Install DeaDBeeF 0.7.0 in Ubuntu 15.10, 14.04

deadbeef music player

DeaDBeeF music player has reached the 0.7.0 release after almost 6 months of development, which brings various fixes, performance optimizations, and some new features.

Changes since the last DeaDBeeF 0.6.2:

  • artwork: added cache cleaner, MusicBrainz backend,
    • configurable default picture, numerous bugfixes,
    • double-click / middle-click on empty area to create new playlist,
    • middle-click on playlist to remove it,
    • highlight current playlist, configurable columns,
    • sort columns by clicking their headers,
  • added “Skip to …” next/prev album/genre/composer actions (Christian Boxdörfer)
  • initial OS X support, with cocoaui, coreaudio and xcode project, only in GIT sources
  • added center-alignment option to playlist columns (Christian Boxdörfer)
  • added 1 and 5 second “Seek forward/backward” actions
  • new title formatting implementation, aiming to be compatible with fb2k, replacing the old one
  • added libmpg123 support as a 2nd backend to mp3 plugin, as default
  • added Tabs widget in Design mode
  • mp3: added LAME preset support
  • various improvements, fixes, and more and more in the RELEASE PAGE

deadbeef 0.7.0

How to Install DeaDBeeF 0.7.0:

You can choose download the PORTABLE build, non-install version (official):

DeaDBeeF Download Page

Or install it in Ubuntu via PPA (unofficial but well integrated):

1. For Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 14.04, and Ubuntu 12.04, launch terminal and run below commands one by one:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:starws-box/deadbeef-player

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install deadbeef

Or download and install the “deadbeef_0.7.0-3~codename~ppa1_i386/amd64.deb” package for 32-bit/64-bit system at THIS PAGE.


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