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Re: Totem/GStreamer and Fedora



I've been waiting since Redhat 6.0 for something like this to finally
be included in the distro. This is much better than the Helix player,
becuase I can plugin in codecs post out of the box...as opposed to the
Helix player included now. I've been compiling everything, but I
really would like that perfect out of the box mulitmedia linux
experience, and using totem is a good step in the right direction.


On Wed, 6 Oct 2004 16:11:32 -0500 (CDT), W. Michael Petullo
<mike flyn org> wrote:
> > How would you guys feel about including this in Fedora Core? It would
> > add a missing piece to the desktop. We're also considering to propose
> > Totem for inclusion in GNOME 2.10.
> 
> I've been waiting to hear this.  Totem/GStreamer has the potential to
> provide a superior platform to those who hope to build an 100% free video
> player.  It also makes adding non-free or IP encumbered modules very
> simple.
> 
> I submitted totem/GStreamer to fedora.us in August:
> 
> http://bugzilla.fedora.us/show_bug.cgi?id=1995
> 
> So perhaps that package can provide a start.
> 
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