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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Quote Originally Posted by telmo
    Sweet! I'll give points for this!
    telmo don't say it ! its better if he doesn't know where those 2 points came from !

    ...oh crap I blew my cover .

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Here are one of the sites where I've tested Nis's method:

    Video Stream:
    Gamespot.com [windows media video]
    Apple.com/trailers [quicktime video]

    Audio Stream:
    RFI.fr [windows media audio]

    So it's all good.
    If you think its not working, leave it a little bit, sometimes it will grab a big chunk of the media .

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Hi All, really new to Linux/Ubuntu but having fun learning and so far this is the best distro I've tried. Great support and Forum.

    My query is obviously about this mozplugger modification that allows embedded media to play in FireFox. Everything works a treat. The only problem I have now is that Real Player video/sound files when accessed via news items on http://www bbc.co.uk .has sound but no video anymore.

    Using Hoary by the way.

    Anyone else?

    Tried to reinstall RealPlayer using the "How To" guide but still no video, only sound.

    Thanks
    Paul
    Last edited by budge; March 20th, 2005 at 09:46 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nis
    Attached is my mozpluggerrc which can now play embeded movie streams using totem-xine.
    This worked great for video, for which you have my thanks. However, for some reason, I have no audio when streaming. Audio in general works, and I can open a movie from within an embedded totem instance and the audio is fine. But, I can't get audio on any movie that I am streaming.

    Any thoughts?

    dm

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Quote Originally Posted by snaga
    This worked great for video, for which you have my thanks. However, for some reason, I have no audio when streaming. Audio in general works, and I can open a movie from within an embedded totem instance and the audio is fine. But, I can't get audio on any movie that I am streaming.

    Any thoughts?

    dm
    Weird , worked for me .

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Concerning no audio, what kind of files are you trying to stream and what files do you play locally? If you don't have the right codecs for Quicktime, for example, you'll get video but no audio.

    Hopefully this howto will be rendered obsolete eventually because the Totem developers have begun actively working again on the Totem Mozilla plugin.

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Quote Originally Posted by Nis
    Concerning no audio, what kind of files are you trying to stream and what files do you play locally? If you don't have the right codecs for Quicktime, for example, you'll get video but no audio.
    I suspect this is it. Hopefully I will have time tomorrow to figure it out. thanks.

    dm

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Hi!

    Thanks for your great work on this....it's gotten me further down the road to gnome nirvana....

    One thing I can't figure out though is how to access sites that check for a particular media player installation (like www.ifilm.com)

    It checks my "system configuration" and reports that quicktime and windows media player is not installed (thus no video).

    Any idea how to make firefox or mozilla report that these programs are available?

    Thanks in advance.

    Daniel

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    - You'll need to remove ~/.mozilla/firefox/pluginreg.dat for mozplugger to recognize the configuration changes.

    I can't find that file
    I'm using Firefox 1.0.1


    stupid me worked it out sorry
    Last edited by occy8; March 23rd, 2005 at 07:21 AM.

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    Re: HOWTO: Totem embeded with mozplugger (At Last!)

    Oh my god this is simply great! I can even play QuickTime movies!

    Thank you thank you thank you

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