[oclug] Movie has no sound - an update
sean.hammond at gmail.com
Fri Apr 15 22:46:20 EDT 2005
That probably means it will work in Totem if you install totem-xine,
at least that's the idea, though I have found that Xine works better
than totem Xine.
Dunno about that MPlayer problem. Need to enable more repositories?
You might check with the Ubuntu guide.
On 4/15/05, GR Gaudreau <grgaud at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> GR Gaudreau wrote:
> > Brad Barnett wrote:
> >> On Thu, 14 Apr 2005 18:25:39 -0400
> >> GR Gaudreau <grgaud at sympatico.ca> wrote:
> >>> Hi all,
> >>> I'm trying to play a DivX encoded movie (with a .avi extention) in Totem
> >>> Movie Player and I get the video stream just right, but there's no
> >>> sound: Any ideas what I need to get sound?
> >> I have no experience with Totem, but it sounds like a missing audio
> >> codec.
> >> Try it with mplayer, and all of the codecs for it installed.
> > [GR] Okay, I'll give it a whirl, thanks. I already have all the
> > necessary codecs, straight from the mplayer website.
> [GR] I downloaded xine and it played the DivX (*.avi) video stream with
> sound, no problem. For some odd reason, apt-get (Ubuntu "Hoary") won't
> let me install mplayer, it says it depends on libraries it won't
> install. In any event, it works now, so I can watch my movie. Thanls to
> all who contributed.
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