The Banshee project is proud to announce the release of 1.8.0, which includes a whopping 230 bugfixes as well as a sleeve of new features to users including integration with Ubuntu's SoundMenu, Amazon MP3 store integration, completely new and improved hardware support and other goodies.
You don't need to miss out on the neat Ubuntu Sound Menu integration Rhythmbox boasts in Ubuntu 10.10 if you're team Banshee thanks to the availability of a Banshee sound Menu extension.
We all know the problem, the metadata in your music files isn’t perfect and it would be nice to benefit from a larger collection to compare with and get corrections from. Bringing the Utopian dream […]
The Banshee Project has released 1.7.6 on schedule. This release fixes 26 bugs, most of which represent improvements to the new hardware support so users with hardware issues on 1.7.5 are requested to retest with […]
Want to enable visualisations in Banshee? Here's how.
Banshee has been postponed from being installed as Ubuntu 10.10 Netbook Editions default music player. Deemed to contain too many bugs to make it an acceptable default this cycle, the popular player’s default pinning has […]
Given that Ubuntu aims to replace the default mediaplayer on the Ubuntu Netbook Edition with Banshee, Didier Roche has requested that the proud OMG army unleash their unspeakable powers of mass breakage on the newly promoted Banshee 1.7.5 package in Maverick.
The GNOME foundation has set a record profit for the month of August, thanks in part to the Amazon MP3 affiliate scheme which is embedded in Banshee Media Player.
Grab your portable gadgets, even your iPhone. Banshee 1.7.5 is here with new hardware support and we need YOU to break it (and file bugs if you succeed naturally). With 1.7.5 you will not just get all new and improved hardware support but also 47 bug fixes. Most notable of these writing metadata to video files is now supported.
Since this is my first time writing for OMG! Ubuntu! I figured I would start by sharing a little something that excites me. Namely this mockup Mike Beecham presented in the #banshee IRC channel. Personally […]
A great many of us have to keep Windows knocking around for gaming, work or through the ball and chain of some proprietary software we were learned in. A media player doesn’t exactly fit this […]
The first part of the headline above is stolen from Alex Launi’s brilliant surmise on the latest Banshee merge that brings with it improved device detection and (get stoked) iPhone and iPod Touch hardware support out of the box! […]