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Old 30th May 2012, 01:06 PM
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Missing gstreamer plugins (mkv, webm, mp4)

Just installed Fedora 17 (64 bit). After installing the good gstreamer plugins, I noticed that I could not play any mkv, webm or mp4 files. Totem complains that the demuxers for each one are missing. However, gst-inspector says that they are installed. I've tried gst123 and it comes up with the same error as well.

Any fixes for this problem?

---------- Post added at 10:06 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:04 PM ----------

Oh, I just solved it I had to delete the .gstreamer-0.10 directory and run gst-inspect to update the registry file inside.
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