Media player
  19 reviews

Xplayer is a simple yet featureful media player which can read a large number of file formats. It features :

* Shoutcast, m3u, asx, SMIL and ra playlists support * DVD (with menus), VCD and Digital CD (with CDDB) playback * TV-Out configuration with optional resolution switching * 4.0, 5.0, 5.1 and stereo audio output * Full-screen mode (move your mouse and you get nice controls) with Xinerama, dual-head and RandR support * Aspect ratio toggling, scaling based on the video's original size * Full keyboard control * Simple playlist with repeat mode and saving feature * GIO integration * Screenshot of the current movie * Brightness and Contrast control * Visualisation plugin when playing audio-only files * Video thumbnailer * Works on remote displays * DVD, VCD and OGG/OGM subtitles with automatic language selection * Extensible with plugins
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richolate 10 months ago

no estoy seguro repito no estoy seguro, pero parece ya no le dan soporte. la aplicaccion es linda es sencilla tiene buenas opciones, es ligera, y me gusta porque funciona bien, ojala alg├║n dia puedan darle alguna actualizaci├│n. (I'm not sure I repeat I'm not sure, but it seems they don't support it anymore. The application is nice, it's simple, it has good options, it's light, and I like it because it works well, hopefully one day they can give it an update.)

edgar3500 1 year ago

For my work (publication on led advertising screens), I need to quickly control the format, dimensions and other characteristics of the video. Xplayer makes it easy for me with the sidebar by showing "properties". It is one of the first software I install on my LinuxMint machines.

pcfan5 3 years ago

It crush when you try to load subtitles when playing. The display of the movie name at the bottom is unconfortable , shortens the slider bar. DVD's are hard to play, but it can be mannaged.

BCK71 4 years ago

As mentioned by another reviewer, there's an issue with linux mint 19.1 and h.264 playback. no video, but audio works. Tested that this may be related to proprietary nVidia drivers. Without nVidia drivers (and after reinstalling xplayer) it works fine.

rawaniajay 4 years ago

It Works For Me !

Maurice045 5 years ago

Great Player and now my favourite for Mint19 - The addition of fine volume adjustment would make it even better

koulaxizis 5 years ago

Smooth player, nice interface, good features. Unfortunately, I was not able to load any subtitles, no matter how I tried.

Linux777 5 years ago

good media player.

Stevekrk 5 years ago

Amazing media player, and great with playist, I Love it.

mrjohnbates 6 years ago

Doesn't work properly out-of-the-box. Needs to updates in order to run right off the bat, or at least it says it does. When installing Linux Mint on a computer, one of the first things I do is remove this. VLC Media Player has been a much more viable alterative for some time now.

Knezev87 6 years ago

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imperator 6 years ago


Quexos 6 years ago

VLC is vastly superior, why have both? It's just bloat.

tastysushixd 6 years ago

Good player, but music controls of the sound indicator doesnt work good on LM 18.2 Cinnamon Edition

Vasilis_K 6 years ago

This shouldn't be connected with mint-meta-codecs!

FreeWebber 6 years ago

Best work with playlist!

maartenpelgrim 7 years ago

I would like to have the possibility to minimize it to the panel in the same way banshee does

dknight 7 years ago

I like it, it pretty simple and lightweight. There is only what I need, nothing others 100 not need functions for me.

Mintonite 7 years ago

Default player in Linux Mint and it's actually really good. It don't have so many settings but everything just works and it's fast and have brightness control and a superb playlist. Just drag the files you want to see and go and lie in the sofa. Thumbs up.