El sáb, 19-07-2008 a las 10:08 +0200, Petter Reinholdtsen escribió: > [Jonas Smedegaard] > > So NRL use WMF-encapsulated ASF-encoded MMS streams, it seems. I > > believe such encapsulation does not use MIME hints, so even if you > > find MIME codes for same codecs the way NRL distributes does not use > > them. > > I found the problem with the kaffine-mozilla plugin. The module got > the URL in an argument it did not handle (#490723). I uploaded a fix, > and now it work. > > > I suspect that script to only tell wht the plugins _claim_ to support. > > > > What they actually support - and with what quality, and depending on > > which resources (eg. very fast computer, 32-bit intel CPU or GL) > > probably needs detailed testing as you've bagun already. > > Sure. :) > > I've tested kaffeine-mozilla and mozilla-mplayer most, and with the > latest patches, kaffeine-mozilla seem to handle most of the pages on > <URL:http://wiki.debian.org/DebianEdu/BrowserMultimedia> (only > filmarkivet do not work), while mozilla-mplayer fail to work with tv2, > aftenposten and filmarkivet. Maybe these sites are unknown to mplayerplug-in upstream developers, have you tried to contact with them? > vlc seem to be the only player working > with filmarkivet, but it fail on most other pages. > > The question I try to answer is which plugin should we include by > default in the next version of Skolelinux, and I believe we should > pick the one that work with most pages (or the pages that are most > important to schools), and preferably one that embedd the video in the > page. The two best options seem to be kaffeine-mozilla and > mozilla-mplayer, but I am not sure which of these we should choose. I'd prefer mozilla-mplayer because: - It's the option we have used in the past in LinEx ;-) - In the past it has worked pretty well with most web sites - mozilla-mplayer uses to fix the bugs and addapt to new js launchers pretty fast - kaffeine is very kde dependant, what's not a good idea (in terms of memory and startup time) for other desktop users - mplayer is, by far, the less resources eater of all the players I've tested. In low profile machines it uses to render with better quality and faster than other players. Regards José L.
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