Ogle is a real DVD player that supports DVD menus and navigation. It can access CSS-protected DVDs if you have libdvdcss installed, take screen shots, and view movies in fullscreen mode. It handles angles correctly and automatically uses the correct aspect. You can switch subtitles and audio tracks. It runs on Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and Solaris.
|Tags||multimedia Video Display|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris BSD FreeBSD NetBSD OpenBSD|
Release Notes: This release adds time-search, some other small features, and general bugfixes.
Release Notes: Alsa audio output fixes, new oglerc-options/features, fullscreen fixes for kwin, HP-UX fixes, and updates to ogle_gui.
Release Notes: This release implemented multichannel audio output and SPDIF AC3/DTS/PCM output for OSS and ALSA drivers. Cropping and zooming of the video output was added, along with the presentation of title, chapter, time, and DVD volume info. It's also possible to skip forward or backward a specific amount of time, defaulting to 10 seconds. XScreensaver and the internal screensaver are disabled while video is playing. The amount of material printed on standard output was reduced, help for setting the DVD device and features was included, and navigation fixes and support for more DVD features were added.
Release Notes: MPEG and LPCM audio support, and some fixes to the navigation code and Title / Chapter selection.
Release Notes: This release has a title/chapter search, some fixes to the navigation code, the ability to default to fullscreen, configurable ALSA device, and a Danish translation.