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it used to be that you could get codecs from either xine or mplayer and they'd work for both. i recently tried using mplayers codecs and xine couldn't play certain formats anymore, so i gave the link that uses codecs distrubuted by xine. of course you could get the all-in-one codecs from mplayer and see if they'll work.