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Multimedia

A brief overview of a few of the multimedia-related applications below.

JuK

An easy-to-use music player for KDE. JuK is playlist and meta-data focused, allowing you to quickly search through the dynamic playlist provided. Some of the features include CD cover-art fetching from Google� images, MusicBrainz integration for file identification over the Internet, and multiple audio backends, including aRts, GStreamer and aKode.

KMix

An application that allows you to change the volume of your sound card, and it supports several sound drivers. Each mixer device is represented by a volume slider, and you have basic options such as to mute that particular mixer device.

Noatun

A media player capable of playing WAV, Ogg Vorbis, as well as DivX encoded AVIs and other media formats. Noatun features audio effects, a six-band graphic equalizer, a full plugin architecture, network transparency, and various look and feels.

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