An efficient and comprehensible software application designed to help you play your local music library in an interactive fashion
Clementine is more than your run-of-the-mill audio player, as it supports a wide range of source files, located both on your PC, and online (web podcasts).
Feature-packed music player
If you are interested in listening to your local files, you can easily add the folders where your tracks are located. You can set Clementine to skip certain extensions that you specify, as well as monitor the created library for changes.
As soon as your playlist is created, you can start enjoying your music within the neatly organized GUI. As you would expect, you can play, pause or stop songs, skip to the next or previous track, or mark as Favorite.
Moreover, you can enjoy the functions of the built-in equalizer to get the most of your music, by adjusting the controls either manually, or applying one of the provided presets. The visualizations are also a neat way to enjoy your music.
Not only can you listen to your local files, but you can also enter the addresses of various interesting podcasts or start playing online radio stations or playlists from your preferred streaming services.
Supports audio conversion
Another feature that helps Clementine stand out the in crowd is converting the tracks to certain formats, so as to make sure you can play them without any issues on your target devices.
More specifically, you can transcode your music to FLAC, OGG, MP3, WAV, WMA, MP4, OPUS and PSX, and you can adjust a bunch of parameters for each of these extensions prior to completing the conversion process.
All in all, you can turn to Clementine whenever you are looking for a player that can add to the same playlist music from multiple sources, while also providing support for displaying metadata, generating visualizations or including an equalizer. Transcoding the music is surely an extra benefit bound to be appreciated by all.