Command line mp3 player for Linux?
I've been working on my car-pc for something like 6 years now (started in the summer of 98), and I'm getting software dusted back off, and hardware ready, for the latest revision.
In my travels, I've tried a good many mp3 players, in the search for one that does the best job of dealing with the mp3s I throw at it, many of which have skips, squeeks, ticks, or just plain don't play, in other players.
So far, I think I've tried:
I'm using command line players, because I've been developing an mp3 player of my own (for desktop, home entertainment, and mobile) use, and I don't see any sense in writing my own decoder, when I can just as well call off to a command line program to do it for me.
Anyways, I'm just curious what kind of experience anyone else out there has as far as command line players?
Still looking for linux command line mp3 player?
If you are still looking (after 3 years ;) ) for a linux command line player...?
check the list at the end of this page.
I'm looking for a Linux .Net/C# api (go-mono) that plays Mp3's.
Or if I have to, a Linux command line player with some kind of remote control (TCP/UDP or simular).