Is Helix Player usefull?
che666 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 23 13:44:04 UTC 2005
2005/11/22, Andy Pieters <mailings at vlaamse-kern.com>:
> > just install xine. it'll just go ahead and play ;)
> Excellent suggestion! After you installed xine, go to the mplayer website and
> download the "essentials" package. Read instructions included and you'll
> have a media player that can play almost anything!
> Once there, you might want to checkout a better frontend, like kaffeine for
> kde, and if you really want to get in serious music listening, get amaroK.
> Both suggestions can use the xine engine and therefore any possibility that
> xine has pertaining what kind of mediatypes it can play.
> WIth kind regards
> Now listening to Top! Radio Live www.topradio.be/stream on amaroK
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sounds like youd also use the hacked windows 32 bit codecs... also
doesent work on x86_64. platform bound solutions arent that great.
solutions that require hacked closed source win stuff is also
something i wouldnt really recommend ;)
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