GNOME Videos (Totem) Gets Overhauled
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 5 February 2014 at 08:45 AM EST. 13 Comments
The next-generation version of GNOME Videos is starting to take shape and become usable for GNOME fans. GNOME Videos looks much better than Totem from the GNOME 2.x days.

GNOME Videos (internally it's still Totem) has been going through a major redesign for a few GNOME release cycles now and is becoming usable and shooting ahead of the original application. GNOME Videos has a brand new UI that many will find to be more attractive than the original user-interface, improvements for finding media, plug-in improvements, and video playback itself has seen some major improvements.

More details on the latest work to GNOME Videos can be found via this blog post.
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