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The main characteristic of ROMP is that its interface is not overloaded with lots of settings. The main goal is simplicity.
To start ROMP: lunch SimpleWelcomе, go to the Applications tab, find there the ROMP icon and click on it
All main formats are supported:
Open the Subtitles menu entry from main menu bar, click on Load and then select file in a dialog window.
- biggest multi-language subtitle database - no registration needed to download subtitles - advanced search filters (by genre, rating, year...) - search for more than one language - search for many subtitles simultaneously (multi-search) etc, etc
So from Subtitles menu you can click on "Find subtitles on opensubtitles.org" menu entry and insert the movie title into the form
This issue is not always present, so we decided to give users more than one algorhytm. This FAQ is not intended for detailed tecnical explanations so simply try them one by one to find most suitable for you. For detailed information please refer to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deinterlacing http://guru.multimedia.cx/deinterlacing-filters/
Unfortunately not. We plan to add support for soundrecording in our next releases.
At the moment this feature is not supported (v 1.0).
This means that ffmpeg was uninstalled manually, because ffmpeg is installed as ROMP dependency (in a newest ROMP version).To correct this insert a root command: urpmi ffmpeg
From menu bar click "Options", then Interface --> Interface tab, Main window and pick option "Never" from the dropdown menu for 'Autoresize'.
Yes it does play DVDs. No additional packages are required.
ffmpeg from restricted repo (contains libmp3lame codec for saving audiotrack in mp3 format)
See ROMP Developer Guide for detailed instructions.