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Re: how can I play an .flv file?



On Tue, 2007-02-13 at 17:58 -0500, magicus wrote:
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> Claude Jones wrote:
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> > I have a flash video file with the extension .flv
> > Is there a way to play it in Fedora? I have all the codecs for mplayer 
> > installed but that didn't work. I tried to drop into Firefox which has flash 
> > installed, but it wanted to open it with Totem
> > Am I missing the obvious?
> 
> I play .flv files in mplayer, xine & vlc on FC6.
> 
> Here is the output of rpm -qi for all three:

Would you do me a favor and do: rpm -qa |grep xine and reply here or
directly to me? I cannot get xine to play an flv file... it'll play but
it's jerky and no sound. I didn't used to have this problem, so I'd like
to know just what you installed and from where, related to xine. mplayer
and vlc work just fine. Thanx! Ric
 
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