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KPlayer

   0.7  

KDE Video Application

Score 83%
KPlayer
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  160238
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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 gl e gl2

 
 by estevam on: Jan 25 2005
 
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When I seletec gl or gl2 in video options, Kplayer opens mplayer. Fix it pls!


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 Re: gl e gl2

 
 by flatpooks on: Apr 29 2005
 
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ummmmmmm i think the point of supplying the source code is so that you can "fix it" yourself if you feel the need


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 fullscreen problem

 
 by zimmbi on: Feb 15 2005
 
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when switching back from fullscreen to window mode, window size don't has the same size like before it was in the fullscreen mode.


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 WOW

 
 by berndbuecker on: Apr 15 2005
 
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Wow - this looks very cool. Finaly a Media-Player with potential !!!!

Go on, we wait for 1.0 !!!!!!!


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 Come on man!

 
 by maarizwan on: Jun 21 2005
 
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Please release a new version! it's been a very long time, sice we've seen an update!

KPlayer is one of the BEST media players for Linux.

And Linspire uses KPlayer for Video Playback, doesn't it proves that KPlayer is great!


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 some requests

 
 by Mamonetti on: Dec 17 2005
 
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Hi


I'm trying this app for the first time, and I think it's very interesting. Adding such a set of extra features to MPlayer is a great idea, but I think there are a few more very desirable (imho):


- Toolbars should be configurable, as "all" kde apps (add/remove buttons, change their icons,..)

- Sorting the playlist using any of the columns included should be possible

- Adding/removing columns at the playlist is also required

- Adding all media files from a selected directory to the playlist should be recursive (or not.. you decide at insert time)

- File information at playlist should be easy to see.. sometimes you can get confused with it (for example: "AAxBB VIDEO: xvid AUDIO: mp3")

- Related to this an extra column to show advanced information about the file could be added if it's possible to get this information from mplayer (bitrate, fps,..)

- The playlist should work in "double-click mode". Currently It's annoying to get a file played when you only want to set Its position (maybe move it up or down)

- If possible I would add also extra columns at playlist for setting the "category" of an entry (music video, anime video,.. of course the set of categories should be configurable) and even adding the user rate to each one (so you can decide which are your best files, and you can sort the playlist using this column if you want to have together your best videos)


Well, I hope you like it

Congrats for this great app :D

Regards


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 Re: some requests

 
 by Mamonetti on: Dec 17 2005
 
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Ooops, a couple more:

- The currently played song at the playlist should be selected in a different way. Maybe using a different selection background color or by showing Its row bigger than the rest (this is the way it works at Amarok)

- So you could add a button for scrolling the playlist to the current playing file or do it automatically (I think the first option is better, even more if you are managing your playlist when there's a file change)


Regards :D


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 Re: some requests

 
 by Mamonetti on: Dec 18 2005
 
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More and more:
- I should add an extra column to the playlist representing the file index (It only show its position and It's not editable.. I would be easier to find a song by remembering Its index, whithout having to search It manually by Its name or whatever you want)

- At "Preferences/Show status bar" I think there's a bug, because It should be "checked" when you enable It and doesn't seem to work in this way..

- The playlist editor should be automatically hideable (or not.. It should be configurable). If you want you can show it up, and before playing a file you could drop it down to get a bigger image without having to switch to fullscreen mode

- At status bar I should add an icon showing the current playing status (I'm talking about common play/pause icons)


Regards :)


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 Re: some requests

 
 by Mamonetti on: Dec 18 2005
 
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Some changes:
- All I've written about "playlist" was really about the "playlist editor" (I hadn't noticed it, sorry..)

- For hidding the playlist editor you could do it automatically (as I've said before) or even better, having a hide button (a down arrow icon) (when you hide It you only can see a bar over the status bar representing the packaged editor and your hide button has been changed for a "show button", which shows an up arrow icon). So you should have the hide button instead of the close button (if you want to close It you always can use the keyboard shortcut or use the playlist menu)

- When playing mplayer in standalone mode if you press the "o" key you cycle between the modes of showing the file time (show the status bar when moving forward/backward, show current time and %, show current/full time, and don't show anything). At kplayer this option is disabled, and you only can set how it works "statically", going to the preferences menu.. why don't let it work as it is? if you press the "o" key you should cycle the show time mode


Soz for so much posts..

Regards :)


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 Re: some requests

 
 by kiriuja on: Jan 27 2006
 
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Hi there,

It's been a long time since I last came to kde-apps, so I missed your posts by more than a month, sorry.

Funny thing though, I've been working on many of the things you mention for the last year or so. If you could compile the current CVS and give it a try, you will see that many of your wishes have already come true. :) Playlist Editor has been replaced with a new feature called Multimedia Library, look in there for all the new stuff.

In the future, if you have more suggestions about KPlayer, please post them on the KPlayer user forum at SourceForge, so they land in my inbox right away, but are publicly visible at the same time. I really like your ideas, please keep them coming!


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 kplayer

 
 by laliebijard on: Oct 15 2006
 
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Hello

Kplayer looks fine, but I miss two things:
1. Can I change subtitles font?
2. Can I change subtitles encoding?

J.


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 Re: kplayer

 
 by slopsil on: Jan 12 2007
 
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It seems so far the only way to do this is by setting Additional Command Line Arguments on the Advanced page either in KPlayer Settings or in File Properties to something like:

-font Arial -subfont-encoding ISO-8859-7

Note that you cannot put spaces in the font name this way, but you can put the path to a font file instead. If you need a font with spaces in its name, then put it in your mplayer.conf.


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