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Old 04-21-2009, 04:11 AM   #1
Pattiwak17
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Realplayer11GOLD And DFX.


Okay so heres the deal, i managed to get realplayer11gold installed no problem, now im downloading DFX[audio enhancer]>[a good one at that] for real player, Im downloading it using whine.

so i open realplayer, (by now dfx is properly installed too)
but no where in the options menu or tools or prefrences can i find An option for DFX, how can i find it and make the two work together.

seeing how realplayer 11 is meant for linux,
but DFX has to be ran through whine, =/

confusing? i know.

FTHerkjgerke help please.



Whines a compatabilty program, which allows you to run Windows based files, programs on linux, ie..windows media player, and so on.

thx...
 
Old 04-21-2009, 05:26 AM   #2
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I'm not sure I understand what you're trying to do. I guess you mean "wine" not "whine". If the DFX has to be run through whine[sic] then why don't you download a windows version of realplayer and do the whole thing under wine? But maybe I'm not understanding what you want to do.
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