< Amarok | Development Revision as of 06:41, 27 September 2012 (view source)Bart.Cerneels (talk | contribs)← Older edit Revision as of 06:43, 27 September 2012 (view source) Bart.Cerneels (talk | contribs) m (formatting)Newer edit → Line 1: Line 1: −=== Vision ===+== Vision == + Amarok 3: The revival of the desktop music player! Amarok 3: The revival of the desktop music player! Line 12: Line 13: music players for any platform. music players for any platform. −=== List of Requirements ===+== List of Requirements == − * 1. shall play music * 1. shall play music ** 1.1 shall play music files such as mp3 ** 1.1 shall play music files such as mp3 Line 51: Line 51: | [[File:Vision_Scope1.png|thumb]] || [[File:Vision_Scope2.png|thumb]] || [[File:Vision_Scope3.png|thumb]] | [[File:Vision_Scope1.png|thumb]] || [[File:Vision_Scope2.png|thumb]] || [[File:Vision_Scope3.png|thumb]] |} |} + +[[Category:Amarok]] Revision as of 06:43, 27 September 2012 Vision Amarok 3: The revival of the desktop music player! Long before tablets started replacing laptops the use of music playback software like Amarok was in decline. Less and less people use a full desktop computer anywhere but the office. Instead laptops and ultra-portables became people's main machines. The size of HD based media-players compared to those in laptops and the general move towards legal downloads means the "local" music collection is likely to be less massive then before. Network Attached Storage and cloud drives offer data security and access from anywhere on the internet. Streaming services like spotify are even better since they have a massive collection and good dedicated software to access it. Yet it might not have all of your favorite artists or that classical collection you have ripped from a 30-CD box. There is a market for a music player that brings all these sources together. It's more usefull now then ever before. Amarok 3's core will be the best platform to build fully featured music players for any platform. List of Requirements 1. shall play music 1.1 shall play music files such as mp3 1.2 shall play podcasts 1.3 shall play music streams 1.4 shall play CUE files 1.5 shall play music files not previously imported 2. shall show context information of music 3. shall show tag information of music 4. shall be easy to use 5. shall be responsive / never block 6. shall be extensible 6.1 shall have scriptable playlists 6.2 shall have scriptable servces 7. shall keep statistics for tracks (not albums) 8. shall show all the files in a collection (not completely hide several files with the same content) 9. should hide duplicate tracks in the collection browser 10. shall run on Linux and Windows 11. shall be usable in 640x480 screen size 12. shall look nice 12.1 shall be able to reset layout 13. playqueue shall show a list of tracks 13.1 it shall be possible to reorder the tracks in a playqueue 13.2 it shall be possible to view the list of previous played trcks 13.3 it shall be possible to view the list of upcomming tracks 14. it shall be possible to edit meta information of tracks 15. it shall be possible to search in the collection 16. it shall be possible to move tracks between collections 17. shall use album and track gain 18. shall have a linear volume slider 19. shall not crash when taglib crashes 20. it shall be possible to disable plugins and collections 20.1 disabled plugins should not waste time during startup Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Amarok/Development/Requirements&oldid=24931" Category: Amarok Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.