Fluendo has announced the release of its Media Center, a software application developed by the Spanish company. Fluendo Media Center’s versatility was evident from the off when it was used for reproducing a whole manner of multimedia in a variety of devices using completely different platforms. Whether on Windows, Linux or Open Solaris; on netbooks, [...]
The Linux Foundation in March announced that Fluendo was becoming a member. The company has been at the forefront of building legal multimedia solutions for open environments and works very closely with the Gstreamer community.
If you run Windows or Mac OS X, you probably don’t think much about multimedia codecs. More likely than not, the vendor of your device figured all that stuff out for you before you bought it, probably using a licensed proprietary solution. But if Fluendo has its way, open source codecs may soon be breaking into the closed source market as well.
Has any one gotten Fluendo DVD Player to run on Arch?I have version 1.0.14 and I'm getting the following error when launching. The user interface shows for a split second and then crashes.(fluendo-dvd:15468): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: Read-only property 'read-only-view' on class 'GeeAbstractList' has type 'GeeCollection' which is not equal to or more restri
As Muriel Moscardini stated, the software was in a beta state for some time and various registered testers reported excellent feedback about the performance of the new Fluendo DVD Player. Even if we haven't had the chance to test it, it appears that the player can support all the modern DVD-Video features
This is a press release from Fluendo announcing the launch of Flumotion Media Server and its own website.
This press release marks the official launch of the free software version of Flumotion. Flumotion is a streaming media server with a modern distributed design and advanced extensibility. Flumotion is being developed by Linux multimedia specialist Fluendo.
Flumotion is [...]
Summary: The zero-cost advantage of Android is harmed by the advancement of software patents courtesy of patent aggressors like Microsoft and the patent troll-led MPEG-LA
THE OIN grows rapidly, but its expansion as of late included more controversial companies whose policies are in conflict with Free software but not with OIN’s perspective.
I am currently using openSuse 11.3, it's really great. One thing, however, I've noticed is that some online radio stations that I used to listen to from other Linux distros or even Windows, are not being loaded in openSuse for some reason. I am not sure what is the cause of this.