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On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 05:59, Darren Vincent Hart wrote:
> I have been trying to get xine to use the quicktime 5 (and 6) dlls
> the mplayer site for a while now and I haven't been able to get them
> play anything.
> - I downloaded the qt5 tar from mplayer and untarred it, moving
> everything in the directory to /usr/lib/win32 (so the dll is in
> -I have tried playing the trailers at apple's site with the gxine
> (it reports: No demuxer found - stream format not recognized)
> -I have also tried wgetting the mov that gxine tried to play
(http://a772.g.akamai.net/5/772/51/3ec18115056f62/1a1a1aaa2198c627970773d80669d84574a8d80d3cb12453c02589f25382f668c9329e0375e8178cfa63d93eb02384f01f93fb60bf279c0873/the_hulk_teaser_480.mov) and playing that with xine directly, that didn't work
> -I found a url in the file I wget'ed, I got that and xine couldn't
> it either...
> Can anyone offer any advice here?
that file is only a reference file...
the real file is:
so basically the same url but you change "the_hulk_teaser_480.mov" to
now simply wget it and watch it.
and how should one know what the real filename is? hmmm... err...
mplayer has support for these files and he writes out the name of the
until xine gets support for quicktime-reference files, try this:
basically you open the webpage-source, and search for something like:
and the real file is
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