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    Mplayer


    Mplayer is playing everything in a small window.If I change to full screen all I get is the small window with a huge black boarder around it the window size doesn't change.How do I fix this

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    I figured it out it was the driver

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    how do you use mplayer?

    when I type it in the terminal all I get is a list of options

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    Code:
    man mplayer
    To know how to use it.

    Generally, once the ~/.mplayer/config file is correctly configured, you use it like that:
    Code:
    mplayer yourmovie.avi
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    mplayer

    have any body tell me what mplayer can I install for my fedora core 5
    I down mplayer but I can't install it alway say miss file ,when down load I user internet download manager

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    try doing this:
    mplayer -vo help
    this will return a list of posible video output devices, and try them, see wich is the best, then edit the file ~/.mplayer/config and add the line vo=yourVideoDevice
    this worked just fien for me
    good luck!

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    thank you but when I try to install it say that I have to install mplayer_fonts first but I can not find that file
    can you tell me where I can download that file
    I use fedora core 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordG
    how do you use mplayer?

    when I type it in the terminal all I get is a list of options
    In the terminal, type gmplayer and you'll get the GUI for this program, but you need to have one skin installed. Follow the instructions on the mplayer site and you should be fine.

    You just have to remember to change the name of the skin directory when you save it in the /usr/local/share/mplayer/Skin directory, for default.

    Because that's the directory that the program searches.

    NOTE: you have t do this as root.

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    specialist125:

    What was the driver problem,I also have this problem using -vo x11

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    Quote Originally Posted by alsehendo
    What was the driver problem,I also have this problem using -vo xl
    I'm not sure the driver you are trying to use exist.

    As mentionned earlier in this thread (well, more than 6 months ago), try
    Code:
    mplayer -vo help
    for the complete list of available video drivers.
    "To express yourself in freedom, you must die to everything of yesterday. From the 'old', you derive security; from the 'new', you gain the flow."

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