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Loopy

   0.5.3  

KDE Video Application

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Loopy
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  972
Submitted:  Feb 28 2010
Updated:  Apr 9 2010

Description:


Slim, themeable video player, based on the KDE phonon libraries.

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Thanks to:
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- The Kaffeine developers !
- The Gwenview developers !

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For xine subtitle support please look at:
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http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Phonon-xine+subtitles+patch?content=121998




Changelog:


Version 0.5.3

- Fixed strange messagebox behaviour
- Fixed time display in the statusbar (cosmetic)
- Updated theme: graygradients
- New default theme: graygradients
- Updated description in about dialog

- Updated german translation

Version 0.5.2

- Added restore windowstate after crash, fullscreen exit etc.
- Added MessageBox: "You get back to normal view with the F3 key"
- Added toolbutton "Reload theme", usefull for theme devolpers ;-)
- Added new theme: graygradients

- Updated THEMING
- Updated german translation

- Homepage: Screenshoots updated

Version 0.5.1

- Updated .desktop files
- Code cleaned

Version 0.5

- Added playlist to fullscreen mode ( move mouse to the right screen edge (20px) )
- Fullscreenbar: Screen edge is now 20px
- New ToolTipEater class
- All themes updated (Attention Oxygen style users: You should at least use the blackglass-light theme, this will be fixed in KDE 4.4.3)

Version 0.4.3

- Added Brazilian Portuguese translation (Thanks Márcio Moraes)

Version 0.4.2

- Fixed .desktop files (Thanks VectoR)
- Added hungarian translation (Thanks VectoR)

Version 0.4.1

- Updated Czech translation (Thanks Pavel Fric)

Version 0.4

- Option: Autoresize to videosize
- Option: Always enqueue files
- Minimal View

- Added Czech translation (Thanks Pavel Fric)

Version 0.3

- First public release




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 thx

 
 by sxe on: Feb 28 2010
 
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looks good, the themable interface is a unique feature in your media player. :) Thx for this great player.

I made a archlinux pkgbuild.
http://aur.archlinux.org/packages.php?ID=35104

cya


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 Re: thx

 
 by MonsterMagnet on: Feb 28 2010
 
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Thanks for your kind comment, i have added your pkgbuild to the download section.


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 Good job!!

 
 by javielillo on: Mar 1 2010
 
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Only I can say it: Good job MonsterMagne!! Wonderful to be a first release :-)


I installed it and I tested with some formats and works A LOT better than Dragon player & I'm thinking about remove Dragon player, VLC and SMplayer and leave this alone in my Kubuntu install if it have more features.


As suggestions to improve it (in future releases) that I would like see:
- Can you add (as option) that remember the seek position of the video like Dragon player and SMPlayer?

- Can you add (as option) that remember the window size of the video like Dragon player do? Currently in v0.3 the window size is common for all opened videos and I saw other video players that the first time that a video is opened is opened with the original size but remember the user costumized size for that video (per video, not as global size).

- Can you lower the harcoded value of seeking in the config menu? minium value of 10 seconds annoy me because I want to set the mousewheel seek to 3 or 5 seconds...

- Would be nice if you can add the playlist of the screenshot in the fullscreen mode :-(

- When you click on a video in Dolphin while you are playing another video Loopy removes the entire playlist AND add the new video, is more logical if start the new video but leave the rest of the playlist intact (it could be better as an option in the config menu).

- An optional OSD message when you increase or decrease the volume or you click to seek forward/backward or use the mouse wheel, pause...


- MKV format support.

- Subtitles support (In this momment I haven't a movie with a subtitles file but I haven't found any menu about it in the video player so I think that isn't supported yet).


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 Re: Good job!!

 
 by MonsterMagnet on: Mar 2 2010
 
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Thanks for your feedback,

you will see some of your requests in the next release.

I'm on vacation until the end of march, so don't expect an update to soon.


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 Loopy in Gentoo

 
 by ssuominen on: Mar 1 2010
 
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Added to Gentoo's Portage.

http://packages.gentoo.org/package/media-video/loopy

(Note: It will take ~hour for that link to update.)


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 Re: Loopy in Gentoo

 
 by MonsterMagnet on: Mar 2 2010
 
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Thanks, i will add your link to the download section.


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 good.

 
 by felmur on: Mar 1 2010
 
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When you can add subtitles gesture?


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 good work

 
 by gladiac on: Mar 6 2010
 
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I really love this player! I only miss two features at the moment.

- subtitle support
- minimal window support (only display the movie, no menus or anything else)


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 Re: good work

 
 by MonsterMagnet on: Mar 22 2010
 
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Thanks for your comment,

for subtitle support please look at:
http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php/Phonon-xine+subtitles+patch?content=121998


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 Good player

 
 by garions on: Mar 7 2010
 
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Thanks for this video player.

Just a note:
- the loopy.desktop has an encoding problem,
- the title bar has also an encoding problem when the title has non-ascii characters.

You probably know it, but it exists also a video player based on phonon libraries, named Dragon Player. It may interest you.

Good luck for the future.


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