foobarCon is a Foobar2000 remote controller app for Android. foobarCon needs Foobar2000 components to be installed for proper operation.
- Lightweight web user interface
- Playback control
- Playlist management
- Music directory browser
- Real-time UI updates
- Mobile-friendly responsive design
- REST-like API for controlling player from your application
Date and duration adjusted (DADA) auto-rating algorithm (DAR) for Foobar2000 v.1.1+
The DADA Auto-Rating algorithm (DAR) automatically rates music according to a variety of statistics collected by Foobar2000’s official “playback statistics” plugin.
If done well, an auto-rating algorithm will simply tell you what your favourite (and conversely, least favourite) music is, and the rating will be derived from and reflect actual listening behaviour. This is quite different from manual ratings (e.g. 1 – 5 stars set by the user), since there’s very often a disparity between what we’d like ourselves to like, and what we actually like. For those interested in uncovering their actual musical tastes, a good auto-rating formula can be quite illuminating.
Columns UI is an alternative skinnable user interface for the Foobar2000 audio player.
- Playlist view with columns, grouping and artwork
- In-line metadata editing
- Customizable layout through interchangeable panel and toolbar components
- Built-in panels: playlist view, artwork view, filter, item details, item properties, playlist list, playlist tabs, tab stack
- Built-in toolbars: menu, buttons, seekbar, playback order, volume, spectrum analyzer
- Extensible through official and third-party panel and toolbar components
CUI Specific Components:
Works with Columns UI and Default UI.
This pack includes every natively supported free encoder binary for use with the Converter foobar2000 component. The binaries are conveniently installed into a subfolder of the foobar2000 installation folder.
Current versions of foobar2000 will automatically recognize these encoders and no longer ask you for encoder binary location.
- Ogg Vorbis
- AAC + Apple Lossless (qaac) – requires iTunes to be installed (read more…)
- AAC (fhgaacenc) – requires Winamp to be installed (read more…)
- Apple Lossless (refalac)
- MP3 (LAME)