Kaffeine 0.8.3 reviewDownload
Kaffeine is a full featured Multimedia-Player for KDE
Kaffeine is a full featured Multimedia-Player for KDE. By default it uses xine as backend.
Kaffeine is free software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence.
Here are some key features of "Kaffeine":
Electronic Program Guide
On screen display
What's New in This Release:
DVB: selectAll button in scandialog
DVB: save channels list sort order
DVB: added "Current channel" button in epg window, patch by Michael Hoertnagl
xine-part: shortcuts for delay/advance subtitles (ctrl+alt+right/left)
xine-part: fixed wmv seeking.
xine-part: save and restore video settings (hue,saturation,contrast,brightness)
DVB: OSD warning when timeshift hd less than 300MB
added: option to start in minimal mode + dcop call.
added: "Open Dir" starts playing dvd from dir if dir points to a dvd image.
added: playing dvd iso files.
DVB: auto rename channels when adding to list
Disc: fixed crash trying to play while encoding
Disc: Ask user for cddb close matches, patch by Boyan Tabakov
fixed: session issue.
fixed: better screensaver disabling method (no interfering key presses anymore).
DVB: fixed scanning services sharing same pmt.
DVB: added H/V (C band mutipoint) lnb settings.
DVB: improved device detection.
DVB: added : "int dvbSNR( int device )" dcop call.
fixed: crash when quit from systray.
Kaffeine 0.8.3 keywords