xine works well on desktops but vlc rules 'em all on laptops.
On Wed, 2002-01-09 at 14:29, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 January 2002 14:18, Stephane Dudzinski wrote:
> > Well, VLC handles it well (no menus though), and ogle is gcc-selective
> > ... doesn't like 2.96 series.
>> I haven't tried VLC, but that lack of menus is a pain in the ass. But
> presumably that feature will catch on. Ogle have a bunch of rpms and
> debs, there shouldn't be a need to compile it, unless your hoping
> for optimisations...
>> The one I used previously was omi (the livid one) and it sucks. No menus,
> lots of crashing, and all the documentation is in wiki, served up as
> text/plain so that you get the html source....grrr.. :)
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