Analysis program for creating a colorful visual representation of an audio file

Edit Package moodbar

The Moodbar is an algorithm for creating a colorful visual
representation of the contents of an audio file, giving an idea of its
"mood" (this is a rather fanciful term for the simple analysis it
actually does). The Moodbar was invented by Gavin Wood and Simon
O'Keefe for inclusion in the Amarok music player.

This package contains a GStreamer plugin with elements that are used
in the moodbar analysis, and an application that actually does the
analysis.

The package also contains a shell-script (create-moodbar.sh), which will
generate the mood files for all music-files (mp3|ogg|flac|wma) in the directory
(including sub-directories) where it is being executed

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gthread_init.diff 0000000601 601 Bytes
moodbar-0.1.2.tar.gz 0000327715 320 KB
moodbar.changes 0000000628 628 Bytes
moodbar.spec 0000003648 3.56 KB
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