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SMPEG-gtv and SMPEG-plaympeg, library audio/video player for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.

SMPEG GTK+ MPEG audio/video player.

SMPEG (SDL MPEG Player Library) is a free MPEG1 video player library with sound support. Video playback is based on the ubiquitous Berkeley MPEG player, mpeg_play v2.2. Audio is played through a slightly modified mpegsound library, part of splay v0.8.2. SMPEG supports MPEG audio (MP3), MPEG-1 video, and MPEG system streams.

This package contains a GTK+ player called gtv.

SMPEG is short for the SDL MPEG library originally developed by Loki Software. Since both it and SDL are free software under the LGPL, it uses the MPEG-1 standard as a video display library, rather than MPEG-2, since only the MPEG-1 standard is unencumbered with software patents in the United States.

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SMPEG command line MPEG audio/video player.

SMPEG (SDL MPEG Player Library) is a free MPEG1 video player library with sound support. Video playback is based on the ubiquitous Berkeley MPEG player, mpeg_play v2.2. Audio is played through a slightly modified mpegsound library, part of splay v0.8.2. SMPEG supports MPEG audio (MP3), MPEG-1 video, and MPEG system streams.

This package contains a command line player called plaympeg.

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Ubuntu is a Linux distribution that offers an operating system predominantly focused on desktop computers but also provides support for servers. Based on Debian GNU / Linux, Ubuntu focuses on ease of use, freedom in usage restriction, regular releases (every 6 months) and ease of installation.
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