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mplayer all the way simple to play movies , mencoder for ripping(avidemux2) transcode 3 best mplayer/mendoder is my favorite over all. dvd mplayer dvd:// kmplayer just a frontend for mplayer but I really don't like any gui front end . konq I just click the movie or mplayer file.avi in konsole . mc I just double click ;D ah the options . Thats just the tip of the ice berg
Its the default by choice in our house. Sometimes one size fits one job is nice. We use Klear for viewing DVB-T forthe same reason. I agree that Kaffeine is a good, we used to use that before Codeine and Klear came into their own.
VLc is cross platform player - TRULY to its name - Video LAN player. I used it in places where i cant install EXE files. Its plays almost all Files without codecs - that what i think it makes a great player - whether the OS os Linux or other