mplayer plugin for mozilla in fc1
kirvnet at fastmail.us
Thu Nov 27 13:56:31 UTC 2003
On Thu, 27 Nov 2003 17:01:49 +0800, "Samuel AU" <runnersam at net-yan.com>
> bdunne ??:
> >You apparently don't have the use-gui flag in your mplayerplug-in.conf file
> >(and everything else is commented out). So, the default behavior should take
> >effect, which is "use-gui=no". If you want to make sure the plugin is not
> >attempting to use gmplayer, you can add "use-gui=no" to the
> >mplayerplug-in.conf file - it won't hurt anything. The only other difference
> >my conf file has from yours is to make the plugin use Gnome's esd sound daemon
> >(uncomment and set line to "ao=esd").
> >You can test to see if mplayer is properly streaming video by entering the
> >following command at the shell prompt (Its the Daredevil trailer :-):
> >That will confirm that mplayer can handle a QT video stream (as opposed to
> >just playing a local file).
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> My mplayer can view the video that mentioned in the link. However, there
> is no sound at all. So, how can I fix it?
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I have the same problem here with the sound. I used the apple trailers
site for testing the plugin and don't get any sound. I have been to other
sites that use quicktime and it does fine. So I don't know if it is just
apples trailers or what. The windows media seems to always do ok.
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