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    wmv files

    hi all
    i am unable to play wmv and avi files in linux...
    so , how to convert wmv and avi (audio and video) files to .rm files... exactly..
    can you please tell me is there any converter..

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    I think there are music players for Linux that do support those formats. MPlayer appears to be an example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
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    I think there are music players for Linux that do support those formats. MPlayer appears to be an example.
    simply is there any converter ..
    to conver wmv and avi files to .rm files

    help me in this way

    thank you in advance

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    simply is there any converter ..
    to conver wmv and avi files to .rm files
    Yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Yes.
    can you tell me the name of software or link path to download the converter..
    it should be install in linux(FEDORA 5)..

    thank you in advance

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    Have you considered searching the Web?
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    Quote Originally Posted by laserlight View Post
    Have you considered searching the Web?
    i am searching but not getting any for fedora5..
    for these i seek your help

    thank you in advance

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    Ummm ... if there is a converter that runs in Linux, then there is a player too, and you don't need to convert.
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    munna_dude, your not going to find something as simple as you expect. You might have to write your own converter, using other libraries/codecs to read wmv, avi and rm formats. (or read them yourself).

    I suggest you reanalyze your situation

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    I am able to play wmv just fine. I am using ubuntu with codecs from automatix.

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    google "VLC"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kroiz View Post
    I am able to play wmv just fine. I am using ubuntu with codecs from automatix.
    That's nice.

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