The VLC Media Player is an open source, cross-stage media customer that backings by far most of media groups. One of the immense highlights is that it bolsters skins that work crosswise over various stages. This article will cover introducing on both linux and windows.
You will initially need to download the skin named MediaPlayer from the skins page. This skin looks a ton like Windows Media Player 10. It’s not correct, but rather it’s a quite decent skin.
To install on Ubuntu Linux:
Hit Alt+F2 to bring up the run dialog, and type in this:
vlc -I skins2
This will raise the player in the correct mode to give you a chance to put in new skins. Right tap on the title bar zone and pick Select Skin \ Open Skin, and pick the skin record that you have downloaded.
That’s pretty much all there is to it.
To install VLC on Windows:
Select the “VLC media player (skins)? alternative from the Start menu program gathering. This will begin VLC in the correct mode to choose skins.
Right tap on the title bar range, and pick Select skin \ Open skin and pick the skin record that you have downloaded.
Easy stuff. Now you have a great looking media player.