Playing videos using Totem.

David Andersson andda347 at student.liu.se
Sun Sep 17 12:59:31 UTC 2006


sön 2006-09-17 klockan 22:46 +1000 skrev Steven Haigh:
> Quoting Steven Haigh <netwiz at crc.id.au>:
> > Quoting "Robert M. Albrecht" <romal at gmx.de>:
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> you need the gstreamer and xvid stuff vom livnas development-repo:
> >>
> >> http://rpm.livna.org/fedora/development/i386/
> >
> > I did this, however I get video, however I can't get audio to work no
> > matter what I do. I've tried both mp3 and AC3 audio, and all videos
> > seem to be silent.
> 
> Replying to myself, it seems that I needed to have esd running to get  
> any kind of audio. The interesting thing however is that when I do  
> this, the video frame-rate becomes VERY jittery to the point that it's  
> nowhere near fluid video.
> 
> CPU usage doesn't seem to be an issue, so I have a feeling that it's  
> something to do with the interaction between esound and totem.
> 
> Has anyone got this working properly? Can totem use alsa? 

System->Preferences->More preferences (or something like that, my locale
is SV)->Multimedia preferences
Now choose Alsa instead of ESD in output chooser.
> It would be  
> nice to be able to play multiple sounds at once (gaim sounds + video  
> for example) however I really can't seem to find a way to be able to  
> make this happen, and still get acceptable performance...
> 
> > Thoughts? Ideas?
> 
> As above :)
> 
> -- 
> Steven Haigh
> 
> Email: netwiz at crc.id.au
> Web: http://www.crc.id.au
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> 




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