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Sat Aug 30 12:26:04 PDT 2003
Well if the plug in is not working, which I have seen happen occasionally. You
could try pointing mplayer directly at the files, from the command line.
On Sat, 30 Aug 2003 11:42:32 -0400
"Monah Baki" <mbaki at whywire.net> wrote:
> Thank you, I'm now farther than where I was before, however, when I click on
> the trailer, a dialog box for mplayerplug-in pops up and its says "loading
> movie" but nothing else shows up, background is white.
> On Saturday, August 30, 2003, at 10:30 AM, Hendrik Hasenbein wrote:
> Monah Baki wrote:
> Hi all, I'm trying to setup a Freebsd 5.1 machine to be able to watch
> quicktime trailers from apple's website. I installed from ports:
> However, the site tells me I'm still missing a plugin and can't view the
> trailer. Any help will be highly appreciated.
> To get a plugin in your browser I recommend to use ports/mplayerplug-in. That
> should allow you to view the trailer. If you get no sound, don't worry. That's
> not your fault. Some new trailer use an audiocodec which I only got in the
> latest windoze qt-player. It won't even play sound on a Mac.
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