have you tried Democracy Player?

Mike Wright xktnniuymlla at mailinator.com
Thu Jun 21 23:56:01 UTC 2007

Benton Middleton wrote:
> Timothy Murphy <tim <at> birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> writes:
>>Amadeus W.M. wrote:
>>>If you stay on this list long enough, you will see the multimedia
>>>question is being asked about every 1-2 weeks, I'd say. So anyone who's
>>>been on the list for 2 weeks or more knows about vlc. And about mplayer/
>>>mencoder, xine, ffmpeg, transcode, acirdip, streamdvd/streamanalyze,
>>>k9copy, dvdauthor, dvdstyler, vobcopy, etc. Did I leave out anything?
>>>Admittedly, the stuff beyond xine is geek stuff, but it's still well
>>If you are so smart, tell us how to get rid of totem.
> ************************************************************************
> There is a NEW open-source player online at http://www.getdemocracy.com called 
> Democracy Player. They are GPL, open source & source code downloadable. They 
> also have pre-compiled versions for Windows, Mac X, & Linux Ubuntu, Fedora, 
> Mandriva and others in development. They also have "BroadCast Machine" for 
> broadcasting ALL formats of video from yur website, but it is currently 
> unavailable as it is being totally re-written.
> According to their site, installing the player on your system is as easy as 
> typing "Yum Install DEmocracy", this for Fedora 6 & 7. Check 'em out!
>                                              - - Benton Middleton, @ The 
> IpowerNetworK

Great tip, Benton.

Just yummed it onto an fc6 install without problems.  I've already 
watched one show and am downloading 2 more in the background.  Beautiful 
stereo sound, too.

This is the way it's supposed to work!


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