oxine is a lightweight, purely OSD-based xine frontend for set-top boxes and home entertainment systems. It uses the on screen display functionality of xine to display its user interface elements like buttons, lists, sliders, and so on. Due to this, oxine can easily use any video output device the xine library provides.
released on 2 October 2006
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