Video & Movies Apps for Xfce
Watching videos online has become an international cultural norm due to its ease of access and the sheer variety and versatility of the content that can cater to virtually any demographic. Recording videos and uploading them has never been easier, with the tools needed to both create and consume them being ubiquitous and often freely accessible.
- Convert videos to formats that work on your mobile phone, tablet, TV media player, game console, computer, or web browser.
- Android, BSD, Linux, and Windows open source multimedia download manager.
- A extensible Music player with Podcast support, web radio, playlists and many more. As it is written in Python, writing new plug-ins is really easy.
- MPlayer is a movie player which runs on many systems (see the documentation).
- Gaupol supports multiple subtitle file formats and provides means of creating subtitles, editing texts and timing subtitles to match video.
- Parole is a media player for the Xfce desktop environment, written using the GStreamer framework.
- Utility to show live keyboard and mouse status for teaching and screencasts.
- Transcoder is a video converter for Linux using GTK+ as GUI toolkit and ffmpeg as backend.
- xine is a free multimedia player. It has a gtk-based front end called gxine too.
- libcaca is a graphics library that outputs text instead of pixels, so that it can work on older video cards or text terminals.
- GStreamer is a library for constructing graphs of media-handling components.
- Xfmedia is a simple, easy-to-use media player based on the xine engine. The GTK+ GUI focuses on playing and managing audio files, but, being based on xine, supports video as well.
- snappy is an open source media player that gathers the power and flexibility of gstreamer inside the comfort of a minimalistic clutter interface.