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Kaffeine

tagline: From openSUSE

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 License.
Kaffeine

Kde4-Kaffeine-main.png

showing the main window of Kaffeine

Download for openSUSE:


Developer: Kaffeine team
License: GPL
Web: http://kaffeine.kde.org/


Installing the full version (more supported codecs) of Kaffeine

Note:Last update to kaffeine.kde.org was in April 2011. Currently 2 years ago, which usually indicates abandoned project.

Click here and click the One Click Install button.

Currently Packman only provides packages for kde3-kaffeine, for KDE4 just follow these instructions about restricted formats installing. On that page please select the guide suitable for your openSUSE release.
See restricted formats article, as well.


Features

  • Audio Effects
  • DVD/VCD playback with navigation.
  • CDDA playback and ripping. Encoders for mp3 and OggVorbis.
  • Plays streams embedded in webpages
  • Digital Video Broadcasting
  • Live playback of digital TV. OSD program description.


Troubleshooting

Full versions of xine or gstreamer are required for playback of certain audio and video codecs

Q: Kaffeine gives an error message when trying to play DVD's

A: The version shipped with openSUSE does not support DVD playback, download the full version of Kaffeine from the Packman website.

Q: I cannot play copyright protected DVD's

A: Please read the XINE page for a workaround.


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