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Dragon Player

   2.0.1  

KDE Video Application

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Amarok
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Dragon Player
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Link:  http://dragonplayer.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  25045
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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 gstreamer

 
 by Redeeman on: Mar 21 2005
 
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gstreamer support would seriously make this very very nice..


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 add to amarok

 
 by Lechio on: Mar 23 2005
 
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I understand that amarok is intended to be a music player, however other players provide the option of video playback. And it is a very good idea, besides music there are also videoclips. Since amarok can use xine engine it would be great if it had the video playback option, this little app could do it. Any chances of seeing that happen? Tanks


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 Re: add to amarok

 
 by MxCl on: Apr 14 2005
 
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Probably not.


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 bug submission?

 
 by aaron on: Apr 14 2005
 
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Is there a way to submit bugs/features? I'd like to see you be able to edit your xine preferences from codeine. I.E - change default values like sound system (arts, alsa, etc..), video settings, and many of the xine options that are configurable. I think that this would be a great feature in codeine. Great work too, its nice to have a simple video player with a simple interface. Keep it up.


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 Re: bug submission?

 
 by MxCl on: Apr 14 2005
 
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I already wrote the code to configure xine for amaroK, so I can add this quite easily and cheaply to Codeine 1.0-beta4.

There's nowhere but here or email for bugs/features, so you did right :) Sorry for not making this clear.


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 Doesn\'t configure.

 
 by catmandu on: Apr 14 2005
 
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I am able to successfully compile amarok and a few other programs, but I can't even configure yours.

Configuring Codeine...
Verifying Qt 3.x Multithreaded (MT) build environment ... fail

There was an error compiling 'conf'. Be sure you have a proper
Qt 3.x Multithreaded (MT) build environment set up. This
means not just Qt, but also a C++ compiler, the 'make' command,
and any other packages necessary to compile C++ programs.
See configure.log for details.


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 Re: Doesn\\\'t configure.

 
 by MxCl on: Apr 14 2005
 
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bad luck mate.


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 Re: Re: Doesn\\\\\\\'t configure.

 
 by catmandu on: Apr 15 2005
 
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He should be focusing on making his product work with everyone's computer regardless of what he thinks. This should never be a hit and miss OS and applications development.

Either way, he's just another, seemingly with nothing really outstanding. There are so many players all of which happen to use the exact same engines.

I personally test this stuff and have become sorely disappointed in the amateurishness of linux programmers hocking their wares here.


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 Sorry mate.

 
 by MxCl on: Apr 15 2005
 
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I designed the configure to fail when it detects that the user is a sad little boy with no friends.

I'll remove this feature in the next version so even whinging good-for nothing leeches like you can use my software.

Good day to you!


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 Re: Doesn\\\'t configure.

 
 by seb on: May 23 2005
 
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Holy fuck, you must be the most arrogant and self obsessed user i have ever come across. Just because your computer is fucked, doesn't mean that mxcl, who happens to be a brilliant coder, has to give you lessons on being a linux user. catmandu: Why don't you go and code something yourself, you worthless piece of shit.


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 SWEET!

 
 by soimpossible on: Apr 14 2005
 
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Codeine is sweet.

I have been using kaffeine, but it has become _painful_ to use kaffeine recently. It skips every few seconds. And takes ages to load.

Codeine is a refreshing change! Much smoother, faster and more responsive.

I am experiencing some crashes however, though I imagine that its a problem with xine-lib or something.

Another thing... Its all well and good me whinging about this without opening an editor to code it myself. But gstreamer support would be excellent.

Gstreamer is great from within amaroK, but it seems to f**k up KDE. So I end up using artsd engine instead.


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 Re: SWEET!

 
 by eean on: Apr 15 2005
 
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Now that two people have requested it here, I'll ask... what possible advantage would gstreamer have over xine? From amaroK gstreamer consistently has more problems, (probably from being newer then xine). Especially given the extra cost in complexity that codeine having more then one engine would have.

I don't see it happening. Mxcl shouldn't be adding such features... he should be working on amaroK instead. ;)


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 Re: Re: SWEET!

 
 by MxCl on: Apr 15 2005
 
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I may switch to GStreamer when it becomes more mature. There is a few advantages that the lower level would bring. Firstly seeking would be much more responsive, or in theory it would, but this might get fixed/improved in xine-lib. Secondly I could do some cool tricks, like (while seeking, show a small copy of the video at the seek point).

But I won't be supporting multiple backends, and I won't be doing this if xine-lib improves, or until GStreamer is more stable and mature.


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 Your wallpaper

 
 by brk3 on: Apr 15 2005
 
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Where did you get your wallpaper?! Any chance you could email me a link..?(pauldbourke[at]gmail[dot]com)
Cheers, codine is coming along really well, keep up the good work :)


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 Re: Your wallpaper

 
 by MxCl on: Apr 15 2005
 
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This is a common request. There's a link that is still active on page one of the comments.


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