Considering Totem instead Gxine
jani at ubuntu.com
Fri Sep 14 14:42:45 UTC 2007
> On 14/09/2007, *Jani Monoses* <jani at ubuntu.com <mailto:jani at ubuntu.com>>
> > Anyway, I think if Gstreamer is already pulled in and also has the
> > codecs installation dialog, it is the preferred choice. But then
> > I never play DVD's, so I'm a bit biased and I don't know exactly
> > wrong with playing DVD's with Gstreamer.
> I think playing works but subtitles and menus do not.
> That sounds like quite a big problem, but again: someone who plays DVD's
> often should elaborate on that.
I use totem-xine for precisely that reason.
> > The biggest objection I have against Totem is that it is labelled
> > Movie Player" while it is actually also the default for music
> files, so
> > it's actually a "Media Player", but well...
> Ubuntu has rhythmbox for music, I suppose that's the reason
> Yeah, but I recall when I tried Ubuntu Feisty when you double-clicked an
> MP3-file, Totem would open...
quite possible, I remember similar things but assumed my system was
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