Banshee 1.9.3 released and Ubuntu installation instructions included

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Banshee is an open-source media player, originally called Sonance until 2005.Built upon Mono and Gtk#, it uses the Helix and GStreamer multimedia platform for encoding and decoding various media formats, including Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and FLAC. Banshee can play and import audio CDs and supports many portable media players, including Apple's iPod, Android devices and Creative's ZEN players. Other features include Last.fm integration, album artwork fetching, smart playlists and podcast support. Banshee is released under the terms of the MIT License and is available for Linux as well as Mac OS X operating systems. A build for Windows is currently in preparation (see Cross platform support).

What is new in Banshee 1.9.3

Banshee 1.9.3 is a development release, part of the 1.9.x series leading up to Banshee 2.0.

Other Enhancements

* Various fixes and improvements to the Windows build
* MPRIS: Implement the recently added PlaylistChanged signal
* SoundMenu: Implement the new registration process
* Daap: Keep a list of recently used remote servers
* Add back counts for top level libraries

Notable Bug Fixes (36 fixed since 1.9.2!)

* bgo#639603: Fix NRE when current track doesn't have a Uri
* bgo#486543: Playlists: Fix parsing when started from root directory
* bgo#640276: AmazonMp3.Store: Fix country detection for United Kingdom
* bgo#638070: LibraryWatcher: Don't watch non-existing dirs
* bgo#635779: Fix crash after disabling some extensions
* bgo#636435: PlayQueueSource: Fix track prepending when not playing
* bgo#641000: NowPlaying: Fix resizing fullscreen control bar
* bgo#640455: PlayQueue: Additional padding for the fill controls

Install Banshee 1.9.3 in ubuntu

Open the terminal and run the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:banshee-team/banshee-daily
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install banshee

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3 thoughts on “Banshee 1.9.3 released and Ubuntu installation instructions included

  1. Apple’s iPod support is lackluster to say the least. You can’t sync desired playlists but the entire collection, or select only one playlist, wich is not of much help. This is not what most users need.

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  2. I still await the ability to take songs from my Play Queue and easily add them to a playlist. Aside from that I’m overall pretty satisfied with the program. Ok, a better integrated cd-burning ability would be a bonus…

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  3. Can’t download Banshee neither Ubuntu’s download manager or terminal download work. It says something about dependencies and uninstallable packages.

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