- Home Page: coonsden.com
- Latest Version: 1.3.1 - December 03, 2013
- 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 superseedes the (GTK-based) Client:Guimup, which is now obsolete.
The clean interface makes controlling MPD's many features easy and intuitive. The focus is on mouse handling (playlist management by drag-'n'-drop). Playback functions are directly accessible from the system tray.
- Supports album art (stored locally).
- Supports audio streams.
- Songs can be listed in several modes: directories, artists, albums, genres and playlists.
- Songs can be searched by title, album, artist or genre.
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 1.3.1, December 03, 2013):
- Added: Support for the 'Disc Number' tag.
- Added: Stream loader can handle compound urls better.
- Added: Manually override MPD's (remote) music dir.
- Fixed: Crash upon calling mpd_return_pair (Archlinux).
- Fixed: Player changed position after hide-show toggle.
- Fixed: Allow more time to connect to MPD at start-up.
- Fixed: Possible wrong sorting order of dragged items.
- Coded: Project 'includes' libmpdclient using pkg-config.