Ubuntu 20.04 LTS has been released by canonical. It has its own pros and cons. The main issue Linux users are facing is the move of canonical from Gnome software and repositories to Snap store and Snap based applications. Canonical has made it very difficult for users to install Flatpaks. tech enthusiasts are bashing the move of the developer in various online forums. We can say that it is a matter of choice. Ubuntu is still based on Linux kernel and you can still configure it to install Flatpaks. But that will not be suitable for most people as majority of the linux users do not like either Flatpaks or Snaps. Here is your step by step guide to install Celluloid Media player inn Ubuntu 20.04
Celluloid is an open source media player that provides a basic and simple to use front end for Gnome MPV. The problem in Ubuntu 20.04 is that you cannot install flatpak applications directly and Celluloid is not available as a snap. Because default video player in Ubuntu does not support all major media formats, we will guide you here to install celluloid media player directly without using flatpaks.
Search for Celluloid player in search engine of your choice such as Google and open the link at the top
Celluloid Player search query
or Simply visit the homepage of Celluloid player on github here.
On home page of celluloid player click on the installation tab. You will see following output on screen;
then click on the link in front of Ubuntu as shown above.
After clicking on the link you will see following screen with the repository information.
Now you have to pen the terminal and run the following commands in the given sequence.
- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:xuzhen66/gnome-mpv
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get install celluloid
Your installation is ready. Enjoy playing videos in a minimal but powerful media player for Linux.