Re: have you tried Democracy Player?

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Timothy Murphy <tim <at>> 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
> > known.
> If you are so smart, tell us how to get rid of totem.

There is a NEW open-source player online at 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 

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