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Moovida

Moovida

Moovida (formerly Elisa) is an open source cross-platform media center solution designed to be simple to use.

It can be used to watch video including DVDs with menu support, manage a music collection, and view pictures with animated slideshows.

The software automatically locates media stored on network drives and detects IPods, cameras, USB hard drives.

It uses GStreamer, Python and OpenGL technologies. Moovida is entirely modular, configurable and can be customized. A more experienced user can adapt Elisa to his or her needs. It is designed to be easy to extend using a plugin system.

 Moovida 1.0.9

Price
Free to download

Size
1.6MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
Fluendo

Website
www.moovida.com

System Requirements
GTK+ 2.2 or higher
Python
GStreamer
Pigment
OpenGL

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Features include:

  • Supports a wide range of media formats using the GStreamer multimedia framework, including Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Theora, Matroska, MPEG 2, MPEG4, Quicktime and Windows Media. Commercially licensed plugins that work with GStreamer and Elisa are available
  • DVD playback
  • Supports playing music files and web radio stations. 
  • Supports any remote control supported by the linux infrared control project
  • View photos and images for all of the common formats such as jpeg and png. Elisa can also perform simple manipulation of images including rotation of portrait pictures
  • Supports DLNA compliant UPNP multimedia devices. This means photos, music and videos shared from such devices are available in Elisa. Elisa is also able to share its own files to UPNP enabled devices.
  • Can act as a DAAP client to browse and play music files shared on the network by iTunes, Banshee or Rhythmbox
  • Able to browse and display pictures shared on Flickr
  • Fast scrolling bar, allowing you to quickly move across large numbers of songs or movies to find the one you're looking for

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