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Old 20th February 2008, 04:36 AM
too_pac Offline
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some problems playing .avi files

i'm currently using Fedora 8 and have installed most of the codecs required to play .avi files
right now the problem is that the video playback always stuck a little bit if i view the video in fullscreen mode.
by the way i'm running my Fedora 8 on my acer 1.6GHz pentium processor using intel graphics media accelerator 950 which i think is already supported by my distro

thx in advance
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Old 20th February 2008, 03:08 PM
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Which video player are you using?

Maybe try switching to vlc or mplayer?

Do you have hardware acceleration? (type 'glxinfo | grep rendering'), if not you may have trouble with full screen playback. In vlc you can try a different video output module if you start it from the command line using 'vlc -vout <module>' (type 'vlc -l' for a full list of modules) In mplayer you can select a different driver in Preferences->Video
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