Sunday, June 5, 2011

Kantaris v0.7.7 Portable

Kantaris is an all new media player based on code from Videolan client (VLC) and Bass audio library. Kantaris has a graphical user interface similar to that of Windows Media Player.

Kantaris can play almost anything you can throw at it -- AVI, MPEG, MGEG-AVC, WMV, MOV, MKV, quicktime, matroska, divx, xvid, H264, MP3, WMA, OGG files and more. Kantaris can also play DVDs and audio CDs. The player also displays some of the most beautiful music visualizations ever seen. All this is completely free.

Pretty much everything is improved upon.
    * Updated to vlc 0.9.9 source code.
    * Support for Real Video files.
    * New faster GUI and other performance improvements.
    * New Skin by Jonathan Blois.
    * Improved RAR archives support.
    * And more…

    * Last.FM feature fixed.
    * Fixed problem with Kantaris crashing if start up directory is write protected.
    * Fixed various problems with the video library feature.
    * Mouse cursor problems fixed
    * Updated German, Arabic, Russian and Chinese translations. Thanks everyone that have helped out.

If your native language isn’t available or if the translation is outdated please help out. Here is how:

Translate instructions:
I’ve tried to make it as easy as possible to make a translation of Kantaris.The translation files are located inside the language folder in the kantaris folder. For example: “C:\Program Files\Kantaris\Languages”. They are regular .txt files and can be opened with notepad. Filename should be [country code]-[native country name].txt for example sv-Svenska.txt, or en-English.txt. You can get the country codes by looking at the flags in the Kantaris\flags directory. Check the sv-Svenska.txt for what is needed to be translated.  The text inside the ‘[’ and ‘]’ is the text that should be translated. A example:
[Open file to play]=Öppna fil för uppspelning
[original text]=translated text

Ones done, send the file to me in an e-mail

Size: 27.3 MB