tony at baechler.net
Sun Mar 3 14:39:25 UTC 2013
Well, Helix is the open source version of RealPlayer if you want to give it
a try. It's very rudimentary and I don't like it. MPlayer does show the
track info, so I'm not sure what you mean. Just use the Speakup review
keys. It helps a lot to pass the -quiet switch. You can also use ffmpeg to
convert the RealMedia to a different format. RealPlayer itself is dead, at
least on Linux, so it would be pointless and probably impossible to rewrite
TRPlayer even if someone wanted to.
On 3/3/2013 6:27 AM, Hart Larry wrote:
> Well Tony: While certainly lots of fine reasons to use mplayer, tr player
> had all those nice kee controlls for finding out info of a playing track.
> And even an author of tr player agreed that there were more modern programs
> out currently.
> Really some combination of tr player and Walt's "DAE" would be quite good.
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