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Postby shuvongkor » 05 Jun 2018 00:12
PotPlayer is the top and best media player of all. People all over the world use it to play their videos and audios. But why it is only available for Windows?

and Why there is no Linux Version of PotPlayer?

Is it too hard to make a Linux version of a software?
Postby D2NP » 15 Jun 2018 23:24
Always try the latest beta version (x32 only) before continuing a discussion here.
When you have a problem (Follow steps 1,2,3)
This is NOT official support though. It is my contribution to Potplayer.
Postby graphicscardhub » 17 Jun 2018 03:05
It would have been great to have a linux version for this awesome media player.
Postby ukbeast89 » 31 Jul 2018 01:11
I thought pot player can use FFMPEG libs though?
https://wiki.mikejung.biz/PotPlayer#Potplayer_FFmpeg_Codec_Overview

You could use Opengl for the video renderer and alsa for the audio renderer.

I know MPC has a linux version.
https://github.com/cmdrkotori/mpc-qt

I think the other issue will be the Freeware licence.
Postby ProfessorStormy » 17 Aug 2018 11:57
I would pay for it.
I tried to get it run with wine and much hacks but its not usable.
Postby Dreamer » 18 Aug 2018 04:44
I think it's not just about player, it's also about decoders and so on, so it would be very complicated and there are not enough Linux users who would pay for it - most Linux users use Linux because it's free.
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