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Kaffeine Player

   0.8.7  

KDE Video Application

Score 88%
Kaffeine Player
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Kaffeine Player
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.2.x
Downloads:  46044
Submitted:  Jan 3 2004
Updated:  Jul 6 2008

Description:

Kaffeine is a full featured media player for KDE3. It supports all kinds of local and network media and digital video broadcasting.
At the moment Kaffeine can use xine-lib (recommended) or Gstreamer (experimental) as backend.




Changelog:

0.8.7

* kaffeine: add MOD/STM mimetypes
* kaffeine: fullscreen fix, patch by Einars Lielmanis
* DVB: updated libdvb, added CAM menu.
* DVB: added multiservices CAM support.
* DVB: added ATSC scanning, patch by "Devin Heitmueller"
* DVB: added 7MHz autoscan.
* DVB: reworked CAM support.




LicenseGPL
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(Mozilla Starter Plugin)
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 skip forward buttons

 
 by google01103 on: Nov 27 2006
 
Score 50%

The skip forward buttons are not working with .wmv files (not sure they ever did in 64bit Suse, but work fine with mpg and avi). They move the position bar forward but then snap back to the very beginning (even if movie was well underway)and restart the video.
The position bar slider works fine as does using the mouse wheel to move.

Also, when I update Kaffeine my toolbar configuration is reset.

running Kaffeine 8.3

thanks,


Suse 10.1 x64, KDE 3.55, Gnome 2.12, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 Re: skip forward but

 
 by coogor on: Nov 27 2006
 
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yes, same problem on SuSE 10.0 32bit (running 0.82 on KDE 3.5.5)


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 Re: skip forward buttons

 
 by google01103 on: Nov 30 2006
 
Score 50%

see http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?thread_id=1622557&forum_id=297802


Suse 10.1 x64, KDE 3.55, Gnome 2.12, Opera 9.x weekly build
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 compile error

 
 by Harvest on: Dec 5 2006
 
Score 50%

I can't compile kaffeine.
after "make" I'm getting this:

kaffeine.cpp: In constructor `Kaffeine::Kaffeine()':
kaffeine.cpp:225: error: incomplete type `KApplication' used in nested name specifier
kaffeine.cpp:278:5: warning: "KDE_IS_VERSION" is not defined
kaffeine.cpp:278:19: missing binary operator before token "("
kaffeine.cpp: In member function `void Kaffeine::unloadCurrentPart()':
kaffeine.cpp:325: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp:325: warning: unused variable 'kapp'
kaffeine.cpp:331: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp:331: warning: unused variable 'kapp'
kaffeine.cpp: In member function `void Kaffeine::slotLoadPart(const QString&)':
kaffeine.cpp:433: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp:433: warning: unused variable 'kapp'
kaffeine.cpp:466: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp:466: warning: unused variable 'kapp'
kaffeine.cpp: In member function `void Kaffeine::loadConfig()':
kaffeine.cpp:809: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp:809: warning: unused variable 'kapp'
kaffeine.cpp: In member function `void Kaffeine::saveConfig()':
kaffeine.cpp:876: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp:876: warning: unused variable 'kapp'
kaffeine.cpp: In member function `void Kaffeine::slotQuit()':
kaffeine.cpp:1577: error: incomplete type `KApplication' used in nested name specifier
kaffeine.cpp: In member function `virtual void Kaffeine::closeEvent(QCloseEvent*)':
kaffeine.cpp:1582: error: `kapp' was not declared in this scope
kaffeine.cpp: At global scope:
kaffeine.cpp:1905: warning: unused parameter 'device'
kaffeine.cpp:1896: warning: unused parameter 'name'
kaffeine.cpp:1896: warning: unused parameter 'channel'
kaffeine.cpp:1896: warning: unused parameter 'datetime'
kaffeine.cpp:1896: warning: unused parameter 'duration'
kaffeine.cpp:781: warning: unused parameter 'dir'


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 Re: compile error

 
 by cjacker on: Dec 7 2006
 
Score 50%

just include :
kapp.h
kapplication.h
kdeversion.h

to kaffeine.cpp


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 I get This Matter

 
 by FaUZaNeVVa on: Dec 19 2006
 
Score 50%

When I'm trying to Installing Kaffeine on SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, there`re too many 'failed dependencies' about the Instalation.I think that it's because of SuSE Linux Version. So, I was decide that SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Just support for Enterprise Server purpose only.

:) But I'll always trying to customize the "Enterprise Server" to become "Enterprise Server-Desktop verion"

I hope...


SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 - [Modified with any Desktop Applications - KDE 3.5.1 - Xmms 1.2.10 - GwenView 1.4.1 - Mozilla FireFox 2.0 - Opera 9.02]

It's Difficult if You're on the Wrong Side

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 Kaffeine works fine

 
 by rico83 on: Feb 10 2007
 
Score 50%

Hallo!
I have updated KDE to KDE 3.6.5
on Open Suse 10.2

I have no problems. Kaffeine Works fine.
:) Thanx to the developers of Kaffeine, KDE etc.


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 dont like-left bar

 
 by mtz on: Mar 9 2007
 
Score 50%


it would have been nice if there was a way to hide the bar on the left side ..

anybody know or a hacked version without the bar?


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 Re: dont like-left bar

 
 by GameMage on: Apr 14 2007
 
Score 50%

You could try pressing m (switches to minimal mode) then middle clicking the video (brings the playback bar back) so you lose the side but also the menu bar; which can't even be accessed with alt+F, etc.


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 aspect ratio

 
 by ezTol on: Apr 14 2007
 
Score 50%

Hi, I tried a lot of video players, but there is one feature I could not find.
If there is a video with black borders on top and bottom, I always have the problem that the video is resized until one border touches any side of my screen. No problem on a 4:3 screen, but my is 16:10, and so the video has black borders on ALL sides, what is a bit annoying. With Media Player Classic (not MS) on Windows I can decide whether I want to touch the video from inside or from outside the window, or if I want to stretch it to fit the screen. I can also stretch it manually to all directions, keeping aspect ratio or not.

from inside: keep aspect ratio, video is always completely visible inside the player window, it's resized until ONE (any) side touches any side of the player window

from outside: keep aspect ratio, video is NOT always completely visible inside the player window, video is resized until no black borders are left, even if it cuts on top/bottom or left/right (makes sense when watching a 16:9 movie with hard coded black borders on a wide screen monitor: image is resized until left/right touch the player window and eliminates the black borders on ALL sides)

It's difficult to explain in words, maybe you can try?

I hope I could make clear what I mean.
Would be cool if you could implement such a feature.


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