Re: totem media player...
From: Marcelo Gondim <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: debian-user <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: totem media player...
Date: Tue, 09 Jan 2007 21:20:40 +0000
I was able to watch it with the Firefox's extension Media Player
Connectivity and the Real Player plugin:
I hope it works for you.
Thanks for this advice. I went on the firefox plugin site and installed the
Media Player Connectivity thing. I had also installed the VLC media player
as suggested in an earlier posting.
I then had to restart firefox. Then the media player connectivity beastie
spring into life and started to sniff around and look for media players on
my machine. It found a bunch and seemed to settle on VLC as its favourite
one. Then when I went on the web site with the video on it I got the AV
box from firefox but then the media player connectivity plugin made a new
little window for me. I then clicked on it and it fired up VLC. Then I was
able to watch the video.....
Thanks a lot.
On Ter, 2007-01-09 at 00:38 +0000, Michael Fothergill wrote:
> Dear folks,
> I have been trying to watch a video on the following site:
> If you go on there and click on a video clip you get a little firefox AV
> window. The black box and some boxes with arrows appear to play the
> but the clip refuses to start.
> Javascipt etc is enabled. I don't think I have a kill the pop ups off
> setting in the browser that could mess things up....
> I also tried firing up totem movie player to see if it would help.
> my ignorance but is it the free alternative to real player?
> It can't seem to find the real player files on the web page. You can
> the web page to look for a Windows media player file instead of a real
> player format file. If you do this then totem movie player says it
> read the file type and so you need another plug in.....
> What plug in might this be?
> In my earlier posting I had thought to try to download real player for
> but if other free alternatives are actually better then perhaps I should
> to use them instead.....
> Comments appreciated.
> Michael Fothergill
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