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Dragon Player

   2.0.1  

KDE Video Application

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Link:  http://dragonplayer.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  24942
Submitted:  Oct 20 2004
Updated:  Feb 26 2008

Description:

Dragon Player is a video player for KDE 4 that focuses on simplicity
and easy of use. It is the successor of Codeine, a player for KDE 3.

It is now available in gutsy-backports, check out the Dragon Player website if you use Kubuntu.




Changelog:

2.0.1
Removed the locking of the volumeSlider if the mute is active

2.0.0
Fixed issue where if the user ESCed the play media dialog it wouldn't reappear.
Pressing 'M' causes mute
Return to the logo when playback is explictly stopped
New Icon
Fixed crash on double click in KPart Bug #157579
The volumeSlider is locked if the mute is active

2.0-rc1
Fix status bar title disappearing on window resize
Can turn off subtitles
Can revert to the 'auto' audio channel
Save subtitle and audio channel selection
New DBus API under /Player and /TrackList. A full implementation of MPRIS.
Fix pausing and then playing causing the window size to revert.
A new smart "Play Disc" button that plays whatever kind of media is inserted and
if more then one disc is inserted it lets you pick which disc to play.
As a result, Video CD's and Audio CD's are now experimentally supported.

2.0-beta1
Fix hang on close when paused
Restore cursor hiding over the playing video widget
Restore video settings widget (contrast, brightness), as a sidebar instead of a window.
Restore KPart
Save video settings
Audio channel selectable
Volume slider toolbar. Volume saved globally, not per-file.
Imported Amarok's runtime-selectable debug() system

2.0-alpha1
New maintainer: Ian Monroe
Renamed to Dragon Player
Ported to Qt4, KDE4 and Phonon. Many feature regressions. None of Codeine's bugs though... a whole new set!




LicenseGPL
Source(Dragon Player 2.0.1)
Source(Codeine 1.0.1)
other(Dragon - Arch Linux)
SUSE(One-Click SUSE install Dragon Player)
Debian(Dragon Player 2.0-1)
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 time code

 
 by andreaskai on: Apr 11 2009
 
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Is it possible to write the time from the start to the position I'l show and then the time to the end. Like Amarok will use it?

with the bar I'can see that I'l show 60% of the movie, but I can't say 30min.

Thanks


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 dragon player crshed

 
 by zuargo on: Jul 25 2009
 
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Hi I reproduced an avi video and dragon player crashed, here the message that the system sent:

http://fpaste.org/paste/19849

I use Fedora 11, KDE 4.2.4 and Dragon Player 2.0


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 Crop to window Patch

 
 by PxPert on: Jan 30 2011
 
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Hi,
I've just made a small patch against dragonplayer (KDE 4.6.0) that adds crop to window functionality, fell free to include it into main project if you like it!

http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=138071


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 Chapter Information on Bottom

 
 by jlacroix on: May 15 2011
 
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Hi there, I'm hoping you can help me out with something. I am using Arch Linux and recently Dragonplayer was updated, and ever since then, it displays the chapter information on the bottom of EVERY video. For example, it may have the text "Chapter 1" on the bottom of the video, and it stays there, and never goes away! Other Linux video players do not do this.

I've googled this but have yet to find an answer. I even checked Dragonplayer's help menu. Is there a keyboard shortcut or something to get rid of this? I could use other video players but like Dragon the best.


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 subtitles support

 
 by YAFU on: Nov 22 2011
 
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Please add support for subtitles. .srt, .sub, etc. If it possible, different subtitle fonts and position, fps change, shadow, etc.
For a user who does not speak English, a video player without support for subtitles, is not a player.
Thanks!


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 No sound in trueHD DTS FLAC5.1 etc.

 
 by jameschyn on: Apr 1 2013
 
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Slim player, but When playing movie, No sound in trueHD DTS FLAC5.1 etc. I have installed
gstreamer0.10-fluendo
gstreamer0.10-bad
gstreamer0.10-ugly
gstreamer0.10-good
gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg.
Any ideas ?


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