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Old 08-29-2008, 04:30 PM
Reuben Budiardja
 
Default DVD Movie players...

On Friday 29 August 2008 12:12, Dan Thurman wrote:
> Is there a DVD movie player that includes support
> for full menus, esp. one that allows me to choose the
> language subtitles since I am hard-of-hearing? Seems
> totem does not allow me to choose the wide/full screen
> support as well? It seems to look only at titles 1-X for
> which one has to manually select and run, one at a time
> and seems to be a limited player, unless there is add-on
> support or something if it is supported?
>
> Thanks!
> Dan

Kaffeine, Xine, or VLC should be able to do all that, and they are in the
repository. You may also want to grab the related packages for the non-free
version in Livna or other 3rd-party repository.

TL

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Old 08-29-2008, 05:22 PM
Dan Thurman
 
Default DVD Movie players...

Reuben Budiardja wrote:


On Friday 29 August 2008 12:12, Dan Thurman wrote:
> Is there a DVD movie player that includes support
> for full menus, esp. one that allows me to choose the
> language subtitles since I am hard-of-hearing? Seems
> totem does not allow me to choose the wide/full screen
> support as well? It seems to look only at titles 1-X for
> which one has to manually select and run, one at a time
> and seems to be a limited player, unless there is add-on
> support or something if it is supported?
>
> Thanks!
> Dan

Kaffeine, Xine, or VLC should be able to do all that, and they are in the
repository. You may also want to grab the related packages for the
non-free

version in Livna or other 3rd-party repository.

TL


Thanks to all who responded!
VLC does what I want!

Dan

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