What Multi media software to use?
Please, as you look for and find some software, add them in the table below.
|DVD to XviD Backup|
|Internet radio player|
|TV player, recorder|
Watching all kinds of movies...
… is a matter of having all the relevant codecs.
This thread has a lot of relevant information. http://forum.mandrivaclub.com/viewtopic.php?t=43086 (Can you take some time to summarize the information here?)
Codecs available for mplayer
install all the codecs rpm.
Codecs can also be.
.asx movies and avisynth.dll
When playing some (all?) .asx movies with mplayer, the following message appears.
Win32 LoadLibrary failed to load: avisynth.dll , /usr/lib/win32/avisynth.dll, /usr/local/lib/win32/avisynth.dll
According to, getting and installing the said library doesn't work.
Question waiting for answers here: http://forum.mandrivaclub.com/viewtopic.php?t=45020 (If you know the solution, you can write it here directly, and make a notice in the forum).
Make sure libdvdcss is installed (may not be installed by default because of some US regulation!):
on Linux with libdvdcss,. The RPC2 counter just doesn't count, on drives that have no region set yet, this will stay that way. You can check the drive's region on Linux with .
(Thank you tofor some of the information about DVD zones above.)
Real Audio Player
Theor you can download it from . Do one of the following things: a) Click on the 'Download Player' button to start with the download of the RealPlayer 10
b) download the rpm package from the link below. Select the gurpmi application to start with the installation.
For further installation instructions consult the.
Then open your Real Player folder file:/usr/local/~RealPlayer or the folder to where you have downloaded it. Drag and Drop the 'realplay' file to your desktop and create a link there. Then you double click on that newly created icon on the desktop to start the Real Audio Player.
See thetopic for detailed instructions for installing MythTV under Mandriva.
Version 1.25 modifié par JuergenFischer le 31/12/2006 à 12:09