Kaffeine is a simple and easy to use media player based on the xine-lib and full integrated in KDE3. It supports drag and drop and provides an editable playlist, a Konqueror plugin, a Mozilla plugin, OSD, and much more.
|Tags||multimedia Video Sound/Audio Players MP3 CD Audio Desktop Environment KDE Themes KDE 3.x|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD Linux|
Release Notes: The GUI was redesigned. A lot of feature improvements were made, such as audio encoding (for MP3 and Ogg).
Release Notes: The compiling problem with some gcc versions and other small bugs have been fixed. Some code cleanup was done.
Release Notes: DVB support was much improved. DVB broadcasting, subtitle support, enhanced OSD, and DVB channel categories were added. A GStreamer based player-part with all basic features was introduced. The media:/ ioslave of KDE 3.4 and PLSv2 is supported now. A lot of other improvements and fixes were done.
Release Notes: Besides the usual improvements and bugfixes, full DVB (Digital Video Broadcasting) support was introduced, featuring timeshifting, an electronic program guide, instant recording, and much more.
Release Notes: Final GUI optimizations and several fixes were made. A count-down timer and timer OSD has been added. The playlist will be cleared when a URL is dropped into the video window or passed by command line (Konqueror|Open With...). It's now possible to shut off the monitor and/or quit after playback. When a subtitle file is opened or dropped, a dialog box asks for the movie it belongs to. Garbage characters in titles have been fixed, as well as a crash after changing the audio driver and (un)muting arts-driver.