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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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Downloads:  2447
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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 Video support

 
 by bwoollia on: Jul 4 2006
 
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I'd love to see Amarok support video, especially to improve the iPod support.


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 thoughts

 
 by smileaf on: Jul 4 2006
 
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While I will say amarok is an awesome audio player, and that kaffeine is pretty decent(best one out there so far.)
I'm skeptical about merging the 2.
Why? I'm afraid that it might take away from the general direction that amarok has taken.
Take kaffeine for example. in pre-0.4.x releases it's direction was mainly video. and it did it very very well. in fact I still use a patched up 0.4.3b
in later releases the direction was switched to multimedia in general. while it could play audio it certainly wasn't meant in my opinion to be an audio player. even after all the gui changes it's still not up to par. 0.7 is MUCH better than it was! in fact it's back to it's usable state. now if they could only add an option to get rid of those stupid tabs forever I'd be very happy.

so in short I'd be fine with the idea of video support. as long as amarok doesn't try to be a multimedia player and sticks with it's audio roots.


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 Re: thoughts

 
 by smileaf on: Jul 4 2006
 
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I love having to stand corrected.
kaffeine 0.8 seems to have a very cleaned up interface. and all functionality back in.
while the playlist is no longer detachable you can still see the video
while you can't make the playlist part small enough to fully satisfy be I'm happy again :) no more 0.4 for me.


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 KParts

 
 by csanchisb on: Jul 4 2006
 
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This has been discussed before and it seems that there are many people who are reluctant to adding video support to Amarok. So my proposal is: why not have an optional feature for embedding kaffeine through kparts?


Carlos Sanchis
Valencia (Spain)

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 Re: KParts

 
 by yggdrasil on: Jul 4 2006
 
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This would be a good solution and would prevent Amarok from getting bloated.
But built-in, non-optional video support would not be so good.


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 Don't use that name.

 
 by odysseus-nz on: Jul 4 2006
 
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I know it's only a mock-up, but if you ever get serious don't use that name. The first 2 syllables would be pronounced in English just like a highly offensive South African racial epithet, and with -rok on the end could be taken to be a derogatory phrase for the local music.

John.


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 Re: Don't use that name.

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Ok... lets make it KaffaroK :PP


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 Re: Re: Don't use th

 
 by GaryGC on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Pronounciation is still the same. The word is VERY offensive!


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 Re: Re: Re: Don't use th

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 4 2006
 
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Relax! :) it's just a mockup! :)


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 Re: Don't use that name.

 
 by jvz on: Jul 26 2006
 
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Yeah, we don't want another "GIMP" sort of name. :P


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 Not the same app

 
 by sleepkreep on: Jul 4 2006
 
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I'm against making it the same application, but for making a video app that is similar in UI design to Amarok. Consistency is very important and since every KDE distro ships with Amarok, if the video player looked and acted like it, it would provide a consistent way of working with your multimedia. However each project should be allowed to go their own way in terms of tools they provide.


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 Re: Not the same app

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 4 2006
 
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But it would be nice for us to have one unique application for all multimedia jobs, so you don't have to open 100 different applications in order to do your job. Video/Audio Playing/Streaming/Ripping/Burning/Recoding/Encoding...


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 No Amarok nightmares

 
 by lucher on: Jul 10 2006
 
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Well, the new kaffeine GUI is quite satisfactory for a video player. I am pretty sure it would lose its convenience by chaning it into an Amarok like 'GUI'.

I really don't aunderstand the hype on Amarok. The ui just looks and feels bad.


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 Re: No Amarok nightmares

 
 by menace1982 on: Jul 29 2006
 
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i think it's all about preferences... When i saw amaroK for the first time, i saw a messy program. I used to amaroK and i think that the interface is great. Its database capabilities are great.


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