Media Explorer is a media centre application for Linux (including MeeGo) developed by the Intel Open Source Technology Centre. It uses Clutter, Grilo, GStreamer and Tracker to find, index and play local and remote media.
Chris introduced the project in April and since then we’ve added a few more features, including very simple music library support so that you can play music files and add them to the queue to create a playlist:
We also added some nice transitions to and from the video and slideshow that can be seen in our latest screencast, as well as animations when scaling pictures in the slide show. We’ve also been streamlining the performance, so animations are smoother and startup is quicker.
Checkout the new website for more information and instructions on building it. We’ve also created a Twitter news feed to keep people up to date with the latest developments.
2 thoughts on “Media Explorer”
Absolutely love it! Hope this will become an integral part of Gnome 3.2, not just the Media Explorer functionality, but also the very well conceived full-screen UI.
Seems nice, will try it tonight.
Made a PKGBUILD for it in Aur, so yaourt -S media-explorer should work for ArchLinux users.
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