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Kaffeine GUI mockup

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Kaffeine GUI mockup
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Downloads:  966
Submitted:  Jan 6 2006

Description:

This is a idea for Kaffeine's GUI.

I replaced the tabs for TV and playlist, because it is not very userfriendly if you have to switch between the tabs just for changing the TV channel.

Instead of the tabs, there is on the right a bar which shows eihter the playlist or the TV channels.
It should also be possible to hide it.

But it is just a mockup ( and not a very good one ) so write what you think about this Idea!
If you like it or tell me why you don't like it!




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 idea is good, but ..

 
 by MasterD on: Jan 6 2006
 
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I think kaffeine is the best mediaplayer for linux but it doesnt look very well. It shouldm't look like the M$ Mediaplayer, coz thats looks horibly, and isnt userfrienldy i think, but i dont like the tabs of kaffeine too. So I think a sidebar would be nice, but your one doesn't look very pretty ;-)


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 reinventing the whee

 
 by piesis on: Jan 6 2006
 
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since amarok is such a nice application which, fortunately for some time to come, will stay only an audio player, wouldn't it be good to have a somewhat complementary video application - kaffeine with features like:
* taskbar icon for control and announcements
* powerful yet uncluttered playlist (some automagick + manual possibilities)
* some sorts of statistics - bound to a movies name (not location or source media) - when it was first watched, how many times, lookup title at imdb.com (in a new browser window, no tabs this time :)
* DVB, VDR (from kmplayer) controls and their relevant stuff in a amarok-style sidebar, which can be disabled, if not needed
* podcasts or other type of live bookmarks of online video
* ipod-video anyone? ... :D


My €0.02


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 Re: reinventing the whee

 
 by Skrot on: Jan 7 2006
 
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I've been toying with this idea my self. A amaroK-ish videoplayer. I do however feel that since KDE MM is on the move, and may or may not support video, it might be a good idea to wait for it. As in not writing more code to support video-playback, if there's already a KDE API on it's way for such.
Another issue is meta-data for videos, or rather the lack of it. To be able to sort videos in the fashion we do with music, we would have to create external (read: stored in a database) meta-data for the movies.
Much of the amaroK-code (some of the GUI, the collection-code, etc) would probably be reusable in such an app though. :)


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 Agreed

 
 by BorgQueen on: Jan 6 2006
 
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I agree with both of the above, especially MasterD's comment. I urge that you stay away from M$ style interfaces. He (or she) is right, they aren't very user friendly.

I watch my win user friends (sigh, yes I have friends that use it), even after years of using M$ style interfaces, they still stumble. They have an easier time on Gnu Linux, BSDs etc and KDE interfaces in particular (a great selling point to switch to Gnu Linux, a BSD or the like and KDE).

I like the idea of a sidebar. Perhaps a sidebar with menu items that slide out when the mouse is over them or something similar.

thanks


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 switching tabs !

 
 by l1nux on: Jan 6 2006
 
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yes is good idea !
i use kaxtv, because no tabs in kaxtv :)
switch between the tabs to access playlist (TV, DVB...) is bad idea !!!


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 kaffeine is cool but

 
 by panzi on: Jan 7 2006
 
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kaffeine is cool, but it crashes WAY to often. For that reason I use gxine as an alternative xine frontend, even thought I use KDE and not GNOME.


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 Kaffeine SVN

 
 by crisalide on: Mar 20 2006
 
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You may want to give Kaffeine SVN a try to discover the new UI.
Look at http://kaffeine.sourceforge.net/index.php?page=developers&PHPSESSID=ce6ed62a15cc80e933b9c4bf74de606e
for svn instructions.


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