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XULPlayer 0.5-pre1 released

After over one year, and right before the arrival of the Chinese new year of the ox, another release of XULPlayer is out. In the new version, XULPlayer has become more user friendly and easier to use than ever. New exciting features are still being actively developed and will be added in the up-coming releases, including advanced media library, easy mobile devices transcoding feature and support for DVD and BD. So just stay tuned with us. Please visit: http://xulplayer.sourceforge.net

Posted by Stanley Huang 2009-01-24

XULPlayer 0.2.1.2 is released

XULPlayer 0.2.1.2 is released. The open-source XUL-based media player is getting better and better. Handy features like drag-and-drop support and playlist shuffle mode have been added. The UI multi-language support is ready. More translations are wanted. If you work out the locale file for your language, please send to us.

Posted by Zoominla 2007-11-23

XULPlayer 0.0.6 released

XULPlayer 0.0.6 is release. The open-source XUL-based media player is getting better and better. Handy features like drag-and-drop support and playlist shuffle mode have been added. The UI multi-language support is ready. More translations are wanted. If you work out the locale file for your language, please send to us.

Posted by Stanley Huang 2007-09-18

XULPlayer 0.0.5 released

The XUL-based desktop media player has announced its 5th release. Many improves have been done. New features have been added, including video screenshot, lyric display, dual-player mode. XULPlayer is on its way to a cool XUL application.

Posted by Stanley Huang 2007-08-28

XULPlayer 0.0.3 released

XULPlayer 0.0.3 is released with much improved usability.
XULPlayer is an open source media player built on Mozilla XUL and MPlayer. It intends to be a flexible, user-friendly and web-enabled media player with support for playback of most popular audio and video formats.
Currently XULPlayer is still in early stage. Please just use it for fun and give us feedbacks. If you are interested in XUL, welcome to get involved.

Posted by Stanley Huang 2007-08-05