Celluloid (formerly GNOME MPV) is a simple GTK+ frontend for mpv.
Celluloid interacts with mpv via the client API exported by libmpv, allowing access to mpv’s powerful playback capabilities.
This is free and open source software.
- Capable of using mpv’s configuration files as-is. Keybindings can be set up using mpv’s input configuration file.
- MPRIS2 support – implements the MPRIS D-Bus Interface. This allows for better integration with desktop environments that have compatible MPRIS clients.
- Drag and drop playlist – playlist entries can be added, removed, or rearranged easily with drag and drop operations.
- Wayland support.
- Extensible through plugins.
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: The Celluloid authors (Connor Duncan, Gaurav Narula, Harenome Ranaivoarivony Razanajato, Michael Heyns, Mingye Wang (Arthur2e5), Patrick Griffis, Sun, gipawu, gnome-mpv, tista500, xuzhen
License: GNU General Public License v3.0 or later
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