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1~~Title: About Rage~~ 2~~Title: About Rage~~
2==== Rage ==== 3~~NOCACHE~~
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4[[download|Download Rage Here]] 6# Rage #
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6Code quality - [[https://scan.coverity.com/projects/4920|Coverity scan status]] 8[Download Rage Here](/download)
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8{{:icon-rage.png?nolink |}} 10![Rage Icon](/_media/icon-rage.png)
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10Rage is a video and audio player written with Enlightenment Foundation 12Rage is a video and audio player written using the *Enlightenment Foundation Libraries (EFL)* with some interesting features:
11Libraries with some extra bells and whistles.
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13{{ :rage-browse.png?&400|}} 14[![Browse Rage](/_media/rage-browse-thumb.png)](https://www.enlightenment.org/_detail/rage-browse.png?id=about-rage)
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15It is a simple video and audio player intended to be slick yet 16Rage is a simple video and audio player intended to be slick yet simplistic, much like Mplayer. Use the command line to play media files or just drag and drop them onto the Rage window to add them to a playlist.
16simplistic, much like Mplayer. You can provide 1 or more files to play
17on the command-line or just DND files onto the rage window to insert
18them into the playlist. Or just run it with no arguments to get a video
19browser mode like a media center. You can get a visual representation of
20everything on the playlist by hitting the / key, or just hovering your
21mouse over the right side of the window. Mouse back over the left side
22of the window to dismiss it or press the key again. It has a full
23complement of key controls if you see the README for the full list. It
24will automatically search for album art for music files, if not
25already cached, and display that. It even generates thumbnails for the
26timeline of a video and allows you to preview the position on
27mouseover of the position bar at the bottom of the window.
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29{{:rage-music.png?nolink |}} 18Run Rage with no command-line arguments to enter video browser mode. From here you can display a graphical overview of everything on your playlist by hitting the / key or just hovering your mouse over the right-hand side of the window.
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31It has a special music mode where it will try and fetch album covers 20Rage also has a full set of key controls. See the README for the complete list. It automatically searches for and displays album art when playing music if they aren't already cached. It even generates thumbnails for video timelines and allows you to preview clips by hovering your mouse over the position bar at the bottom of the window.
32by searching for them if missing (and caching them locally for future
33use). Make it easier to see what music is coming up next just by
34recognizing the album cover or image in the playlist.
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36{{ :rage-play.png?&400|}} 22Rage will cache any album covers it downloads for future use. This makes it easier to see which tracks are coming up next just by viewing the album cover or image in the playlist.
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38Your playlist isn't just still thumbnails, but a full live playback of 24![Rage Music](/_media/rage-music.png)
39the video in-place. No need to decipher what the media is from a
40single badly chosen thumbnail, but actually watch whole sequences to
41know what is there. Scroll through massive lists all you like.
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43If you want to seek to a specific part of the video you know well,
44just hover the mouse over the seek bar and get thumbnails of that part
45of the timeline. **WARNING!** Spoiler alert!
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47If you want a simple video player like MPlayer, but with a few more 27Your playlist isn't just a series of still images, but a full live playback of the video in-place. You no longer need to identify media from a single badly chosen thumbnail but can actually preview clips to know what they contain. Feel free to scroll through lists as much as you like.
48visual niceties, then Rage may be for you. Almost all of the nuts and
49bolts it relies on for video playback and UI are provided by EFL
50itself or by something EFL wraps, like GStreamer, Xine, VLC etc. Since
51it uses EFL, Rage will work in X11, Wayland, even the raw framebuffer with fbcon or drm/kms.
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53{{:rage-list.png?&400 |}} 29If you want to jump to a specific part of a video you know well such as your favorite film, just hover the mouse over the seek bar to find thumbnails of the section of the timeline you're interested in.
54{{ :rage-thumb.png?&400|}} 30
31![Rage Play](/_media/rage-play.png)
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33If you want a simple video player like MPlayer, but with a few more visual niceties, then Rage may be for you. Almost all of the nuts and bolts it relies on for video playback and UI are provided by EFL itself or by something EFL wraps, like GStreamer, Xine, VLC and so on. Since it uses EFL, Rage will work in X11, Wayland, even the raw framebuffer with the *Framebuffer console (fbcon)* or the *Direct Rendering Manager (DMS)* subsystem.
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35[![Rage List](/_media/rage-list-thumb.png)](https://www.enlightenment.org/_detail/rage-list.png?id=about-rage) [![Rage Thumb](/_media/rage-thumb-thumb.png)](https://www.enlightenment.org/_detail/rage-thumb.png?id=about-rage)
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37Code quality - [Coverity Scan Status](https://scan.coverity.com/projects/4920) \ No newline at end of file