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Thread: Playing Video Podcasts

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2010

    Playing Video Podcasts

    Good day all! I'm running 10.04 (lucid), Kernel Linux 2.6.32-27, GNOME 2.30.2 on an Inspiron -B130, with an Intel Celeron M Processor @ 1.50GHz. Im a Video podcast guy and from my research, iTunes supposedly plays video podcasts with the best quality.
    I have some questions and any/all responses will be greatly appreciated!

    1. Which is better to play video podcasts: one of Ubuntu media players or iTunes?
    2. If the Ubuntu players are better suited for VIDEO podcasts, which ones should I get? (Already have Rhythmbox, VLC, Miro, and GPodder.)
    3. How are Rhythmbox and the other Ubuntu players configured to play Video podcasts?
    4. If iTunes is a better choice, can it be downloaded and used properly by Ubuntu?

    I hope I have included all the information needed to get help and again, any/all responses and assistance will be greatly appreciated!!!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2010

    Re: Playing Video Podcasts

    Problem solved. I suggest Miro for video podcasts.


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