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KMPlayer

KMPlayer

KMPlayer is a basic audio/video viewer application for KDE, and a video player plugin for the Konqueror web browser.

You can use this software for watching all the movie file formats that MPlayer, xine or GStreamer support, as well as watching from DVD, VCD or TV and camera.

The application window consists of dockable windows. There is always the central view window available.

The KMPlayer KPart plugin for Konqueror mimics QuickTime, MS Media Player and RealPlayer plugin browser plugins.

It can also embed inside khtml, enabling movie playback inside an HTML page.

 KMPlayer 0.11.3d

Price
Free to download

Size
0.5MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Koos Vriezen

Website
linux.softpedia.com

System Requirements
KDE4
MPlayer/MEncoder
ffmpeg

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Features include:

  • Play DVDs
  • Play VCDs
  • Play from a TV device
  • Full screen support
  • Keeps movie size ratio
  • Position solider
  • Show backend player's console output
  • Launch ffserver when viewing from a v4l device
  • DCOP KMediaPlayer interface support
  • VDR viewer frontend (with *kxvplayer), configure VDR keys with standard KDE shortcut configure window
  • Javascript support
  • Bookmark menu
  • Support for playlist formats such as ASX, RAM, m3u, pls etc
  • Recording using MEncoder, MPlayer or FFmpeg
  • Lots of configurable shortcuts
  • Lets the backend players play from a pipe (read from stdin)

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