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    Just Joined! pinguin2009's Avatar
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    Question [SOLVED] VLC without picture in Mandriva


    Hello Mandrive-user,

    I´m new using Mandriva.
    Use an MSI WIND Netbook with Mandriva 2009.
    Installation an using hardware will be o.k.
    Now I will looking AVI or MPEG videos ?
    Have downloaded VLC .
    When I start avi or mpg-Video in VLC , there is no picture to see.
    But I hear the voices.
    When I start the Video in Dolphin with the option
    "open with" -VLC start one second (also without picture) an ended.
    What can I do ??
    Need I some codecs also ?
    Use VLC in XP without this problems.:

    Hope, you can help me

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    I don't use Mandriva but I like your avatar so I'll throw ya a bone.

    The Perfect Desktop - Mandriva One 2009.0 With GNOME | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

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    hi and welcome mandriva comes with built in codecs have you tried using kaffeine are you able too view your videos from there

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    Smile Hello user

    Thank you so much for your help.
    I have change to GNOME and all videos are perfect to see and to hear.

    Hello rokitnji

    You like my avatar - that s nice, i think you also like motorbikes.
    I hope, that i can make a tour on route 66 in this spring by HD-bike.

    best wishes from germany

    pinguin2009

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    glad its working

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    Linux Guru rokytnji's Avatar
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    I hope, that i can make a tour on route 66 in this spring by HD-bike.


    Hope to see ya on the asphalt. Glad your cruzin with Linux.

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