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Audience: A Slick, Minimalistic Linux Media Player

Mar 07, 2012, 21:04 (0 Talkback[s])


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"The application uses a slick, clutter-based user interface and is designed to play videos without getting in your way, with controls displayed in a semi-transparent overlay that uses autohide and a seek bar that shows a thumbnail preview for a given mark in the video, eliminating the need to manually seek to see what happens at a certain point in the video. For the menu, Audience uses an elementary-style AppMenu instead of a classic menu bar:

"Audience doesn't have any settings and the only thing you can configure are the subtitles (language), though some options like lock / unlock window resizing to the aspect ration of the current video, enable/disable video resuming and others are available in Dconf."

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