Opus where available.
  • Support .mka and .oga file extensions.
  • Parsing support for WPL playlists.
  • Sort providers by user preference.
  • Add year and bitrate to MPRIS2 messages.
  • Add "not equals" operator to fields in the smart playlist wizard.
  • Add an option to write ratings, play count and scores to files.* 
  • Add options to show the rating and score on the OSD.
  • Add support for POPM tags.
  • Add support for FMPS tags in Ogg, FLAC, MP4 and ASF files.
  • Compile the bundled Taglib with ASF, MP4 and Opus support.
  • Make it possible to cancel cover searches.
  • Add an option to resume playback on startup.
  • Add support for Performer and Grouping tags.
  • Add Radio GFM.
  • Add an Apply button to the settings dialog.
  • Make it possible to mark all episodes of a podcast as new/listened. 
  • Add an option for fading in/out on pause/unpause.
  • Add stereo balance slider to the equalizer.
  • Add a --restart-or-previous commandline flag.
  • Allow files to be transcoded directly from the playlist.
  • Export downloaded album cover
In this Tutorial I will tell you how to install clementine music playe 1.2 on Ubuntu / LinuxMint 

Installation Procedure

Step 1:Login as root user and add the Official PPA

add-apt-repository ppa:me-davidsansome/clementine

Step 2: Update the Repository

apt-get update

Step 3: Install Clementine player

apt-get install clementine

Thats it Clementine player installed successfully.........
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