Kawaii-Player – media player based on mpv and MPlayer

Kawaii-Player is a multimedia player, media library manager and portable media server with PC-To-PC casting feature.

The software has some unique attributes such as the ability to directly watch video within thumbnails.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Combine Audio-Video Player and Manager.
  • Bookmark and categorize series in the library (like Watching, Incomplete, Interesting etc.).
  • Audio-Video management functionalities using sqlite3.
  • Custom Addons Support for viewing content of various sites directly on the player.
  • Support for downloading fanart/posters and other information such as summary or biography from internet sites such as TVDB and last.fm.
  • Thumbnail Grid Mode Support.
  • Internal web browser with custom right click menu for manually downloading desired fanart and poster for library collection.
  • System Tray Support.
  • MPRIS2 support and integration with sound menu applet.
  • Custom Playlist and queueing support.
  • Remembers most of the last settings, and can opens up directly last watched series in the library.
  • Special Minimal Mode Music Player for listening only music (Available in System Tray context menu).
  • History Manager for both addons and local content.
  • mplayer/mpv internal player.
  • Better buffer management for mplayer on low bandwidth network.
  • Support for opening video in external players like vlc, smplayer or kodi.
  • Torrent streaming player/server.
  • Media Server Capability.
  • Headless Media Server mode using Xvfb.
  • YouTube wrapper using qtwebengine/qtwebkit.
  • Detached Video (Picture in Picture) Mode.
  • Universal Playlist Generation.
  • Web Interface for accessing media server content.
  • PC-To-PC Casting.
  • Browser-To-PC Casting.
  • Remote Control using web interface.
  • Peer to Peer Mode.
  • Available in three themes including dark and system theme.
  • Gapless Playback of Network Streams.
  • Live Seekbar Preview.

Website: github.com/kanishka-linux/kawaii-player
Developer: AAK
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

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