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Recent updates:

February 22, 2009 :
Moved source repository to bitbucket.

December 23, 2007 :
Prepared 0.07 disk image.

October 21, 2007 :
Added smart playlist entry removal.

October 14, 2007 :
HTTP 1.1 support. Mime-type support for decoders.

October 12, 2007 :
Added metadata readers for cuesheet, video game music, and tracker files.

Links:

Ogg Vorbis
FLAC
Musepack
Monkey's Audio
WavPack
TagLib
Songbird
Game Music Emu
Dumb
MAD

News

April 30, 2006

Cog has teamed up with two other great open source projects for OS X. Max, a CD-Ripper/Encoder/Transcoder, and Tag, a tagger! See the links at the top of the page!

April 25, 2006

Alpha 6 is now available in the testing section. This release should play all major formats on intel, and will be Cog 0.05 if no major bugs are found!

April 21, 2006

Alpha 5 is now available in the testing section. It should fix wavpack support on intel.

April 18, 2006

Alpha 4 is available in the testing section. It mainly just has fixes that'll hopefully get things playing right on intel macs. I'd like to hear from you intel-mac folk about how it works!

April 17, 2006

Cog is now in universal binary form. Check out alpha 3 over in the testing section. If anybody runs an intel mac, see if it even works. I don't have one, so I'm flying blind here as to if it actually runs.

If anybody is game, I'd like to know the performance of alpha 3 vs alpha 2, or vs ppc if you are running on intel. I had to disable altivec in some of the frameworks, and I'd like to know what kind of performance impact people are experiencing.

Much thanks to Stephen Booth, developer of Tag and Max, over at sbooth.org for providing some of the universal binary frameworks.

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