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Re: gxine and real on BBC radio

Sven Arvidsson wrote:
> On Tue, 2006-10-03 at 21:44 -0700, libre fan wrote:
>> > >Gxine + w32codecs ...
>> [snip]
> MPlayer (without w32codecs) plays BBC Radio 4 fine. AFAIK, ffmpeg has
> successfully reverse engineered RealAudio. 
> I simply use mplayer rtsp://... or mplayer -playlist http://....

Many thanks for the tip! Does it mean that if you install ffmeg you could
listen to BBC4 RealAudio streams with Gxine instead of Mplayer?

 I like Mplayer for its versatility but the sound doesn't seem as good as in
VLC or Gxine. I'd like to keep my Debian install small (I have a small 8GB
HD on which debian and xubuntu are installed and some room is left for
Puppy, my next install).

libre fan

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