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shogun990 10-16-2005 06:45 AM

Movie player that can play divx avi's ???
 
im new to suse and i dont know how 2 get my movies going ????

can someone tell me what i need 2 do? what program i need what codecs i need 2 put on and how to put them on,

and how do i install rpms? when i try to do it in yast it is only point in the location of the media cd1 and i cant install rpms off my hard drive.....


help plz


thanks !

qwijibow 10-16-2005 08:00 AM

in a console run "man rpm" and read.

rpm -i /path/to/rpm
will install provided all the dependancys are met.

the programs mplayer and xine are good media players.

i prefere mplayer for playing video files, but for DVD's nothing beats xine.

shogun990 10-16-2005 08:10 AM

yeah, thank

thing is but i have both mplayer and xine its just that i need codecs..... the programs not so much the program thats the problem its the codecs....

RedShirt 10-16-2005 09:34 AM

Xine should have support for those, so should MPlayer. MPlayer requires the Win32codec-all before it can install... so it should be able to do divx and all straight out of the install.

http://cambuca.ldhs.cetuc.puc-rio.br/xine/

I know that I followed that, and it worked just fine, there is a Jem Report as well on the subject. Both can get you to the goal you desire, though.

qwijibow 10-16-2005 01:11 PM

run mplayer in the command line on one of the files that it is failing to play, and post the output here.

mplayer /path/to/divXvideo

mplayer and xine have divX codecs built in, the only reason you should need other codecs is for playing microsoft formats like wmv9


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