Re: Playing .mov files in Fedora
- From: JD <jd1008@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2011 15:06:29 -0800
On Sat, Feb 19, 2011 at 1:32 PM, Jim <binarynut@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On 02/18/2011 09:16 PM, edik landave wrote:Also check ~/.xsession-errors
You can play them using Xine or Kaffeine. Just need to get the rightsync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync;sync
plug-ins for it. For *.mov files I think you need mainly the
libquickttime& the win32 plugins from the xine web site (just google
it) This are the stuff I do for many years to make Xine& Kaffeine
yum install libdca
yum install libdvbpsi
yum install libdvdcss
yum install libdvdnav
yum install libdvdplay
yum install lsdvd
yum install lame
yum install libfame
yum install libmad
yum install libmms
yum install libmpeg3-devel
yum install faad2
yum install faac
yum install imlib2
yum install gsm
yum install xvidcore
yum install libmpcdec
yum install aalib
yum install x264
yum install ffmpeg
yum install libquicktime
yum install libmodplug
yum install libcdio
yum install vcdimager
yum install xine-lib-extras-freeworld
#Finally: I downloaded "essential" from
unpacked inside /usr/lib and renamed win32 (/usr/lib/win32)
cp ~elandave/Download/essential-20061022.tar.bz2 /usr/lib/.
rm -f essential-20061022.tar.bz2
mv essential-20061022/ win32
ls -lZ win32
#you can fail with this :)
On Thu, Feb 17, 2011 at 11:36 AM, Jim<binarynut@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Fedora 14 /KDE
I have video.mov file I want to play in Fedora.
MoviePlayer, VLC, Xine, DragonPlayer will not play it, how can I Convert
to another format , using what App ?
I have used Autoten to Download All Codecs .
I have all the dependency files above installed and I ran from the
terminal xine battleofmajrah.mov and the xine-gui open up but the
command just froze in terminal, no error outputs.
I have downloaded these numerous *.mov files from Frostwire but they
just won't run in fedora 14 .
there might be som error messages there.
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