Haruna Video Player is a cool mpv GUI front end

Spring vegetables Is a free and open source Qt/QML video player for Linux, it uses mpv (libmpv) for video playback.

libmpv can embed mpv into other programs as a video/audio playback backend.new mpv? This is a free and open source media player based on MPlayer, mplayer2 and FFmpeg, which runs on Linux, *BSD, macOS and Microsoft Windows, and also has an Android port.

Due to the high-quality video output (using OpenGL and the new Vulkan API) and other functions, mpv has become very popular in recent years. This function supports more than 100 options for controlling playback quality, including the use of advanced magnification filters, color management, etc. ) And optional hardware acceleration.

It also supports youtube-dl, which allows to play online videos from more than 1,000 websites such as YouTube and PeerTube, it supports Lua scripts, and can even encode files from one format/codec to another format/codec Device.

By default, mpv comes with a minimal graphical user interface, which is basically just a screen controller that provides basic mouse interaction.

Haruna Video Player is a GUI front end for mpv (libmpv), which makes it easier for people who like a graphical user interface to use and configure mpv. Using it, you can display playlists when the mouse is hovered, easily configure keyboard shortcuts and mouse buttons, skip to the next chapter by clicking the middle mouse button on the progress bar, and more. This mpv GUI also allows to set the preferred youtube-dl audio/video format.

Other functions include loading primary and secondary subtitles, setting the preferred subtitle language, changing the volume and searching steps, automatically skipping chapters containing certain words, and adjusting the colors.

In addition to other small functions, you can also increase or decrease the playback speed, speed up or delay subtitles.

Haruna video player settings

You can show or hide certain user interface elements, such as menu bars, toolbars, and chapter markers. You can also choose the color scheme (default setting, or Breeze light/dark/high contrast), and whether the video player should use the Breeze icon theme and whether to use the Breeze GUI style.

The Breeze icon/GUI option has been added to the latest Haruna 0.5.0 released recently. This version also adds the function of switching hardware decoding, as well as an option for setting the location of the file dialog (if it is empty, the file dialog will remember the last opened position).

Note for Gtk users: When installing from Flathub (I’m not sure if you install it in other ways (because I haven’t tried it)), Haruna will not use your system theme or icons.

Overall, Haruna exposes enough features/settings to make mpv easy to use, while keeping it simple and clear.If you want more, it’s up to you (see SMP player You can also use mpv or other functions, such as VLC) Or less (using bare mpv) player and its user interface.

Download Haruna Video Player

Have a third party Spring Vegetable Buns Suitable for Arch Linux / Manjaro (AUR) and openSUSE Tumbleweed.For other Linux distributions, you can install from source Explain here, Or from Flathub.

If you install Haruna from Flathub, the bundle provides everything you need to run it. This means that it can use libmpv and youtube-dl directly, so it doesn’t matter what version of the software package your system uses.

To install Haruna from Flathub, you need to set up Flatpak on your system (if it is not already installed) (and the Linux distribution does not enable it by default).See this Quick Setup A page on how to do this.

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