Well we have one on audio, so why not video?
I personally favor VLC, xine or SMplayer, Kaffine for KDE4 sucks, I cannot configure its settings or what backend it uses.
on 12/06/2009 – Made popular on 12/06/2009
I don't know why but I have installed everything Xine and Xine-related and play video files using it until my heart is content I can't make it the default player for a Fedora 16 machine using Gnome3 .
I right-click a file and because I have added xine.desktop to all the video extensions in both /usr/share files I can open with the player but ....
If I go to the files properties and try and cha
after installing unity desktop today on trusty with gnome allready installed smplayer wont play audio,clementine wont play mp3 either,smplayer plays video.vlc and video player both work ok. I have uninstalled smplayer and clementine and reinstalled still no sound any clues folks
Xine is an open-source video / audio player in Ubuntu Linux , it comes under GPL license. xine plays MPEG system (audio and video) streams, mpeg elementary streams (e.g. .mp3 or .mpv files), mpeg transport streams ogg files, avi files, asf files, quicktime files, (S)VCDs and DVDs and many more.
SMPlayer is a free media player for Windows and Linux with built-in codecs that can play virtually all video and audio formats. It doesn't need any external codecs. Just install SMPlayer and you'll be able to play all formats without the hassle to find and install codec packs.
One of the most interesting features of SMPlayer: it remembers the settings of all files you play.
SMPlayer is a complete media player for Windows and Linux. It uses the award-winning MPlayer as playback engine which is capable of playing most video and audio formats (avi, mkv, wmv, mp4, mpeg... etc). It uses its own codecs, so you don't need to install any codec packs.
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