I’m not usually that excited when I see a Media Player, but Xine’s free Video Player looks gorgeous, and its for Linux Operating Systems.

xine is a free multimedia player. It plays back CDs, DVDs, and VCDs. It also decodes multimedia files like AVI, MOV, WMV, and MP3 from local disk drives, and displays multimedia streamed over the Internet. It interprets many of the most common multimedia formats available – and some of the most uncommon formats, too.

View the Xine Video Player for Linux.


20 Comments on “Xine – A Free Video Player for Linux”

  1. rohan says:

    i want to download XMMS

  2. sooraj ps says:

    i want to download mediaplayer

  3. vishal says:

    i need xine player

  4. vijay says:

    i want to download media player for5 linux

  5. vijay says:

    i want to download xine media player for linux

  6. Ahir Vishal says:

    i need all player for linux
    mp3 player, video player, dvd player, codec player

  7. Anand Gyanbote from solapur says:

    I cant play video,mpg,mp3 files in linux redhat 4
    tell me how i can play that files in Linux

  8. prashant says:

    linux support xmms but not detect sound card in my pc so plz tell what i do?

  9. dinesh says:

    i want to download xmms palyer for mpegv file

  10. linux says:

    search google guys, it’s easy !

  11. vishal says:

    very good

  12. srinivas says:

    This is a vey good player

  13. riyaj says:

    i wana download video plyer for linux

  14. niraj says:

    I cant play video,mpg,mp3 files in linux suse10.2
    tell me how i can play that files in Linux suse10.2

  15. devendra says:

    I want to download xine player

  16. Pankaj says:

    oh!!!!!!!!!!

    Linux

  17. asad says:

    i need m. players for linux

  18. hk says:

    hi, i need xine player

  19. gokul_hedron says:

    you might have faced the dependency problem while installing any RPM package of xine on suse10.2…
    try to get the complete package of wine with codecs and all…then try this command as root user

    rpm -i -vh –nodeps [file_name]

    you don’t have to bother about where the installed files will be stored…usually it will be stored in /bin/..

  20. abc says:

    Hi, i am also want good player for linux