Kmp3 is a KDE Mp3 player that runs on a
number of different Unix systems, including Linux.
The mpeg audio engine is based on mpg123; however, the
end result is a player that uses less CPU than the console-only
mpg123 on many systems. Sporting an attractive, easy-to-use
and full-featured GUI, Kmp3 is suitable for practically
fixed command line behaviour
fixed positioning problem with winamp skins
winamp skin fine tuning
100dpi font fitting problems banned
improved random mode
fixed bug in configure scripts
added sample winamp skin
1.How do I hide the Kmp3 window?
A: See the docking icon, the icon that has a play symbol that
flashes on and off when kmp3 is playing a mpeg audio file? Left
click it to hide the window.
2.I can't find the Kmp3 window. How do I bring it back
to my current desktop immediately?
A: See the docking icon, the icon that has a play symbol that flashes on and off when kmp3 is playing a mpeg audio file? Left click it to bring the Kmp3 window back.
3.How do I jump to any song in my playlist at once?
A: Right click on the docking icon (discussed in the previous two questions) and go to "Playlist" (or however it is translated). Choose the song you want from the popup lists that appear.
4.I moved the balance slider away from the center and
I want to re-center it. How do I do this?
A: Right click on the balance slider bar--you will be able to select three different options. Click on the "Center" option (or however it is translated).
5.Can I play mp3's from the command line?
A: Sure. Just run 'kmp3 song1.mp3 ... songN.mp3' or 'kmp3 *.mp3'.
You can specify m3u playlist files on the command line too. Add
some mimelinks and you will be able to play mp3s and m3us by clicking
on them in kfm or dragging them onto the kmp3 window.