Well it doesn't look like it supports that format. All the searching I do returns mostly results on xmms. Take a quick look through the docs though... Simply installing it with the most popular codec packages might be enough to get the job done. I say this because audio is not written about in depth in the docs (i guess it is
primarily a vid player), but I know it plays mp3's well. Also does .wma if you ever need it.
Sorry, I just can't recommend mplayer enough
. I hope it plays the files you need it to. It is truely a great piece of software, though maybe a bit difficult to get configured the first time it does a damn good job with any of the different formats I have used it for: dvd, mpeg, avi, quicktime, realmedia, divx, xvid, etc. etc.
Try getting Windows Media Player, or Apples Quicktime to play that many formats (proprietry quicktime and wmv on one player even