Quote Originally Posted by Flako000
Hello
I tried to view a file. Wmv on SLED 10 SP2, but I could not with
totem and xine. Install win32 decoder in / usr/lib/win32 but it seems
not to walk ..
I tried converting the file to other formats (mpg2 and others) but
"totem and xine" still do not find the decoder. (The truth is that use
almost all formats including vlc (windows) to convert)
What makes me think that I have something misconfigured, it can not
not be able to see a mpg2 video in linux.
I have installed:



xine-ui-0.99.4-32.30
xine-extra-1.1.1-24.34
xine-lib-1.1.1-24.34
gstreamer010-plugins-good-0.10.2-16.21
gstreamer010-0.10.4-11.20
gstreamer010-plugins-base-oil-0.10.5-11.24
gstreamer010-plugins-good-extra-0.10.2-16.21
gstreamer010-plugins-base-0.10.5-11.24
gstreamer010-plugins-base-visual-0.10.5-11.24


You do not know what else to do, you can view videos formats "not
free" in SLED10 SP2?
What formats should see no problems in SLES10 SP2


Thanks for reading this and perdeen to google translate .. (he made his
best effort)

Hi
Run the command;
Code:
gst-inspect
That should show all the codecs for your system. SP2 is rather old, so
it will be hard to find packages unless you rebuild yourself. Else you
might need to purchase the fluendo codec bundle....

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