Paul Wise wrote:
> On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 11:16 PM, Free Ekanayaka <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> I can't listen to it, does the it require flash somehow? (I'm using gnash..)
> Doesn't work in sid swfdec either - looks like it is dancing
> You can however download the flv and play that in totem/vlc/mplayer/etc:
> ffmpeg can also strip out the mp3 audio and put it in an mp3 file.
I was able to download it and open it with MPlayer. But not Totem. Totem
tells me I don't have the necessary codecs installed, but it doesn't
tell me which one(s) I am missing. Which is why I installed MPlayer. I
really like VLC, but have given up on it. It doesn't work with Jack and
I don't know how to compile it to make it work with Jack, without
messing everything up.
Daniel's file didn't appear to have video, but one thing I've noticed
with video playback in MPlayer is that the video and the audio are often
out of sync and I don't know how to fix that. I don't use Totem for
video, since it doesn't recognize much, though it's great for playing
wav, mp3 and ogg files and audio playlists.
Btw, the firefox download helper extension works great for a lot of
sites (not all). I don't use the YouTube download package that comes
with 64Studio, since it only works for YouTube.
The nsplugginwrapper and flashplugin-nonfree packages work great for
many flash sites. I don't use gnash. Now that I've got some cheap
speakers plugged into my onboard sound, I can listen to bassplayer.tv,
woohoo:-) But nothing seems to be working for MySpace these days. They
must have "improved" something.
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