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Clementine is a free and open-source audio player. It is a port of Amarok 1.4 to the Qt 4 framework and the GStreamer multimedia framework. It is available for Unix-like, Windows and macOS. Clementine is released under the terms of the GPL-3.0-or-later.
Clementine was created due to the transition from version 1.4 to version 2 of Amarok, and the shift of focus connected with it, which was criticized by many users. The first version of Clementine was released in February 2010.
Some of the features supported by Clementine are:
- Listening to Internet radio from Spotify, Grooveshark (now defunct), Jamendo (January 2014 catalog), Last.fm, Magnatune, RadioTunes (Formerly Sky.FM), SomaFM, Icecast, Digitally Imported, SoundCloud and Google Drive.
- Sidebar information panes with song lyrics, statistics, artist biographies and pictures.
- Tag editor, album cover and queue manager.
- Downloading cover art from Last.fm.
- Fetch missing tags from MusicBrainz.
- projectM audio visualization.
- Search and download podcasts.
- Creation of smart and dynamic playlists.
- Tabbed playlists, import and export as M3U, XSPF, PLS, ASX and Cue sheets.
- Transfer of music to some iPods (corruption of iPod problems exist as of build 1.1.1), iPhone, MTP or any USB mass-storage player.
- Transcoding music into MP3, Ogg (Vorbis, Speex, Opus), FLAC, AAC or WMA.
- Playback of Windows Media Files in macOS (which iTunes and many other players with advanced library functions cannot do).
- Remote control using an Android device, a Wii Remote, MPRIS or the command-line interface.
- Moodbar visualizations.
- Save statistics to file.