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LiViD: First Official OMS Release!

Feb 16, 2001, 08:23 (9 Talkback[s])

From the LiViD news page:

"The LiViD team is proud to release the first official version of Open Media System, our OpenSource media and DVD player! This release has been in development for more than a year by many developers from around the world. Download, install, enjoy your DVDs in Linux!"

From the Open Media System page:

"The DVD player application being developed is part of the Open Media System, or OMS. The DVD player application will support hardware acceleration at several levels: from no acceleration, to full DVD decoding...."

"The 2.4.x series kernels will have support for DVD drives, and it will no longer be necassary to patch the kernel for DVD support. If you have a 2.2.x kernel, you can get the cdrom-patch module out of CVS to get DVD support...."

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