Add on for many populay players that announces the current playing track on many instant messaging platforms.
An open-source lyrics plugin for foobar2000 that includes its own UI panel for displaying and sources for downloading lyrics that are not available locally. It is intended to be a replacement for LyricShowPanel3 so it is fully-featured and supports lyric searching, saving and editing directly from within foobar2000.
- Buttery-smooth lyric scrolling (either horizontally or vertically)
- Supports retrieving lyrics from local files, ID3 tags or the internet
- Customise the font and colours to perfectly suite your layout and theme
- Easily edit lyrics directly inside foobar2000 with built-in support for timestamps
- Check the saved lyrics of any track in your library (whether it is currently playing or not)
- Apply common edits (such as removing blank lines) in just two clicks
- … and more!
A Twitch bot that lets people from Twitch chat request songs from your Foobar2000 playlist.
Foobar2000 plugin for looping track intervals and slicing CUE sheets.
- Loop, shuffle or randomize through any subset of user-defined slices of track.
- Import intervals from a CUE Sheet.
- Import chapters from a video via JSON.
ffprobe -i filename -print_format json -show_chapters -loglevel error > chapters.json
- Import intervals from YouTube time codes, etc.
- Copy a piece of text and Ctrl-V to paste to switcher.
- Export to a CUE Sheet.
- Keeps all intervals for all tracks in a single
Foobar2000 Web UI application consists of two parts:
- A Node.js server that controls foobar2000 music player using native CLI commands and foo_controlserver component (a tcp/ip server for foobar2000).
- A web application that allows the user to send basic foobar2000 playback commands and adjust application volume level. Information about the track that is currently playing is also displayed and automatically updated when the track or playback status changes.
projectM is an open-source project that reimplements the esteemed Winamp Milkdrop by Geiss in a more modern, cross-platform reusable library. Its purpose in life is to read an audio input and to produce mesmerizing visuals, detecting tempo, and rendering advanced equations into a limitless array of user-contributed visualizations.
The Default User Interface from early foobar2000 versions is back! This component serves no particular useful purpose; it is provided for the nostalgia value only. It is missing various functionality considered to be essential in current foobar2000 series, such as persistently visible volume control. There are no plans to add any new functionality into the Classic User Interface.
Warning: product may contain Finnish profanity.
Changes since the original version:
- Modified to run side by side with the current Default UI. Please do not remove the Default UI DLL.
- Fixed the infamous seekbar repaint bug on Windows themes other than “classic”.
- Replaced popup volume slider with the latest Default UI code.
- Restored original “Preferences: Title Formatting” page from old foobar2000 versions
- Various cosmetic changes.
Dynamic Range Meter is a foobar2000 component designed to give the same information as the Dynamic Range Offline Meter. This component can process all audio formats foobar2000 can handle (a.o. flac, ape and wavpack) and also supports higher sample rates and bit depth. Using the Open Audio CD option it can also directly read audio CDs and calculate the Dynamic Range values without the need of ripping the CD to disk. Log information with extended statistics is automatically copied to the clipboard and can be pasted back in any text editor. ~ web.archive.org/web/20130317013715/http://pleasurizemusic.com/free-downloads
Dynamic Range Meter is a foobar2000 component designed to give the same information as the Dynamic Range Offline Meter from the Pleasurize Music Foundation. I wrote this component because the original Dynamic Range Meter is limited to reading only wav, aiff and mp3 files. This component can process all audio formats foobar2000 can handle (a.o. flac, ape and wavpack) and also supports higher sample rates and bit depth. Using the Open Audio CD option it can also directly read audio CDs and calculate the Dynamic Range values without the need of ripping the CD to disk. As an option, a log file with information and extended statistics can be saved to disk. ~ web.archive.org/web/20130428024316/http://www.jokhan.demon.nl/DynamicRange/
Warning: This component is known to be problematic, due to repeated crash reports, and should be installed with caution. ~ wiki.hydrogenaud.io/index.php?title=Foobar2000:Components/Dynamic_Range_Meter_(foo_dynamic_range)
- Install the foo_dynamic_range component
- Navigate to File > Preferences > Advanced > Tools > Dynamic Range Meter
- Enable “Write DR meta data tags“
- Add a new toolbar button and assign Context>Dynamic Range Meter
- Download DR toolbar icon and change button icon
- Navigate to File > Preferences > Display > Default User Interface > Playlist View
- Add a new custom column, name it “DR” and assign this pattern, “[%DYNAMIC RANGE%]“
- Select an album and click the new DR toolbar icon to scan the files
Download ~ drive.google.com/file/d/1rQHOYrzEmV6MSKEj-hENM09C2yQsCFfh/view
Discussion ~ hydrogenaud.io/index.php/topic,88373.0.html
Icon ~ drive.google.com/file/d/1x4AjjKEHTH9BZWTHb-5PQoNKOboXJJcq/view?usp=sharing