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I have a wmv that has a codec that xine, xmms, totem, vlc and several other players can't view. I have downloaded the essential codec files. It says to place ...
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- 05-09-2005 #1
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- Mar 2005
viewing a wmv
I have a wmv that has a codec that xine, xmms, totem, vlc and several other players can't view. I have downloaded the essential codec files. It says to place the files in "/usr/local/lib/codecs/" or "/usr/lib/codecs" or "/usr/local/lib/win32" or "/usr/lib/win32" but I can't find any of those directories.
What do I do with these codecs or is there some other viewer that will allow me to view the wmv file?
- 05-10-2005 #2
you have to make those directories. I normally just rename the essential folder and mv it to the correct location
yes, you should be able to play wmv then.Brilliant Mediocrity - Making Failure Look Good
- 05-10-2005 #3Originally Posted by Vergil83Registered Linux user #270181
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- 05-10-2005 #4
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- Apr 2005
with apt-get . Boy I love that...
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