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amaroK Video Capable [MockUp]

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KDE Video Application

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amaroK Video Capable [MockUp]
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Submitted:  Jul 3 2006
Updated:  Jul 29 2006

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It would be nice to see a mixture of Kaffeine and amaroK in order to make a powerfull and rich media player in KDE. What is your opinion?
(I saw that many users disagree on a mixture, so i change my propose)

What about making amaroK playing video using an engine? (xine, mplayer, etc)




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 About Time!

 
 by mattosburn on: Jul 3 2006
 
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I'd LOVE to move to a linux distro & finally say goodbye to Windows; but, I can't get away from the Windows Media Player setup. I HATE the idea of a seperate player for my mp3s & avis.

WMP 10 is just really friendly that way. Functionality or not, it's just friendlier. MS did that right.

I've been waiting for the KafferoK idea for quite a while. Bring it on!


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 Re: About Time!

 
 by ggabriel on: Jul 3 2006
 
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I don't agree.
I use Windows but really hate Win Media Player, it's not only bad as an all in one player, it's bad too as a video player! Come on, it don't even have a fast forward/rewind feature, you can't advance/retrocede a video une frame a a time with the cursor keys as you can with, for example, Quicktime!

Besides all this, I really prefer to use une application for music and another one for video. In Windows I use Winamp for audio and whatever (WMP, Quicktime, BSPlayer, WinDVD, etc.) for video.

Keep Amarok as the best audio player in the world, it's right that way! ;)


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 Re: Re: About Time!

 
 by panzi on: Jul 4 2006
 
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I agree that WMP is crap. In windows I use(d) Winamp 5 for audio AND (some) video. For most video I used VLC or mplayer (yes, mplayer). Didn't install crappy QuickTime.


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 Amarok

 
 by Dapper on: Jul 3 2006
 
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why not just give Amarok video support, it will already play MPG and AVI, it just won't display video :)


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 Re: Amarok

 
 by leinir on: Jul 3 2006
 
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Quite simple - Amarok's core functionality depends greatly on metadata, and most videos simply do not support meta data well enough for that sort of use :) Sure, Quicktime and Theora (by way of the ogg container with oggtag) both do, but most videos are either mpeg or avi files, neither of which to my knowledge support any kind of tagging.

On top of that, we would really rather do one thing Right(TM) (you know, the old UNIX way of doing things) and simply make the best immersive music file player out there, in stead of a mediocre DE ;)

(a recurring joke amongst the devs while discussing new features is Amarok OS, something we obviously want to avoid)


..Dan // Leinir
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 Kaffeine

 
 by tosta on: Jul 3 2006
 
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Kaffeine can play audio and video, but it have some problems with video streams.


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 Keep things simple

 
 by ecastro on: Jul 3 2006
 
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I prefer things to be simple and fast. For example, the 99% of the time I'm listening to music with amarok, the ohter 1% of the time watching movies with kaffeine... so... why I have to use a bloated All-in-one media center just for playing some mp3? It's useless to have things loaded in memory that you just use the 1% of the time.

However, video support in linux really sucks, specially streaming video. I would really like to see improvement in that way. Kaffeine is ok, it should be kept getting better, and more integrated with konqueror. Web multimedia experiencie in linux is waaay behind Windows. I want to click on "Last news micro" on my online newspaper and see the video inside konqueror... I dont want kaffeine to pop up with a los of errors about xine and demuxes not found...


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 why

 
 by gfdsa on: Jul 3 2006
 
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I just don't get, while there is always a neophyte that wants to have another windows?


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 Re: why

 
 by ecastro on: Jul 3 2006
 
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Do you say this because of what i said? If that's the case, i dont want another windows. I just admit that windows is much better than linux in handling streaming video


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 Re: Re: why

 
 by gfdsa on: Jul 3 2006
 
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do you mean that message "connecting..." with dots running on the bottom tool bar? or what do you mean by "handling"? The download speed is higher?


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 Re: Re: why

 
 by gfdsa on: Jul 3 2006
 
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sorry, I reread your post, and now I got the point.
The thing is, that I do see video inside konqi, as well as inside FF. Morover, I usually have to disable it, cause I preffer to do "view source->doubleclick->wget with middle click" voodoo.
You problem has nothing to do wth "streaming video", it's rather common packaging problem.
Just think about what and how you install.


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 Re: Re: why

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Kaffeine (xine) works perfectly for me. It can play all kind of streaming video clips. (QT7, WMV9 etc...) I know nothing about demuxers and codec X not found... These probs belongs to Windows Media Player... I've installed the latest version of w32-codecs-all....


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 Amarok

 
 by reyfer1 on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Please!! I like Amarok for what it is now: the BEST audio player EVER!!! I think it's better to be the best at one thing, rather than being one of the bunch,"everything-but-the-sink" media players.

Amarok is simply the best audio player there is, and there are some great video players out there, I really like to have that separated, Amarok for music, VLC for video


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 Re: Amarok

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 4 2006
 
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What about making it the Ultimate Media Player in linux?


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