After the success obtained with the Fluendo DVD Player for Linux, Open Solaris users expressed their desire for Fluendo DVD Player to be able to playback DVDs on their operating system. Ever since its first release last July, the Open Solaris community have been waiting for a legal solution capable of integrating an application that profits from Fluendo audio and video codecs to reproduce DVDs.
Attending their needs, Fluendo launches the Fluendo DVD Player for Open Solaris which includes all the functionalities contained in its original version for Linux: full DVD support with menus, multiple angles and subtitles, encrypted discs and integration with the GStreamer framework.
“With Fluendo DVD Player, it will be possible to playback DVD s on the Open Solaris desktop. This is excellent news since we are taking an important step towards improving the experience of Open Solaris users”, said Richard Barr, Director of Sun Microsystems Global Sales & Services ISV Solutions.
Fluendo is developing state of the art solutions to playback videos and music on different operative systems and devices. More news on the availability of further versions of the Fluendo DVD Player and other Fluendo multimedia solutions will be featured on the Fluendo website.
About Fluendo S.A.
Fluendo (fluendo.com) was founded in 2004 to address the multimedia issue in GNU/Linux and Free Software in General. Fluendo employs several of the central developers of the GStreamer multimedia framework, which is quickly establishing itself as the de-facto standard multimedia framework for GNU/Linux and UNIX systems. Fluendo provide a wide range of products under and above GStreamer including proprietary codecs (together with their respective patent licenses), a streaming server, a DVD player, the Fluoh Media Center, and an Open Source media center project.
Fluendo, Influencing the Multimedia World.