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* [http://www.coreplayer.com/ CorePlayer]: A multimedia platform for mobile and desktop computer systems
* [http://www.coreplayer.com/ CorePlayer]: A multimedia platform for mobile and desktop computer systems
* [http://www.flumotion.net/cortado/ Cortado]: Java applet playing ogg/theora/vorbis
* [http://www.flumotion.net/cortado/ Cortado]: Java applet playing ogg/theora/vorbis
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* [http://www.mozilla.com Mozilla Firefox]: Open Source web browser, since version 3.5 (was 3.1 beta)
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* [http://www.mozilla.com Mozilla Firefox]: Open Source web browser, Theora support since version 3.5 (was 3.1 beta)
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* [http://www.opera.com/ Opera] Web browser (closed source freeware), in experimental builds from 2007-Nov (very buggy), 10.5x versions (official support, but still had problems), and version 10.60 (2010-Jul-01) and newer (should be mature, also supports WebM/VP8 video)  
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* [http://www.opera.com/ Opera] Web browser (closed source freeware), Theora support in experimental builds from 2007-Nov (very buggy), 10.5x versions (official support, but still had problems), and version 10.60 (2010-Jul-01) and newer (should be mature, also supports WebM/VP8 video)
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* [http://www.google.com/chrome Google Chrome]: Web browser (supports both Theora, WebM/VP8 and H264)
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* [http://www.google.com/chrome Google Chrome]: Web browser (supports Theora, WebM/VP8 and H264)
* Safari 3.1 and later: if the [http://xiph.org/quicktime/ XiphQT] components are installed
* Safari 3.1 and later: if the [http://xiph.org/quicktime/ XiphQT] components are installed

Revision as of 06:02, 17 November 2010

Contents

Multi-platform

  • VLC Media Player: Open Source media player and streaming server that support virtually every video and audio format
  • Xiph Plugins for Real Player/Producer
  • Quicktime components for Quicktime 6 and Quicktime 7 – QuickTime and Macintosh OS X plug-ins
  • Mplayer: Open Source video player (some limitations). SMPlayer is a front-end which provides mplayer and libraries for different platforms.
  • CorePlayer: A multimedia platform for mobile and desktop computer systems
  • Cortado: Java applet playing ogg/theora/vorbis
  • Mozilla Firefox: Open Source web browser, Theora support since version 3.5 (was 3.1 beta)
  • Opera Web browser (closed source freeware), Theora support in experimental builds from 2007-Nov (very buggy), 10.5x versions (official support, but still had problems), and version 10.60 (2010-Jul-01) and newer (should be mature, also supports WebM/VP8 video)
  • Google Chrome: Web browser (supports Theora, WebM/VP8 and H264)
  • Safari 3.1 and later: if the XiphQT components are installed

Windows

  • DirectShow filter: Adds support for Ogg Vorbis, Ogg Speex, Ogg Theora, Ogg FLAC, and native FLAC to any DirectShow-compliant player such as Windows Media Player and BSPlayer
  • Visonair.tv Player: Freeware player - Plays Ogg Vorbis and Theora streams

Linux/BSD

  • Helix Player - an open source media player for Linux, Solaris, and Symbian based on the Helix DNA Client media engine.
  • Totem - a Free Software (GPL-licensed) media player based on xine or GStreamer media engine.
  • Xine: a Free Software (GPL-licensed) media player, complete with its own media engine and a long list of supported formats.

Mac OS X

  • Xine: a Free Software (GPL-licensed) media player, complete with its own media engine and a long list of supported formats. Supports Darwin/MacOS X (ppc) via the fink project.

See also

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