Pyxine 0.1 Alpha 2

Pyxine is a set of Python bindings and an object-oriented wrapper for xine.
Pyxine is a set of Python bindings and an object-oriented wrapper for xine. Using Pyxine it is possible to write simple (or complex) movie players in the Python programming language.

Have you been wanting to write a video player in Python? (Perhaps for the PVR project you've been toying with?) Pyxine lets you play movies using libxine from Python.

Requirements:

· Python 2.2 or better. (2.1 might work?)
· Modern GNU gcc/g++
· xine-lib-1-beta4 (or better)
If you want to hack the source, you'll also probably need:
· SWIG (I'm using version 1.1)
· GNU make

What's New in This Release:

· Instructions for playing an audio file were wrong.
· Added some notes about the example players.
· Removed debugging calls to cerr.form().
· Apparently ostream::form() is a (deprecated) GNU extension which causes gas for many.
· Typo fix: Add namespace to std::ostringstream
· Removed spurious (and wrong) 'inline' declaration.

last updated on:
October 27th, 2007, 23:05 GMT
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developed by:
Geoffrey T. Dairiki
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Video

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