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He said he HAS AUDIO...but not video. So obviously the sound works. If you don't have any video, could be a plugin issue or a codec problem. I solved my kaffeine problems by using MPlayer so I'm not much help.
Distribution: Mac OS X Leopard 10.6.2, Windows 2003 Server/Vista/7/XP/2000/NT/98, Ubuntux64, CentOS4.8/5.4
Originally posted by Agentvenom He said he HAS AUDIO...but not video. So obviously the sound works. If you don't have any video, could be a plugin issue or a codec problem. I solved my kaffeine problems by using MPlayer so I'm not much help.
Whoops! This is what happens when you read too fast. audio.. video.. it's all the same thing.
Look for the essentials codecs. Install and configure your player to point to these libraries for win32 codecs.
You could also get the windows-all codecs, and in the config section of Kaffeine, go to Configure xine, then click on the codec tab and on the bottom tab (win32 codecs), type the location of the windows-all codecs
The packages 'win32codecs' and 'xine-win32' from the PLF repository where all I needed to get .wmv playing working on my system. Goto http://easyurpmi.zarb.org and setup the repositories then get the packages through either the urpmi command or the Mandrake Control Centre GUI.