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Developers: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xixmusicplayer/

Linux (x86)

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NOOBSLAB added XiX Music Player to their PPA. Everything will install with just 3 commands in Ubuntu 16.x/15.x/14.1x/Linux Mint 17.x/18.x and other Ubuntu derivatives:

32bit/64bit GTK2 (Gnome):

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install xix-media-player

32bit/64bit QT (KDE):

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/apps
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install xix-media-player-qt

Please visit the page for more info or help. It contains a lot of usefull Linux resources.

 

Manual installation. (Newer version):

Make sure the BASS libraries are installed. You can install these libraries easy by running the ‘installbass.sh’ script included in the archive. This script will need your administrator password to copy the libraries to ‘/usr/lib’.

This script only copies the bass libraries to the /usr/lib folder.  If you want to see the contents of this script, you can type ‘cat installbass.sh’

sh ./installbass.sh

To make use of the MP3 or FLAC encoder you need to install LAME and/or FLAC.  Newer builds also support oggenc (OGG Vorbis), opusenc (OPUS Vorbis) and fdkaac (AAC codec)

 

32bit:

64bit:

See Changelog for Detailed Changes

 

Linux (Raspberry Pi, Odroid – ARM)

8575caa99d-Raspberry-Pi-Logo Make sure the BASS libraries are installed. You can install these libraries easy by running the ‘installbass.sh’ script included in the archive. This script will need your administrator password to copy the libraries to ‘/usr/lib’.
To make use of the MP3 or FLAC encoder you need to install LAME and/or FLAC. To RIP DVD-Track you will need to install mplayer.0.32 and above: NEW BASS LIBRARIES. Please run installbass.sh again. Better Pulseaudio support.
0.37 and above: BASS_CD LIBRARY added. Please run installbass.sh again.

See Changelog for Detailed Changes

 

Windows (x86)

8e3fc8d107-windows_flag Windows build are only tested on Windows 10 Tablet.  It is not possible to change the id3 Tags for the song being played.
Windows seems to lock the files.  CD/DVD Ripping not tested.
Please test & report.
If you want to rip DVD Tracks to MP3/FLAC you will need to install mplayer for windows. You will need to use the configuration dialog to set the right path to the mplayer application.

See Changelog for Detailed Changes

 

MacOS (x86 – intel)

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See Changelog for Detailed Changes (not updated yet)

Optional downloads:

If you want to rip CD Tracks to MP3/FLAC/OGG/AAC/OPUS you will need external tools:

lame download – Needed to encode Tracks to MP3 files (Install possible from XiXMusicPlayer)
flac download – Needed to encode Tracks to FLAC files (Install possible from XiXMusicPlayer)
ogg vorbis download – Needed to encode Tracks to OGG files (Included in XiXMusicPlayer package)
opus vorbis download – Needed to encode Tracks to OPUS files (Included in XiXMusicPlayer package)

Install FDK-AAC – Needed to encode Tracks to M4A files (Need to install manually using brew):
/usr/bin/ruby -e “$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)”

brew install fdk-aac-encoder

10.9 (Maverick or above): If you want to rip DVD-Tracks to MP3-files you will need mplayer, but mplayer needs X11 to be installed.

If X11 is not installed, you can install X11 using this page: http://xquartz.macosforge.org/landing/

 

PLUGINS
Lyric Plugins:

  • XiX Music Player Plugin: Searches www.xixmusicplayer.org for lyrics
    (updated 22-05-2016) – Not needed for versions build after 2017.

 

Sources hosted @ Sourceforge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xixmusicplayer/