Re: ogm video

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On 03/29/2010 12:48 PM, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
> On Monday 29 March 2010 16:43:56 Michael Miles wrote:
>    
>> On 03/29/2010 04:17 AM, Marko Vojinovic wrote:
>>      
>>> mplayer -v
>>>        
>> [[email protected] FAILSAFE]# mplayer -v Limite\ de\ Segurança.ogm
>> MPlayer SVN-r29800-4.4.2 (C) 2000-2009 MPlayer Team
>>      
> [snip]
>    
>> Playing Limite de Segurança.ogm.
>> get_path('sub/') ->  '/root/.mplayer/sub/'
>> [file] File size is 723460010 bytes
>> STREAM: [file] Limite de Segurança.ogm
>> STREAM: Description: File
>> STREAM: Author: Albeu
>> STREAM: Comment: based on the code from ??? (probably Arpi)
>> LAVF_check: Ogg
>> Checking for YUV4MPEG2
>> ASF_check: not ASF guid!
>> Checking for REAL
>> Checking for SMJPEG
>> ==>  Found video stream: 0
>> [Ogg] stream 0: video (FOURCC VP70), -vid 0
>> ======= VIDEO Format ======
>>     biSize 40
>>     biWidth 624
>>     biHeight 336
>>     biPlanes 1
>>     biBitCount 12
>>     biCompression 808931414='VP70'
>>     biSizeImage 209664
>> ===========================
>>      
> This is the video format detected --- VP7.  You can read more about it on
>
>   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VP7
>
>    
>> ==>  Found audio stream: 1
>> [Ogg] stream 1: audio (Vorbis), -aid 0
>>      
> [snip]
>    
>> Ogg file format detected.
>> VIDEO:  [VP70]  624x336  12bpp  23.976 fps    0.0 kbps ( 0.0 kbyte/s)
>> [V] filefmt:18  fourcc:0x30375056  size:624x336  fps:23.976  ftime:=0.0417
>>      
> [snip]
>    
>> X11 opening display: :0.0
>> vo: X11 color mask:  FFFFFF  (R:FF0000 G:FF00 B:FF)
>> vo: X11 running at 2304x1024 with depth 24 and 32 bpp (":0.0" =>  local
>> display)
>> [x11] Detected wm supports NetWM.
>> [x11] Detected wm supports FULLSCREEN state.
>> [x11] Detected wm supports ABOVE state.
>> [x11] Detected wm supports BELOW state.
>> [x11] Current fstype setting honours FULLSCREEN ABOVE BELOW X atoms
>> ==========================================================================
>> Requested video codec family [vp7] (vfm=vfwex) not available.
>> Enable it at compilation.
>> Cannot find codec matching selected -vo and video format 0x30375056.
>> ==========================================================================
>>      
> It appears you don't have the codec installed.
>
> [snip]
>    
>> Video: no video
>> Freeing 58 unused video chunks.
>> Starting playback...
>>      
> [snip]
>    
>> Exiting... (End of file)
>>      
> Ok. This is how it goes.
>
> First of all, I really don't recommend running anything (including mplayer) as
> root. You have been warned! That said, maybe mplayer *does* have the required
> codec installed, but not in root's path, for security reasons. So you might
> want to try it out as a regular user.
>
> Second, mplayer seems to know about this type of video, and what codec is
> required:
>
> [[email protected] ~]$ mplayer -vc help | grep vp7
> vp7         vfwex     working   On2 VP7 Personal Codec  [vp7vfw.dll]
>
> So what you need is to find the file vp7vfw.dll somewhere, and put it somewhere
> where mplayer can find it, like in /usr/lib/codecs or /usr/lib64/codecs
> (depending on your arch). You can download the codec .exe installer for
> Windows directly from On2 website:
>
> http://www.on2.com/index.php?617
>
> // Side note: on this page you can find sample vp7 files to try out, which are
> of reasonable size. //
>
> After you have downloaded it, you need to unpack it somehow, typically running
> it under Windows (or under wine, you'll find the vp7vfw.dll inside
> ~/.wine/drive_c/windows/system32/ directory after installation of the .exe
> package). But since your Windows already plays the file without problems, my
> bet is that the vp7vfw.dll is already there somewhere, do a search on in under
> Windows system files, and you'll probably find it. Copy it over to Fedora and
> put it into the above codec directories.
>
> Third, it seems that you are running 64bit arch, which might present itself as
> a tad little problem, since the .dll file is 32bit and will not work in your
> environment. What you need to do is to
>
> (1) do a "yum remove mplayer"
> (2) download the 32bit version from here:
>
> http://download1.rpmfusion.org/free/fedora/releases/12/Everything/i386/os/mplayer-1.0-0.111.20091029svn.fc12.i686.rpm
>
> (3) do a "yum localinstall mplayer-1.0-0.111.20091029svn.fc12.i686.rpm"
> (4) make sure that the vp7vfw.dll file is in /usr/lib/codecs directory
> (5) play the movie
>
> Of course, installing 32bit mplayer on 64bit machine might be something you
> don't want to do, but AFAIK there is no way to make mplayer (or any player)
> use the 32bit windows binary codecs if it was compiled for 64bit arch.
>
> I hope that covers it. Works on my machine at least (32bit mplayer on 64bit
> F12/KDE). ;-)
>
> Best, :-)
> Marko
>
> P.S. Please keep the [email protected] in the To: field of your
> replies, so others can see them also.
>
>    
you are a champ

worked like a charm

mplayer 32 bit was it

Thanks a bunch man


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