Enabling Web Video Playback in Fedora 10

FAIL (the browser should render some flash content, not this).

How to install the necessary packages that will allow web video playback in multiple formats.

Download in .ogg format

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anant's picture

hi,
i'm currently working in HCL Infosystems as a Tech. Asst.
here i'm using NICLinux(Knoppix clone) i'm unable to play *.WMV
format files in XINE player.
i've used some other players and codecs too but still it is not working
if have any idea regarding this then plz let me know
my id is anant.devangare@gmail.com

Regards,
Anant Devangare

I'm not familiar

Shawn Powers's picture

I'm not familiar with that distro, but my suggestion would be to install VLC. It has support for many codecs, and is available for most distros.

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Seriously?

Anonymous's picture

You're going to show a Fedora user how to enable web-page video playback, using a web-page video? No written instructions? Atleast I can download the ogg.

Yes well.

Shawn Powers's picture

These *are* video tutorials we're doing, but the irony didn't escape me either. :)

My thoughts were to watch them on a second computer, download the ogg, or something like that. Still, the irony is ripe I'll admit.

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

Thank god someone figured it out.

Shadowgirl's picture

I am really happy when I did this. I can now look at my youtube videos and in gstreamer I found MPEG support! Yay. Shawn your my hero.

Yay!

Shawn Powers's picture

I'm glad it helped! :)

Shawn Powers is an Associate Editor for Linux Journal. You might find him chatting on the IRC channel, or Twitter

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