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Chapter 18. Linux Multimedia (If Music B... > Lights, Camera, Action: Moving Pictu...

Lights, Camera, Action: Moving Pictures

Believe it or not, you have already worked with one of the Linux video players in this chapter. It is Noatun, KDE's media player. It is just as adept at playing video clips, such as AVI or MPEG files. Try it!

If you have a DVD player installed on your system, you will likely want to take advantage of it. One very capable and slick-looking video player out there is likely already installed if you are running a system with KDE. It's called KMPlayer, and it plays back video clips, such as AVI, MOV, MPEG, and others. It also handles DVDs as well, allowing you full menu control with the click of a mouse. It can even handle URLs, meaning that you can play remote files on the Internet.


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