Multimedia News Archives
MythTV 0.27.1 Has 340+ Improvements

MythTV 0.27 was released last September with numerous enhancements and now available is its first point release that has hundreds of fixes and other minor improvements to this popular open-source PVR/DVR software.

3 June 2014 - MythTV - Add A Comment
VidOn.me Publishes A New XBMC Source Tree

"VidOn.me has an Allwinner A20 based media player called VidOn.me AV100 that they are using a forked version for XBMC on, which unlike upstream mainline XBMC features full hardware accelerated video decoding and full Blu-ray Disc menu support, but like many Chinese companies VidOn.me have previously not released all the source code changes and modification as they are required to as XBMC is licensed under GPLv2 (GPL version 2), meaning their code have never had a chance to make it into upstream mainline XBMC as per the GPL, but now it looks like they might have released their latest code to comply with the GPL", wrote a Phoronix reader this morning.

9 May 2014 - VidOn.me - Add A Comment
OpenELEC 4.0 Beta Brings Changes, Based On XBMC 13

The OpenELEC HTPC/multimedia Linux distribution is out today with their first beta release of the upcoming 4.0 series. OpenELEC 4.0 will bring many front-end and back-end changes to this distribution centered around XBMC.

6 March 2014 - OpenELEC - 6 Comments
GPAC Multimedia Framework Now A Decade Old

The GPAC open-source multimedia project is now one decade old and in that time has seen 5,000 commits. Developers behind GPAC have written into Phoronix to explain their Linux-supportive multimedia crusade.

26 January 2014 - GPAC Project - 1 Comment
MPlayer2 Gone Dark, MPV Is Still Happening

The once popular MPlayer2 fork of MPlayer has sadly not seen any new development activity in nearly one year, but another less well-known fork of MPlayer is still showing a future with its most recent activity just being from hours ago.

1 January 2014 - MPlayer Updates - 51 Comments

208 Multimedia news articles published on Phoronix.