Which player will you install on your Mac? Kodi, MPlayerX, Elmedia Player or VLC Media Player? But we today are going to introduce Audion player for you actually. If you have interest to learn more about it, then keep on reading.
Audion is a Mac audio player tool that can play MP3s, CDs, and Shoutcast /Icecast streaming audio. It features a clean interface, a powerful playlist, a built-in streaming audio directory, full drag-and-drop capabilities, support for CDDB queries, EQ, and more.
The Version after 2.5 added many new features, including a new playlist-based toolbar, support for transferring files to portable MP3 devices, improved CD playback, a playlist search box that allows lists to be instantly narrowed, WMA playback, and support for CD title entry and submission to freedb servers.
Audion 3 (version 3.0.2) is a major update to Audion. Now we are goning to list more details about Audion 3: the application has been refined and enhanced nearly in every corner. And it has more new features of course, including iPod Support, selectable song transitions, mp3 PRO encoding and decoding, recording (streams/audio input), broadcasting, inline tag editing, contextual menus, a sleep timer, and much more.
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What’s new in Version 3.0.2
From macupdate.com, we actually see how much new feature brought to Version 3.0.2
- Faces now drag properly in Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar)
- Fixed a problem with mono MP3 files playing at double speed (‘Chipmunk Mode’)
- Fixed a crash when encoding via LAME under Mac OS 9
- Fixed a freeze with song transitions under Mac OS 9
- Cured a minor problem with .pls and .m3u playlist windows occasionally opening in the wrong location
- Encoders now set the file type and creator of encoded files in Mac OS X
- Changed the Play / Pause menu item keyboard shortcut to avoid a conflict with Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar)
- Fixed a problem where the ‘Listen’ option in the Record window would get out-of-sync
- Improved the status display when streaming from the system input
- The iPod menu now only appears if an iPod is actually connected
- Fixed a problem with the “Use filename” General playlist preference not always working properly
- Updated the ‘Disable iTunes autolaunch’ feature for Mac OS X 10.2 (Jaguar)
- (Hopefully) fixed a long-standing problem with FreeDB submissions being randomly rejected
- The ‘Repeat’ playlist option now works for a one-song playlist
- More miscellaneous fixes and improvement
- Mac OS X 10.0 or later
In conclusion: this is one of the best audio players for Mac OS X.