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Old 06-07-2008, 12:52 PM   #1
dyerotic
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mplayer issues


hey guys, this is my first post here...i am new to gentoo for the most part and i am loving it so far...i do have a simple question though...i have installed mplayer and have it working, but it doesnt play my DVD the correct way...when i me@localhost#sudeo mplayer dvd://dev/cdrom or just dvd:// -- it starts my movie like at some random spot...i am tryin to watch a tv series DVD and it just starts it at a certain episode and i skip thru to the end and it just stops it wont move onto the next episode or give me the title menu....can someone please help me here
 
Old 06-07-2008, 02:31 PM   #2
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Maybe you need to set the proper USE-flags? And for DVD navigation you should use libdvdnav in its latest incarnation.
 
  


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