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    movie player for Red Hat Linux 7.1

    i have Red Hat Linux 7.1 running on one my machines..i am looking for a good movie player..please provide me with some good links

    with regards
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    Ah well...I\'m back on AntiOnline!
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    Re: movie player for Red Hat Linux 7.1

    Originally posted by scorpion
    i have Red Hat Linux 7.1 running on one my machines..i am looking for a good movie player.scorpion


    I'm assuming that you mean movies in the mpeg format?


    Red Hat comes with it's own mpeg player. I forget the name of it and I'm currently using my Windows box so I can't look it up. You'll find it under Red Hat/Multimedia using the KDE desktop..


    Hope this is of some help.
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    Personally, I'd go with VLC for playing DVDs (if that's what you mean) or Xine for mpeg/avi/etc files...

    Xine can be found here, and VLC (Video Lan Client) can be found here.
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    Maybe it's time to use KDE desktop...
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    thank you everyone for the reply

    hi there guys!
    thanks a lot for the replies..ah! yes protocol,though not a frequent user of the KDE or GNOME ,i do occasionally do jump into the GUI..i did try the player that comes with GNOME..however it i think supports only the MPEG format..i want something that is not tie dto just one format..
    anyway i have a lot of links mow..thanks everyone

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    scorpion
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