" a simple media player originally designed for the Raspberry Pi "
Download RasPyPlayer V2.2.0 (Raspbian Package) !
RasPyPlayer (Archlinux Package from AUR) !
It's a simple media player originally designed for the Raspberry Pi computer. It can run on every Linux computer (using mplayer backend except for the Raspberry which only supports omxplayer).
RasPyPlayer's main screen
RasPyPlayer's settings screen
2013-04:17 : RasPyPlayer V2.2.0 (add 5 configurables TV channels)
2013-04:13 : RasPyPlayer V2.1.0 (add black background when playing movies)
2013-03-15 : RasPyPlayer V2.1.0-git (now runs on every Linux computer)
2013-03-03 : RasPyPlayer V2.0 (stable version)
2013-02-16 : RasPyPlayer V2.0-rc0 (settings screen, external subtitles).
2013-01-28 : RasPyPlayer V2.0-beta (new architecture, settings screen).
2013-01-16 : RasPyPlayer V1.3 (fixes V1.2 bugs).
2013-01-13 : RasPyPlayer V1.2 (fixes "'" bug and maximize window).
2013-01-10 : RasPyPlayer V1.1 (fixes scanning performance issue).
2012-12-26 : RasPyPlayer V1.0 (first release).
Download the Raspbian package on this page (raspyplayer.deb) and save it on your Pi.
Use the following command to install RasPyPlayer:
sudo dpkg -i raspyplayer.deb
You can install RasPyPlayer via AUR.
Add the following line in your /etc/rc.local:
mount -t cifs //nashostname/nasvolume/ -o username=
You can find the RasPyPlayer program in the menu.
You can also launch it from command line:
You need to click on "Config" and adjust at least the following settings :
Movie root folder : path to the root folder containing the movies.
Directories to exclude : list of folders name separated by ',' you want to exclude from the scan when refreshing database.
You need to click on "Scan" to refresh you movies database.