If you ever need a good music player on your Android device, Rocket Player is one such good player available at http://www.jrtstudio.com/Rocket-Player-Android-Media-Player. The best feature is the ability to play music from a folder. Most of us mortals segregate our music collection into folders and apart from VLC player, this is the only one I … Continue reading Very good Android Music Player Rocket Player
Connect the HDMI cable - one end to PC and one end to laptop. Then switch on TV and select the Video Input as HDMIx where x is the HDMI port you have connected your laptop or computer to the TV. Select Settings Manager -> Display and you will see HDMI as one of the … Continue reading How to connect laptop to TV with HDMI in Xubuntu
VLC does not play all VCDs in Linux. You can play VCDs using Mplayer instead. Open a terminal window in Linux and type the following command to do so: $ mplayer vcd:://4 -cdrom-device /dev/sr0 <enter> If you notice the //4, that is the track on the VCD. Change it if the VCD does not play … Continue reading How to play VCDs in Linux with Mplayer
From this version of Ubuntu/Xubuntu, medibuntu repository does not exist. Therefore, you cannot get the libdvdcss4 package to install and watch DVDs on Xubuntu / Ubuntu 13.04. To watch DVDs on this version of Ubuntu / Xubuntu, download the libdvdcss2 package from http://www.videolan.org/developers/libdvdcss.html and install it. The above steps can be replaced with the following … Continue reading How to read DVDs in Xubuntu
A MKV format video file can be played back on Linux using VLC. You can get VLC from your distribution's package repository or you can download it from http://www.videolan.org/vlc. VLC is also available for Windows, and is one of the best swiss-army knife kind of media players available.
Handbrake / VLC overheats the CPU. To overcome this problem, make the program use 1 thread. In VLC, there is option in the GUI to do so. In Handbrake, you need to add thread=1 to the manual options.