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KPlayer

   0.7  

KDE Video Application

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KPlayer
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  160134
Submitted:  Jan 4 2004
Updated:  Jan 11 2008

Description:

KPlayer is a KDE multimedia player.

With KPlayer you can easily play a wide variety of video and audio files and
streams using a rich and friendly interface compliant with KDE standards.

Features include
- video, audio and subtitle playback from file, URL, DVD, VCD,
audio CD, TV, DVB, etc., as well as KDE I/O Slaves;
- volume, contrast, brightness, hue and saturation controls;
- zooming, full screen and fixed aspect options;
- status and progress display and seeking;
- multimedia library to organize your media files and streams;
- configuration dialog and file specific options;
- KPart for integration with Konqueror, KMLDonkey, etc.

The new 0.7 version brings KPlayer into the KDE 4 age. It has been ported to KDE 4 APIs, including Solid. There are currently no plans to use Phonon, since MPlayer is the only backend KPlayer uses. Some polishing has been done, primarily to make KPlayer window resizing smoother. And as usual there have been many bug fixes and translation updates.

Debian packages are available thanks to Christian Marillat.
Set up the repository unless you already have it in your sources.list:

echo 'deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org unstable main' >> /etc/apt/sources.list

Update the package list and install MPlayer, KPlayer, libdvdcss and codecs if applicable.

apt-get update
apt-get install mplayer kplayer kplayer-doc libdvdcss w32codecs




Changelog:

0.7.0 release
2008-01-11
- Port to KDE 4
- Smooth resizing
- Updated translations

0.6.3 release
2007-07-28
- Improved support for subtitles with many new options
- Vobsub and closed caption subtitles now supported
- Autoexpand option puts subtitles below video
- Many bug fixes and other improvements
- Updated translations

0.6.2 release
2007-05-13
- User manual updated with all the new 0.6 features
- Improvements in multimedia library and playlists
- Many bug fixes and other improvements
- Updated translations

0.6.1 release
2007-03-04
- New option to control volume independently of other programs
- Mixer device and channel options for ALSA and OSS sound output
- Fix to keep the system audio volume when starting up
- Fix for various problems when coming back from full screen
- Updated Brazilian Portugese, Breton and Panjabi translations

0.6.0 release
2007-01-14
- Much improved support for disk and tuner devices
- Multimedia Library to organize your media files and streams
- Support for multiple video, audio and subtitle tracks
- Many new and updated translations of the user interface
- Italian and Spanish translations of the user manual
- Many other improvements and bug fixes




LicenseGPL
Source(0.7.0 Source tarball)
(0.7.0 i386 Debian package)
(0.6.3 i386 Kubuntu package)
(0.6.3 i686 openSUSE package)
(0.6.3 i586 Mandriva package)
(0.6.3 i386 Fedora Core package)
(0.6.3 i586 PCLinuxOS package)
(0.6.3 i486 PLD package)
(0.6.3 i486 Slackware package)
(0.6.3 Gentoo ebuild)
(0.6.1 SLAX package)
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 svcd

 
 by Abaddon on: Oct 21 2004
 
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Maybe option "play svcd" will be usefull, won't it?


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 Re: svcd

 
 by kiriuja on: Oct 21 2004
 
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Yes, you are obviously right. In fact I am planning an option like that in KPlayer 0.6. But 0.6 will take a few months to be complete and released.

For now you need to choose File/Open URL and type in vcd://1 or whatever is the track number you want to play. After that the entry will show up on your playlist as well as the Open Recent menu, in case you want to play a VCD/SVCD again.


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 Screeshot

 
 by Youssef on: Nov 17 2004
 
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Why do you choose pornographic videos to present your software ? It's not good at all. Imagine that a father who uses KDE wants to show to her daughter ( or her wife ) the nice Kde applications and themes. They will be very disappointed.

Correct my English


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 Sure

 
 by belghouth on: Nov 25 2004
 
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What u said is correct, I hate marketing with women bodies, Software must be shown with its performance not with women. It's not?


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 Re: Screeshot

 
 by EThitop on: Dec 29 2004
 
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It's not a pornographic video! It's a music video from Shakira.


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 dvd / vcd / svcd

 
 by msimplay on: Nov 22 2004
 
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any chance of dvd / svcd /vcd menus like the gmplayer frontend ?


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 Great app

 
 by TanisInGentoo on: Jan 11 2005
 
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All i want to do is to congratulate you for this great great app. I use it always, and it's my default for all!


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 Very good !

 
 by TuxBrothers on: Jan 12 2005
 
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Thx. its a perfect player !


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 Thanks love KPlayer

 
 by maarizwan on: Jan 15 2005
 
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Thank you buddy, but I wondoer why rtsp:// and mms:// stuff do not get played with kplayer and embedding is also not supported by kplayer as with Kaffeine.

I wish:

1. support konqueror embedding (embedded media player)
2. play real media from konqueror from rtsp:// and mms:// protocol (of course with codecs installed.)

I use Slackware 10 + kde 3.3.2


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 Re: Thanks love KPlayer

 
 by kiriuja on: Jan 15 2005
 
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Hi,

All of that is supported by KPlayer. Embedding in Konqueror and KMLDonkey has been supported since 0.4, and rtsp:, mms: and pnm: protocols since 0.5.

Have you installed from source or some kind of binary package?

You can look for a mms.protocol file under the global services directory, like /usr/share/services or similar. If it was installed correctly, it should have a line like exec=kplayer '%u'. Also make sure that there is no local mms.protocol under ~/.kde/share/services

For the embedding part, check for a kplayerpart.desktop file under the same global services directory, and also libkplayerpart.la and libkplayerpart.so files under the KDE lib directory, like /usr/lib/kde3 or similar. Of course you should also have KPlayer at the top of the list on the Embedding tab in File Associations for each MIME type you want it to play in Konqueror.

Please let me know what you get.

Thank you for using KPlayer!

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 Re: Re: Thanks love

 
 by volkerbradley on: Feb 21 2008
 
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Hi,
Thanks for the helpful hints.
I installed kplayer_0.6.3-1~getdeb1_i386.deb on my Kubuntu Gutsy system but cannot get the mms://wjr.onlinetech.net/wjr stream to play.
I edited the mmms.protocol file in /usr/share/services and changed the empty exec= entry to exec=kplayer '%u' and rebooted.
Still no luck.
There is a huge output that scrolls by when I do kplayer mms://wjr.onlinetech.net/wjr. Can you tell me what I should be looking for?
Thanks.


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