blchupin at iinet.net.au
Thu Jun 10 09:30:08 UTC 2010
On 10/06/10 18:19, Tim Hanson wrote:
> At one time I used ogle (using libdvdcss) to decode and play full length DVDs.
> The advantage of ogle was that it played the video just like a commercial DVD
> player, with full menus. It played in slow motion and fast forward, etc. The
> problem is that it had some bugs, the last update was in 2005, and it is no
> longer carried on the repositories.
> On my last iteration of a distribution featuring a KDE desktop I noticed that
> the video player no longer includes all these features. Is there a current
> player that does? I'm particularly interested in one that honors the DVD's
> menu system.
I am not sure what you mean by "honors the DVD's men system" but haven't
you yet tried xine? (Install xineui.) If you also use TV on your system
you need xine (or kaffeine, but xine is better - except that kaffeine
can record your programs whereas xine won't). You can also try vlc - but
for most things xine is better :-) .
Decisions, decisions....... :-) .
Start with xine(ui).
Attorney: All your responses MUST be oral, OK? What school did you go to?
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