aTunes is a free and open-source audio player and organizer for cross-platforms “Linux, MAC OS X and Microsoft Windows”. aTunes supports many features such as multiple playlists, editing tags, advanced audio file organizer, OSD support, supported audio formats “mp3, ogg, wma, wav, flac, mp4”, ripping audio files from CDs, and many more features.
What’s new in aTunes 3.0.4 | Changelog
- Faster count of repository files.
- FIX: Add to play list and play when user uses “Open With” option in Windows.
- FIX: Error trying to remove repository folder from disk.
- FIX: Error removing favorite objects from device.
- FIX: Last play date loses hour and minute.
- FIX: Can’t add columns to search results dialog.
- FIX: Search numbers in title field does not work.
- FIX: Seek in progress slider must be fired when releasing mouse button.
Download aTunes 3.0.4
Ubuntu / Debian package ” Tested on Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal “.
tar.gz package, no installation required, just compress it and run the application.
Download aTunes 3.0.4 for other operating systesm.
[How to]: fix the “no player engine” issue
After installing the application on Ubuntu 12.10 Quantal Quetzal, I had this message when I start the application. So, I found on the download page that aTunes requires MPlayer or Xine to use it as a player engine for Linux platforms. So, all you need is just install MPlayer or Xine. For me, I installed MPlayer, and now it’s working fine.
sudo apt-get install mplayer
aTunes audio player.