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Old 3rd March 2012, 04:42 AM
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Audio isn't recognized

Hi, my girlfriend decided she hated Windows 7, so she asked me to install something else. I had played with Fedora a bit and thought that it would be a good choice. However, much of her music was in mp3 format, which fedora does not support. As I was out of the country when she discovered this, she asked my friend to fix it, and he made a complete mess of it. I got mp3 support, but now I have no support for other audio formats.Tthe ones i know do not work are .wav, .m4a, .wma, and .mp4. Any help would be much appreciated. The audio player being used is Banshee.

Last edited by btmusic; 3rd March 2012 at 04:55 AM. Reason: specified wrong program
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