GNOME Videos is the official movie player of the GNOME desktop environment.
It features a playlist, a full-screen mode, seek and volume controls, as well as keyboard navigation.
GNOME Videos is pre-installed with many Linux distributions.
- Video thumbnailer for the file manager.
- Nautilus properties tab.
- Mozilla (Firefox) plugin to view movies inside your browser (in development).
- Webcam utility (in development).
- Play any xine or GStreamer supported file.
- LIRC support.
- Shoutcast, m3u, asx, SMIL and ra playlists support (also usable from a shipped LGPL library).
- DVD (with menus), VCD playback, disc-type automatically detected.
- TV-Out configuration with optional resolution switching.
- 4.0, 4.1, 5.0, 5.1, stereo and AC3 Passthrough audio output.
- Full-screen mode (move your mouse and you get nice controls) with Xinerama, dual-head and Viewport support.
- Remote operation mode to control a running Totem.
- Seek and Volume controls.
- Aspect ratio changing, Scaling based on the video’s original size.
- Full keyboard control.
- Playlist with Repeat and Shuffle modes, with saving feature and drag’n’drop reordering.
- GNOME and Nautilus integration (Totem registers the file-types, adds a menu item, uses the proxy configuration, saves sessions, and registers pnm, mms, uvox and rtsp schemes, removes playlist items from a disc that’s getting ejected).
- Properties window (information about the current movie).
- Drag’n’drop and mousewheel actions.
- Screenshot feature.
- Brightness, Contrast, Hue and Saturation control.
- Visualisation plugin when playing audio-only files.
- Telestrator mode using Gromit.
- Video thumbnailer.
- YouTube support.
- Nautilus properties page.
- Works on remote displays.
- Automatic external subtitle load, or manual (only on the command-line, use like: totem file:///file.avi#subtitle:file.srt).
- DVD, VCD and OGG/OGM subtitles and languages support.
- Dialog for more accurate seeking.
- Authentication dialogs when location requires it.
- Online help (in English and other languages).
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