[MPlayer-users] recognition of CD/DVD's w/ cover art

Kevin DeKorte kdekorte at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 3 19:27:16 CEST 2005

On Wednesday 03 August 2005 10:46 am, johan kdks wrote:
> I'm trying to find a Linux media player with media recognition that shows
> cover art, which I didn't know existed before now??
> My friend just installed Plutohome.org, an open source Linux media project.
>  Whenever he inserts a CD or DVD, it recognizes the disc and displays the
> cover art, along with detailed attributes, like the names of the chapters
> in a DVD, or the studio for a CD, like a Windows XP Media Center does.  It
> also seems to cache this locally since the next time he puts the disc in
> the recognition is instant; first time there's a 2 second delay or so.  I
> didn't know there was such a free system for Linux.  I only knew about
> freedb, which works only for cd's, isn't nearly as accurate, and doesn't
> have cover art or other extended data.  Why don't we do the same thing? 
> Since Plutohome.org is open source, is there any chance you can copy the
> code into mplayer?  I don't want to install Pluto-home because it has so
> much stuff I don't need (home automation, phone system, media streaming,
> etc.).  I only want this for the mplayer in my normal desktop pc.
> Thanks
> (not sure if this a developer or user post, so I posted in both, sorry)

Off topic,

but Juk, Rythmebox and a few others all do this. 

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