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lman123
I've got SUSE 10.0 installed and running on my computer but i can't seem to play any video files at all i've got xine and totem but it says that there is no plug-in to handle this type of file. I have been looking everywhere to find how to do this i've installed the w32 codec and a couple of others. Is there a guide to play movies?

thanks for any help

Luke Hoskam
michaelk
More information is required. There many different types of video files types and codecs. What type of video files are you trying to play? AVI, MPEG etc.
Termina
QUOTE (lman123 @ Oct 17 2005, 03:47 PM)
I've got SUSE 10.0 installed and running on my computer but i can't seem to play any video files at all i've got xine and totem but it says that there is no plug-in to handle this type of file. I have been looking everywhere to find how to do this i've installed the w32 codec and a couple of others. Is there a guide to play movies?

thanks for any help

Luke Hoskam

I'm not sure if I understand.

You're double clicking the .AVI file, and it's complaining?

Or you're actually opening up xine and loading a video, and it's not playing.
devendra.meena
Install The Latest Version Of Mplayer.
after Installing The Mplayer play your Video File With mplayer
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