Lime Media Player
Supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
Requires .NET Framework 4.0 - 4.7.2.
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Lime Media Player is in need of a complete rewrite... Again. I lost the source code to the improved PlayList system and a whole bundle of other changes in a hard drive format (luckily, everything else I may have lost was either restored or didn't matter). The short of it is, Lime Light's down.
I will be writing a new pair of players, currently dubbed Lime Light and Lime Concentrate. Lime Light will be a 'learning' jukebox system, using an in-development algorithm to play you songs based on data regarding your music collection. The system will be entitled SIMPL
, and I'll start on it eventually.
My second creation will follow more along the lines of todays players, with all the usual bells and whistles, and possibly HFS+ reading if I can get it working (for all you iUsers out there, though I weep for your minds). It'll also hopefully have some kind of centralized database of media data... I'm thinking of seeing if there's a way to generate a numeric hash of a song's general waveform somehow, and use that to identify and label songs.
For development and testing, I have created Lime Seed Media Player, which I have a semi-stable version of running for my daily use in order to smooth out bugs. It is fully 64-bit capable, and includes CD ripping and standard video and audio playback.
If you want to test out Lime Seed, I'd recommend grabbing a copy of the K-Lite Codec Pack
. Personally, I use the Mega release.
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