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Amarok Portable

Is it possible to make Amarok portable on a windows PC with just the MP3 decoder (not encoder due to legality reasons)?

http://amarok.kde.org/

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Edit: sorry i forgot to search for the similar topic. When KDE 4 comes out in 27 more days could amarok be ported to a portable version for a NT environment?

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no

we only pack existing windows apps.

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Not for Windows Yet

Until Amarok runs on Windows (it doesn't outside of some highly unstable developer-only test builds) it won't be a portable app.

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Thank you for the quick

Thank you for the quick response. Could there be a portable MP3 payer that is portable?

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vlc

does mp3s I think...

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Yes it does and so does

Yes it does and so does Mplayer. But you have to select each MP3 indivigualy. You cant play a DVD full of Mp3's or a hard drive of mp3's. Just one by one X_X

Unless you have a play list.

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*nycjv321 wonders why no one uses http://www.un4seen.com/ for audio play (with play list support, as well as portability???)

btw

Amarok on Windows >>
http://amarok.kde.org/blog/archives/374-Amarok2-builds-on-Windows.html

it looks nasty! I would stick with vlc, or smplayer (very nice mplayer GUI) when on win32 platform.... (for video usage atleast)

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are you sure mplayer can not play multiple mp3 files without having to be ran over and over?
I did , try this -> (works for me atleast)
$ mplayer *.mp3

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That may work in a command

That may work in a command line version...
Is there the command line option in the PAF Mplayer?

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Yea

Just use the MPlayerPortable\Other\(MPlayerPortable)Source\MPlayerPortable.ini. It's explained in the Readme.txt in that same dir.

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that "does" work with the command line version Smile

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well

I think that there are lots of post about portable mp3 players here, so you need to use the search feature, and...

try http://support.xmplay.com/

and try http://www.portablefreeware.com/?sc=43

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