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'''Dragon Player is a simple interface for playing movies or music''' </translate>
 
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'''DragonPlayer''' is the default movie player of KDE SC 4.x. It was previously known as Codeine.
  
DragonPlayer is the default movie player of KDE4. It was previously known as Codeine.
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=== Features === <!--T:3-->
  
=== Features ===
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::* Simple interface
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* Simple interface
::* Resuming videos: Starts playing a video where you were watching it last time
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* Resuming videos: Starts playing a video where you were watching it last time
::* Support for subtitles: Automatically loads subtitles with the matching name
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* Support for subtitles: Automatically loads subtitles with the matching name
::* Video display settings (brightness, contrast)
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* Video display settings (brightness, contrast)
::* Due to using [[Glossary#Solid|Solid]] and [[Glossary#Phonon,|Phonon]] DragonPlayer is independent of any multimedia framework or hardware abstraction layer
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* Due to using [[Special:myLanguage/Glossary#Solid|Solid]] and [[Special:myLanguage/Glossary#Phonon|Phonon]] '''DragonPlayer''' is independent of any multimedia framework or hardware abstraction layer
::* Supports playing CDs and DVDs
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* Supports playing CDs and DVDs
  
=== Screenshots ===
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=== For Music ===
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=== For Music === <!--T:7-->
::* Select 'Play Disk' and your music begins. No distracting playlist, just sound.
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::* 'Play File' opens a dialogue to allow you to find and play single files.  A playlist can be built, but this isn't the primary function.
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* Select <menuchoice>Play Disk</menuchoice> and your music begins. No distracting playlist, just sound.
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* <menuchoice>Play File</menuchoice> opens a dialogue to allow you to find and play single files.  A playlist can be built, but this isn't the primary function.
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Official website:  http://www.dragonplayer.net
  
=== Web site ===
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Official website:
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[[Category:Multimedia]]
http://www.dragonplayer.net
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Dragonplayer2.png
Dragon Player is a simple interface for playing movies or music

DragonPlayer is the default movie player of KDE SC 4.x. It was previously known as Codeine.

Features

  • Simple interface
  • Resuming videos: Starts playing a video where you were watching it last time
  • Support for subtitles: Automatically loads subtitles with the matching name
  • Video display settings (brightness, contrast)
  • Due to using Solid and Phonon DragonPlayer is independent of any multimedia framework or hardware abstraction layer
  • Supports playing CDs and DVDs

Screenshots

Starting up
Playing a video

For Music

  • Select Play Disk and your music begins. No distracting playlist, just sound.
  • Play File opens a dialogue to allow you to find and play single files. A playlist can be built, but this isn't the primary function.

Further information

Official website: http://www.dragonplayer.net


This page was last edited on 12 December 2010, at 13:32. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.