PodcatcherMatrix

Feature List

General FeaturesArmangil Details
Version 3.1.5
Last Release August 26, 2009
Author Doga Armangil
URL podcatcher.rubyforge.org
Free and Open Source Yes
License GPL
License Cost/ Fee donationware
Languages English
Operating SystemArmangil Details
Windows 98 Yes
Windows XP Yes
Mac OS X Yes
Linux Yes
Windows Mobile  
Palm OS  
Programming Language Ruby
Common FeaturesArmangil Details
Search local & web
Notifications no
OPML Import Yes
OPML Export Yes
Playlist Formats m3u, pls, smil, asx, tox, xspf
OrganizeArmangil Details
Expiring Channels No
Archive Old Feeds yes
Feed ReadingArmangil Details
Integrated Browser No
Plain Text No
PodcatchingArmangil Details
Schedule Downloads No
Resume Partial Downloads No
Limit Download Size Yes
ID3 Editing No
SyncArmangil Details
Sync to iTunes No
Sync to PSP No
Sync to Mediaplayer Yes
Sync to iPod No
Integrated burning to CD No
MediaArmangil Details
MP3 download
MPEG-4 download
Real download
Quicktime download
Windows Media download
DivX download
Xvid download
Content ProtocolsArmangil Details
rss 2.0 Yes
atom Yes
Transport ProtocolsArmangil Details
http Yes
https No
http auth No
bittorrent Yes
Proxy Server Yes
feed:// No
podcast:// No
pcast:// No
itpc:// No
itms:// No
SupportArmangil Details
Support Forum Yes
Mailinglists No

Armangil

Armangil's podcatcher is a podcast client for the command line. It provides several download strategies (new content only, back-catalog allowed, etc), offers cache management, supports BitTorrent, and generates playlists for media player applications.

More info may be available in the Docs-Wiki

Statistics

Record maintainer:
doga
Detail views:
270
Comparisons:
1283
Most compared with:
juice (60%), ziepod (25%), azureus (23%) → Compare
Record added:
0000-00-00
Last updated:
2009-08-26

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Screenshots

These screenshots should give you a first impression how Armangil looks like. Remember: The look of many Podcatchers can be changed by stylesheets or templates so these are only examples.

Downloading a podcast.

This command downloads content from "Adam Curry's Daily Source Code", with a preference for recent content.

Downloading only video content from a podcast.

This command downloads video content from PodTech.net, with a preference for recent content.

Downloading subscribed podcasts.

This command downloads the current top ten podcasts of podcastalley.com, with a preference for recent content.

Searching for podcasts.

This command searches for relevant podcasts in the top ten list of podcastalley.com, and produces a subscription list.


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