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It seems Ubuntu TV will offer a media center that uses an interface based on Unity, which is as close as I think you will get to a media center that looks native. However, it's not available just yet, unless you want to try downloading and compiling the code yourself, but I have no idea how to go about doing that or making sure it works properly afterwards.


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My recommendation would be to install & use Ffmpeg not WinFF. sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Once Ffmpeg is installed, open Terminal and paste the command: ffmpeg -i input.mov -sameq output.mp4 Where input.mov & output.mp4 Change the filenames accordingly. That command encodes the video into an .mp4 format but keeps the same quality as the ...


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You can use Mencoder Mencoder is a companion program to the MPlayer media player that can be used to encode or transform any audio or video stream that MPlayer can read.1 To install, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command below: sudo apt-get install mencoder Or you can install it from thr Ubuntu ...


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You can attach an external HDD to the (officially supported) nexus 7 and 10 and play videos. XBMC is not yet available for Ubuntu Touch (as far as I know). There is an XBMC for Android though.


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The basic answer to this is NO, there is not a full pledged media centre using native gui (GTK+).



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