Re: Totem

On Tue, 2007-06-19 at 10:16 -0700, Mark Hull-Richter wrote:
> I second using mplayer )and xine) - I've never had any luck with
> Totem, and mplayer and xine are both so much easier to get, install
> and run that I left totem in the dust.

Totem has support to use xine, or gstreamer as a backend. totem-xine, i
believe, is available from freshrpms repository .

> Except: I uninstalled totem at work and now cannot see the id tags in
> my mp3 files - gdm seems to have some of that integrated via totem....
>  So don't uninstall it, just don't use it.

If you are talking of file property page in nautilus, it is a nautilus

On my system : 

> mhr
> On 6/19/07, Jim Hartley <xjimh cfl rr com> wrote:
> > Not sure about Totem, I use Mplayer for audio and video. I had to
> > configure an additional repository, Livna, to get plugins for the
> > IP-encumbered formats -- once I did that everything was easy.
> >
> > Jim Hartley
> >
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