Spek 0.8.2
by Spek Project
(Spek Project Website)
Owned by user Stacey

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Operating System: Linux
File Size: 168 KB
License: GPL (All Free software)
System Requirements:

GTK+ ≥ 2.14, GStreamer ≥ 0.10.17 (including gst-plugins-base and gst-plugins-good). For MP3 support you also need gst-plugins-ugly.

Last Updated: 2013-03-27
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Software Description

Spek helps to analyse your audio files by showing their spectrogram.

New in v0.8.2

    New Features:

  • Various bugfixes
  • Enhancements
  • Disable update check by default.

Changes in v0.8

  • Adjustable spectral density range (#4).
  • Switched from GTK+ to wxWidgets for better Windows and OS X integration.
  • Single .exe version for Windows.
  • Added translations in 8 more languages (totalling 16).
  • Switched to .xz tarballs.
  • Split out libspek and added unit tests.
  • 24-bit APE support (upstream fix).
  • Better toolbar icons on Windows and OS X (#21).
  • Installer options for app shortcuts on Windows (#1).
  • Associate with audio/video files on OS X (#2).
  • Online manual (#24).
  • Various bugfixes

New in v0.7

    New Features:

  • Added translations in 8 languages
  • Preferences to select a language and to check for a new version
  • Spectral density ruler
  • Added a menu bar, cleaned up the tool bar.
  • Better OS X integration

    Enhancements:

  • Show the version number in the window
  • Pre-compute the cosine table to speed up analysis by ±16%
  • Use jhbuild and ige-mac-bundler to build and package Spek on OS X
  • spek(1) man page
  • Avoid using APIs depreciated in GTK3

    Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed link activation on OS X (issue 31)
  • Fixed new version detection on OS X
  • Fixed duration for unsynchronised ID3v24 mp3 tags (upstream fix)
  • Fixed rigth click → Quit (issue 24) and the ⌘ Q shortcut (issue 44)

New in v0.6

  • Switch from GStreamer to FFmpeg libraries for audio decoding. This speeds up the overall analysis by a factor of 1.5 to 2.
  • Decode audio and perform the analysis in separate threads. This makes the analysis 1.3~1.8 times faster on multi-core systems.
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