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Old 05-06-2003, 11:11 AM   #1
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Xine and network problems

Hi everybody,

I am actually working under a mkd9.0 and I'd like to use xine to read video which are streamed on the mbone.

I uise the following command to do that :

xine rtp://

But my problem is :

" there is no demuxer plugin available to handle 'rtp://'
Usualy this means that the file format isn't recognized "

What I don't understand is that when I try to read the video directly from the hard drive it's working so it means that the plugin is already installed !!!!

If someone knows the asnwer please let me know

Thanks ++


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