mt-daapd is a daemon that acts as an iTunes music server. It uses Apple's Rendezvous technology to advertise itself to iTunes clients on the local network. It is web-configurable and managable, and pretty dang cool, if I do say so myself.
This release adds lots of new features, including background database updates, better support for .m4a and .m4p files, ogg/vorbis metatag handling, dynamic artwork for aac files, better VBR support, including Xing/Lame tag support, and various bugfixes and stability improvements.
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