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I use mplayer for video and "xmms with xmmplayer plugin" for audio....
mplayer plays almost any kind of file and the codecs work for every video type.....
but gmplayer is a bit painful....
I can't close the video window if I want to hear only audio.....doing so closes gmplayer itself....
acid_kewpie: yes, isn't that program just a front anyway?
anyways, mplayer for me ... soo many output options, i personally love aalib's output (black and white text output ... look cool, or if you want colored text, libcaca, but its a bit shaky i find) ... or a much of images, soo many options!
djworld: kaffine is "xine based" , i guess that means its a front end for xine?
Distribution: SuSE 9.2/MDK 10.1/Nothing Microsoft at all.
Hey team, Xine plays everything I can throw at it.
It can create playlists that can be draged to the desktop and clicked. I can't work out how to do this with mplayer.
It does slow motion. mplayer, as above.
Xine's keyboard controls are easy to learn.
So for me, I guess it's XINE.