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Dragon Player

   2.0.1  

KDE Video Application

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Dragon Player
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Link:  http://dragonplayer.org
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  25463
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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 next and back

 
 by maarizwan on: Jul 21 2005
 
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in DVD I need to use "Next" and "Back" to move between movies. I have matrix 3-in-1 dvd. I can't go to previous and or next movie using codeine. There is no Next and Last buttons and even in the toolbar it's not present.

codeine-1.0-rc1 here, xine-lib-1.0.1


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 Re: next and back

 
 by MxCl on: Jul 21 2005
 
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Can you describe to me what a 3-in-1 DVD is, so I can figure out how to support it? I've not heard of these before and don't really know what they are, is it DVD video still?


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 Re: Re: next and back

 
 by maarizwan on: Jul 21 2005
 
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a 3-in-1 dvd is a DVD which has Three movies. Like my matrix 3-in-1 has:

1. The Matrix
2. Matrix reloaded
3. Matrix Revolutions


Likwise there are other 3 in 1 dvds for other movies like:

1. Jurassic part 1,2,3
2. kill bill
etc.


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 next and

 
 by eean on: Jul 21 2005
 
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And they all have independent menu systems?

Sounds a little legally dubious.
>.>


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 Menu toggle helps

 
 by maarizwan on: Jul 22 2005
 
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I can access the 3-in-1 movies from the dvd using menu toggle feature.

But it is very confusing to use Menu Toggle. As codeine design goal is simplicity and intelligent behavior, which I appreciate very much.

I can access the 3 movies in the DVD by using 'Menu Toggle' but a Next and 'Back' buttons will definitely make it easier. thanks.


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 Re: Menu toggle helps

 
 by MxCl on: Jul 22 2005
 
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So they are like chapters?

Yeah next chapter back chapter buttons are needed, definately. DVD support aint great yet. They play, but aren't handled well by the GUI. That'll be a priority for 1.1 I've already decided. Hope that's good enough, thanks :-)


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 ideas/issues

 
 by eean on: Jul 24 2005
 
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Codeine is now my primary player, but there's a few minor things that would make it perfect.
*Being able to skip forward and backward like 10 seconds. I see there is already something bound to the left and right arrow keys that should do that, but it doesn't work (skips to the beginning). I suspect this is a xine-lib bug since amaroK has a similar issue.
*The cursor should disappear when unmoving for a few seconds over playing video. I imagine this somehow possible.
*The 'fullscreen' option on the movie context menu is bound to u instead of f. :)


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 Re: ideas/issues

 
 by MxCl on: Jul 24 2005
 
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1. Yeah skipping forward and backwards is not great. I want to improve this, but xine-lib is not great at scanning through media for most formats. But I do intend to try to improve things, I have some ideas. 2.As far as I can tell, it does disappear after 4 seconds of not moving. This has always been coded in. Maybe I've missed a bug, can you provide a test-case for this not working? 3. This is unfortunately the KDE standard. U is the key in English translations for the menu shortcut for full screen mode. I don't really want to go against the KDE way for things like this as people who learn the shortcuts will find Codeine annoyingly different. F still works when the menu isn't up, as that is the general keyboard accelerator for fullscreen mode.


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 Re: Re: ideas/issues

 
 by MxCl on: Jul 24 2005
 
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kde-apps is so buggy at the moment! What happened to my paragraph separators?!


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 pause and hide?

 
 by caracalla on: Aug 7 2005
 
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Do you have plans to add support for subtitles? And what about adding the possibility to hide and pause codeine with one action like kaffeine offers it with a click on the tray icon?
i like the idea of a simple movie player and the session idea for every movie file is great. I tried codeine in an earlier version where it didn't work, now it seems to work fine. I am using it now as the behaviour of kaffeine to play the previously played file at the end of the currently played file (hope you get what I mean) is driving me nuts and kplayer jumps around happily when maximized and minimized between my 2 monitors in my xinerama setup, but a pause and hide function would make codeine even more attractive to me. ; )
Bye, Valentin.


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 Re: pause and hide?

 
 by MxCl on: Aug 10 2005
 
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> Do you have plans to add support for > subtitles? Yes, Codeine already does if the subtitles are embedded in the video. Support for subtitles in separate files will next release. > And what about adding the > possibility to hide and pause > codeine with one action like > kaffeine offers it with a click on > the tray icon? I don't really understand. Can you explain a little more verbosely, thanks :)


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 Re: Re: pause and hide?

 
 by caracalla on: Aug 10 2005
 
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kaffeine has such a feature via its system tray icon. When I do a simple left mouse click over the tray icon while the kaffeine window is visible it hides completely (an entry in any taskbar is also removed), if it was also playing it pauses the playback too. Another click brings the video back and restarts the playback again. I find this very convenient, especilly if also bound to a keyboard shortcut: the player window is minimized and the playback paused in one action and the playback retstarted just as simple.
I hope I was clear enough, if not just ask again, maybe I will also have some more suggestions.

Bye, Valentin.


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 Xine settings

 
 by vide on: Aug 29 2005
 
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Mxcl, since you're also a core amaroK dev, please take inspiration from the revamped amarok 1.3 xine config page.
Yeah, I know that a video app needs much more option than an audio one, but showing every xine setting is far too distant from the KISS philosophy you have in mind with Codeine.
I mean, you don't even have a stop button on the standard toolbar and you got 6 pages full of widgets in the config window?


"There is no stronger drug than reality"
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 Re: Xine settings

 
 by MxCl on: Aug 29 2005
 
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Thanks for the comment, but I don't see a reason to remove it. Inconsistency with the otherwise KISS philosophy doesn't bother me as the application is very simple, except for this dialog, something you only see if you request it. What I mean is, the complicated dialog is not visible during any normal usage. Full xine-configuration was requested by a number of users, and because of the way xine is, it only requires 30 lines of code to generate the dialog, so it's not bloating the app. The reason I provide it is that without full configuration there is no convenient way to fix a broken xine. As it says in the dialog, there is no reason to even use the dialog unless xine isn't working properly.


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 Re: Re: Xine settings

 
 by vide on: Aug 29 2005
 
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Well, IMO some voodoo-options should go only in the configuration file, it's clear text, if you want to change for example the codecs path, edit it manually. Chances are that with you distro packager doing a good job there won't ever be a need to change the default provided. And this could be applied to lots of other option. Anyway, it's your app, if you're ok with this it's not a problem at all :)


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 Re: Re: Re: Xine settings

 
 by MxCl on: Sep 1 2005
 
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Yeah I do agree, but the problem is xine doesn't make it possible to distinguish between a sane option and an option that only God would want to change. So it's kinda hard to fix. But yes I see your point and have been thinking about what I could do about it. Thanks for the comments! :)


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 nice work

 
 by Superstoned on: Sep 6 2005
 
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hey,

first time you started this poject i thought - just another video player. but now i'm impressed - it is just one of these "just works" applications KDE needs more of :D

good job! and thanx for writing it!


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 Re: nice work

 
 by MxCl on: Sep 6 2005
 
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Thanks, it's really nice to get comments like these :-)


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