Gnome-videos (I made that name) is just a simple replacement for your videos directory that follows the next generation architecture of GNOME apps. And simple is always the best way :)
What makes it great, apart from its fancy look, is that it can be synchronized with youTube, Google, Vimeo, and you can watch (or upload) your videos locally. While some people (including me) prefer to use their web-browsers for accessing web-data, the desktop cloud approach is always exciting and promising. What if your desktop is your web-browser?
- View local and online/cloud videos collections
- A player for DLNA media servers
- See new videos shared by friends
- View full screen viewing
- Share videos (email, IM, ?)
- Upload videos
- Show video properties
Alternate audio tracks
(maybe) Change angles/camera
Act as a DLNA media server
Not an editor
Not a management tool
This is scheduled for 3.6 release coming this September, 26.