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I have a couple of Linux desktops that I use, one Debian and one Fedora, both have mozilla installed, in order to get web streamed multimedia like movie trailers I ...
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    I have a couple of Linux desktops that I use, one Debian and one Fedora, both have mozilla installed, in order to get web streamed multimedia like movie trailers I have xine installed and a plugin to mozilla to use xine for movie files, shoutcast etc. Recently I have came across a few movie trailer pages where it says "click here to play" but I can't seem to get this to work, any ideas?

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    http://www.apple.com/trailers/disney/cars/large.html
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    More than likely you need the Quicktime codec for your Xine player. Apple's trailers are in that format.
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    I wish it were that easy, I have the quicktime codecs and they work fine

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