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Ogle DVD Player

Ogle
Ogle screenshot
Original author(s) Students of Chalmers University of Technology
Developer(s) Students of Chalmers University of Technology
Initial release ?
Stable release 0.9.2 (November 6, 2003 (2003-11-06))
Preview release 1.0pre7try2 (August 26, 2005 (2005-08-26))
Written in ?
Operating system Unix
Type Media player
License GNU GPL
Website Ogle website

Ogle is a free software/open source DVD player able to play DVD menus[1] and can play CSS encrypted DVDs,[2] but does not play DVDs with ripping protection schemes such as ARccOS Protection that are common on movie DVDs from major studios. Ogle does not play anything other than DVDs.[1] Ogle runs from the command line, but with the FOX toolkit install it can be used with the Goggles GUI.[2]

References

  1. ^ a b Kent, Jonathan (05-06-2002). "GNU/Linux DVD Player Review". Linux Journal. 
  2. ^ a b Phillips, Dave (12-01-2003). "GNU/Linux DVD Player Review". Linux Journal. 

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