Agreed, it is projects like these that make linux a viable alternative for me. Thanks for all of your work.
Thank you for this project
Thanx for providing an awesome open source multimedia environment. Using Linux would be a lot less fun without it.
Re: DivX Supported?
> Would I be right in assuming DivX
> encoded movies are supported?
Yes, DivX plays fine.
Would I be right in assuming DivX encoded movies are supported?
Could Siggi please update this entry with the new releases? Hello?
Thomas et al, thanks. Xine rocks, I would recommend it to anyone.
Xine is a really versatile player. It supports a very impressive range of video and audio codecs. Xine does not directly support the playback of encrypted DVDs, although a dvd plugin can be obtained over the internet to add this functionality. With the use of plugins it can be extended in many other ways too. Multimedia was one area where Linux was desperately far behind Windows, but thanks to Xine this isn't true anymore. There are many nice frontends to Xine: eg totem (http://freshmeat.net/projects/totem/) or kaffeine (http://freshmeat.net/projects/kaffeine/). My verdict: Xine is a great one stop multimedia shop. Tom (http://www.very-clever.com/)
1) comments shouldn't be used for technical support
2) if satan got a turd pregnant, the baby would be karaoke
Awesome player! Highly recomend. Excellent documentation.
Re: cdg or mp3+g support
you could check http://sourceforge.net/projects/cdg123/
they are building exactly that kind of thing and I guess they are in need of some additional developers..
> I'd like to have a karaoke plugin in
> XMMS ... which would handle CDG, MP3G,
> KAR formats !!! It does not exist
> anything at now !
> Maybe I'll program it if I've some free
> time ...
An open, cross-platform journaling program.
A scientific plotting package.