- Home Page: coonsden.com
- Latest Version: 1.3.2 - June 2014
- Maintainer(s): Johan Spee
- Description: QUIMUP is a graphical client for the music player daemon (MPD) written in C++ and QT4. The program can be used with most Linux desktops (KDE, GNOME, XFCE) and is covered by the General Public License. It's GTK-based counterpart is Client:Guimup (but way behind in development. Quimup is recommended on all platforms).
The clean interface makes controlling MPD's many features easy and intuitive. The focus is on mouse handling (playlist management by drag&-drop). Playback functions are directly accessible from the system tray.
- Supports album art (embedded or from file).
- Supports audio streams.
- Songs can be listed in several modes: artists, albums, genres, year, time-stamp, folder.
- Songs can be searched by title, album, artist or genre.
- Support for 'media keys'.
Availability and information:
- Downloads: sourceforge (bin and source)
- More information and Screenshots: coonsden.com
- Installation packages: Available for all recent Ubuntu and Debian versions
Latest changelog (Version 1.3.2):
now (also) depends on taglib.
- Fixed: Provided password was not used unconditionally.
- Fixed: Settings were not saved upon system shutdown/logout.
- Fixed: Could not find translation(s) in default location.
- Fixed: Music dir was not always found automatically.
- Added: Use embedded cover art (mp3 ogg mpc mp4 flac wv ape).
- Added: Player and Browser now respond to ‘media keys’.
- Added: Support for *.cue playlist files in folder view.
- Added: ‘Reset status’ to playlist context menu.
- Added: ‘-l none’ to cmd parameters to force internal locale.
- Added: More extensions are accepted for D&D operations.
- Other: Some cosmetic tweaks, as usual.