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    xine question

    Is there something special you have to do to get xine to play .mov files? I have several that I have tried to play, and it says that mov is supported. Just never seems to work. Ok, thats all. Just .mov files.

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    Is there something special you have to do to get xine to play .mov files? I have several that I have tried to play, and it says that mov is supported. Just never seems to work. Ok, thats all. Just .mov files.
    .mov is quicktime, MAC format. IIRC there arn't any players for Linux as of yet that can handle .mov content.

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    Re: xine question

    My xine has fallen and locks up my system.

    Everytime I try to use xine, it loads and then freezes up my system. No mouse no keyboard control no nothing... Locked hard.

    Anyone have an idea why? and more importantly how to fix it.

    System: RH7.3 Kernel 2.4-18.4
    Athalon 900 with 352mgs ram
    DSL

    Thanks,
    Ras

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    hmm afaik there is some wine based player available at www.codeweavers.com its called crossover

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    Re: xine question

    And it works great!! I love the fact that wine is out there. I just wish apple would make a goddamn Quicktime player. I dont care if its closed source or whatnot (had to do that, just had to).

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    hmm afaik there is some wine based player available at www.codeweavers.com its called crossover
    I was never able to get cross over to work

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    And it works great!!
    I just tried it and it works great..

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    Re: xine question

    Can Xine play .avi files? I tried but I can't get them to do.

    /me wants to watch Spiderman and Resident Evil

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    Can Xine play .avi files? I tried but I can't get them to do.

    /me wants to watch Spiderman and Resident Evil
    I use mplayer for those.

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    Re: xine question(multimedia and sound under Kde)

    I need big help to activate the sound through Xine and Noatun(=Kde Media Player)-

    config=redhat 7.3+kde3.0+sound drivers=aureal8810 install from cvs , (or rh 7.2=same problem since the beginning of my linux configuration=nov2001)

    I've try to get through this big problem since a while but-
    I've used the unixtech.be general forum (you can watch my similar question (message from rookoo 20.05.02 (french langage)

    the sound works fine through XMMS et CD Player:

    - but no activation through XINE, or NOATUN(?)nothing happen when choosing a sound file ( mp3 files for example,however they appear in the playlist ) ,-using Gnomemeeting =>video=ok still no sound-

    it's seems I only use arts through my differents applications(KMix)

    - XINE(programmed for arts)=-> these errors messages:

    -"there is no available demuxer plugin to handle
    'home/cemoi/.kde/share.../x.-0.music"

    -"there is no available input plugin available to handle'xine ui version
    0.9.8"
    (config xine=oss as audio driver to use et /dev/mixer for oss
    mixer device)

    if you know a specific linux multimedia forum

    welcome to any help
    because I'd like to use Xine very quickly.

    thanks



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