This is a dead project, I no longer have a functioning creative mp3 player
Neutrino, formally GnomeDAP, is a GNOME based application for managing your Creative Nomad / D.A.P Jukeboxes. Support for talking to the hardware is provided by utilising libnjb, which as Creative will not give out the relevant information, is a reverse engineered user space driver for Linux and *BSD.
The name Neutrino was decided upon after a search
for the word Nomad on Google. One of the results was for the
Short baseline Neutrino Oscillation MAgnetic Detector, hence the name Neutrino.
- Author/Album cataloguing system
- Create/Delete/Edit playlists via drag and drop
- Multiple attached Jukeboxes can be switched between on the fly
- Playback support with repeat and shuffle features
- Edit track information held on the jukebox (artist, album, genre etc,)
- Regular expression based search mechanism for search by artist, album, year, genre, and title.
- Transfer wav / mp3 files to / from the jukebox
- Support for ID3 V1.x and basic ID3 V2 tags for setting track information on mp3s
- Track information can be obtained from the filename of uploaded files
- Supports uploading from an mpu file (local uris only)
- Drop files onto the main window to upload
- Display jukebox statistics
- Tasks requiring access to the jukebox are queued so you aren't slowed down too much by the jukebox itself
- Playback does not block most operations