oKle is a KDE frontend to the Ogle DVD player.
|Tags||multimedia Video Display Desktop Environment KDE|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release incorporates new features of Ogle 0.9.2 including a movable playback slider and the ability to take screenshots of DVD movies. A DCOP interface was added which now makes scripting possible. The UI underwent some changes which improve usability a lot, as do the new error dialogs that catch common DVD drive setup problems. A Spanish translation is now also available. Apart from this, small patches and fixes (especially for automake and autoconf) went into this release.
Release Notes: This release adds DVD bookmarks. A statusbar and a slider displaying the playback state (chapter, time, subtitle, etc.) are now provided. The screensaver and DPMS are now disabled during playback. The release also adds a disc info dialog, with support for opening DVD data from your harddisk and other minor features (such as storing window position or skipping playback 30 seconds forward or backward). An integrated volume control was added. Hungarian and Italian translations are now provided. gcc3.2 compilation fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release requires ogle 0.8.5 or greater. It no longer overwrites the native ogle_gui, and therefore must be called thru "okle" now. A fix for problems with FreeBSD and an updated Swedish translation are included.
Release Notes: This release adds a preferences window where the DVD device can be set. Audio channels and subtitles are now displayed through language strings instead of numbers. A new check for the correct ogle version in the configure script should prevent most build problems. A Swedish translation is now included in the distribution.
No changes have been submitted for this release.