Media Player Classic is definitely one golden player I had to leave behind when I switched to Linux from Windows. The reason I call it golden are as follows:
- Press 1 and you'd get a completely a frameless window i.e. no seek bar, no title bar, no info bar. If you're playing a video then it's just the video that you see and if it's audio best-of-luck even finding the window
- various other number combinations, some with the ctrl modifier key would show/hide certain widgets (menu bar, seek-bar, etc)
- if you are playing
foo.aviand the playlist is empty pressing Pg-up/Pg-dwn would play the next/previous playable file, in alphabetical order, from the directory in which
foo.aviis situated, or else the next in playlist. Or it would do nothing.
Is there an equivalent player or a plugin which does the above for Linux? I have tried mplayer, smplayer and vlc but none of them seem to provide these features.