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Re: Need help with mPlayer


This is Scott his son I am the one who does the updates and that package was very small it didn't take very long for the ffmpeg codec to download. Is there a good place where I can snag the rpm and download it anywhere else?

----- Original Message ----- From: "Nigel Henry" <cave dnb tiscali fr>
To: <fedora-list redhat com>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:28 AM
Subject: Re: Need help with mPlayer

On Thursday 13 September 2007 01:10, Art wrote:
Hi Nigel Things are going good.
Hay where can I find the windows codecs package.

The w32codecs package isn't on the Livna list for Fedora 7 (i386), but
installing the ffmpeg package should do.

Just do a yum install ffmpeg

That will pull in the ffmpeg-libs package as well.

Hoping that works.


On Wed, 2007-09-12 at 23:06 +0200, Nigel Henry wrote:
> On Wednesday 12 September 2007 17:03, Art wrote:
> > Hi I need some help setting up the mPlayer to play DVD's. I can bring
> > it up to the play list. On the list it dose not show the DVD. How do > > I
> > get to my DVD drive and what plugins do I need to install.
> > Thanks
> > Art Giles
> Hi Art. Hows it going?
> Where did you get Mplayer from? Freshrpms, or Livna? You don't only > need
> Mplayer, but also the w32codecs package.
> Make sure that Mplayer is setup to access your DVD drive.
> For example I have 3 optical drives (cdrom, cdwriter, and dvdrom) on > one > of my machines. When you open Mplayer, at the extreme left of the > window
> with the controls on it there is a button. Click on that, which will
> bring up the preferences window. Click on "misc", and it will show you
> where it's trying to access your DVD rom drive from. In my case it's
> pointing to /dev/cdrom2, but I have 3 drives, and that is the correct > one
> for the DVD rom drive.
> On my other machine I have a combination drive (cdrom/cdwriter/dvdrom).
> If I look at /dev in my file manager I have 3 entries, cdrom1, cdrw1, > and
> dvd1. All these are links pointing to the block device hdd.
> You need to make sure that what is there in Mplayers preferences > misc
> is pointing to the correct link in /dev for the DVD device.
> An alternative for playing DVD's is the vlc package, but you will also
> need to install the libdvdcss package as well ( that may be > libdvdcss2), > and may well still need to check that it's accessing your drive > correctly
> in /dev.
> All the best, and may the force be with you.
> Nigel.

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