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I'm trying to play video that is integrated into webpages (that use media player, quicktime, real). If it is a file by itself, it loads up perfectly into totem (most of the time), but anything that is actually fixed into a webpage does not show at all. Anyone know how to fix this?
Thank you! This worked almost perfectly. The video window now shows in mozilla and it buffers, but only to 99%, and then it stops. Any suggestions? It says something about this on Mplayer's FAQ page, but does not say how to solve the problem. It mentions that mplayer may not be in the PATH, but seeing as I am a newbie, I have no idea how to remedy that.