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fellow i have Redhat 9 on my system and i have Mplayer installed on my system. but it wont display video.
i used a command
$ mplayer -vo help
and got a list of -vo options but it wont work. by the way -vo (video out perhaps)
so can anyone guide me through
hi friends i face similar problem but when i try
mplayer -vo sdl(or jpeg) file.mpg i could play my movie file but
still there is another problem (i am able to play only from command prompt)when i click mplayer icon it doesn,t play movie. It may be due to my card have no support for x-video should i installed xfree86 when i try command xvinfo it shows :
[root@localhost root]# xvinfo
X-Video Extension version 2.2
no adaptors present
please anyone can tell me which rpm i should installed and from where i can find them .