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Old 22nd May 2011, 05:38 PM
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MPEG 4 AAC decoder for Banshee or Rhythmbox

I would like to play all my iTunes music from my Windows partition, but it says I need a MPEG 4 AAC decoder. Does anyone know how/where to get and install this? I just switched from Ubuntu 10.10 to Fedora 15 beta, so don't really have everything set up yet. I know my was around the terminal so you don't have to go easy on me
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Old 22nd May 2011, 05:56 PM
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Re: MPEG 4 AAC decoder for Banshee or Rhythmbox

you probably just need libfaad, but if you want (and you will) the majority of codecs go to the top of this page, in yellow fedora set-up guides and install fedora plus, then just tick what you want.
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