February 21st, 2017, 22:12 Posted By: PSPReview
Newly released for the Pandora Console
Gmu is a music player application. It was initially developed for the GP2X handheld, but has since then been adapted to run on a variety of other devices, including ordinary computers and lots of handheld devices. Gmu is built in a modular way and supports various frontends and decoders for supports of different user interfaces and file formats respectively. Gmu's most used frontend is the SDL based frontend which gives the user a graphical user interface optimized for control through buttons. Besides that, Gmu comes with a webfrontend which allow Gmu to be controlled through a web browser both locally and remotely. There is also a command line tool for controlling Gmu through a terminal, again both locally and remotely. Supported audio formats include MP3, MP2, Ogg Vorbis, Speex, Ogg Opus, FLAC, Musepack, WavPack and lots of module formats through different module decoder libraries (ranging from MikMod for devices with low end CPUs to OpenMPT for devices with a more capable CPU delivering a higher quality).
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