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I have the same problem, however, I can provide a little more information. I use an NVIDIA graphics card, and am a little flustered about how to install it. I installed Suse 9.0 and it supposedly installed the drivers via the we. Unfortunately, when I play AVI files I just get the sound and no picture. I notice that there is some sort of procedure that you have to do with NVIDIA drivers even after you install through Suse! Maybe this is the "root" of the problem. However, MPG files play perfectly.
If anyone can help then it would be appreciated...
Thanks, I might just do that, however, I installed the newest version of Kaffeine and it seems to have fixed the problem nicely, though there is still the darkness problem, the world I see in AVI's is a very "shady" place!