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    The list of Linux music players with CUE sheet support

    30th April 2010

    Last updated: 2011-12-13

    • Clementine music player
    • DeaDBeeF (as in 0xDEADBEEF) is an audio player for GNU/Linux systems with X11 (though now it also runs in plain console without X, in FreeBSD, and in OpenSolaris) with CUE sheets support
    • AudioPlayer51 is a free, open-source, cross-platform audio player written to handle FLAC files and CUE sheets (exclusively). If you don’t use FLAC files and CUE sheets, you won’t find AudioPlayer51 very useful.
    • Amarok: only for WAV+CUE, doesn’t currently support FLAC+CUE; version 2.3.1 is promised to fully support CUE sheets
    • Audacious (through the .cue plugin)
    • QMMP (haven’t tested this one)
    • XMMS through mp3cue (also untested)
    • foobnix (untested, suggested in this comment)
    • cueplay

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    8 Responses to “The list of Linux music players with CUE sheet support”

    1. Suporte aos ficheiros .cue em Linux | Bitaites Says:

      [...] Esta página contém uma lista de vários players que os utilizadores de Linux podem experimentar e que suportam .cue sheets. Espero que possa servir de ajuda. « Any Cover You Like [...]

    2. Installing DeadBeef music player on Debian Says:

      [...] The list of Linux music players with CUE sheet support [...]

    3. Hans Says:

      There’s also cueplay.

    4. Bogdan Says:

      Added to the list, thanks.

    5. Announ Says:

      Clementine also has CUE sheet support.

    6. Bogdan Says:

      Thanks for pointing that out! – added the link to the post.

      Actually, Clementine is my current favourite player – for being simple and feature-rich at the same time.

    7. Hans Says:

      Banshee community extensions now also have CueSheet support.
      It still in the GIT repository.

    8. QMMP user Says:

      QMMP works perfectly…

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