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    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide 11.0
    by caf4926
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    The purpose of this guide is to try and simplify what some have found to be a tricky process. There exist 'OneClick' options for this. Experienced users, at least as far as I am aware, do not use the 'OneClick' method. Keep in mind this was written for openSUSE 11.0 – You will be Working from Yast – Software – Software Management /& Repositories. [for 11.1 see next post below]


    Some basic Repositories You Must Have:



    1. Oss: Index of /distribution/11.0/repo/oss
    2. Non-oss: Index of /distribution/11.0/repo/non-oss
    3. Update: Index of /update/11.0



    These repositories should be in your repositories list from Installation.
    If Not, add them.




    Additional Repositories You will need:



    1. Packman: Index of /pub/packman/suse/11.0
    2. Videolan VLC: Index of /pub/vlc/SuSE/11.0/



    N.B. You will install one package from VLC: libdvdcss – That's it!! Then REMOVE this repo. Install this Package FIRST.

    You can avoid the VLC repo step by doing this in a terminal:
    Code:
    su -c "rpm -Uvh  http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/rpm/libdvdcss2-1.2.9-1.i386.rpm"

    Ultimately you need these 4 key repositories. Please observe carefully the Priority settings!
    # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | Priority |
    1 | packman | packman | Yes | Yes | 90 |
    2 | Updates | Updates | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    3 | Non-oss | Non-oss | Yes | Yes | 120 |
    4 | Oss | Oss | Yes | Yes | 120 |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Now we can move on to everything else:


    But first you need to know something of the installation process. Using Yast – Software – Software Management you can filter by Repositories and so go to the repository you need to work from. In our case it will be the Packman Repository. Installed Packages have a tick in the check box, Packages with Blue text mean they are updates – Packages showing Red text mean they are roll-backs. In the case of a New Installation it is unlikely that there will be any Red packages. If you see blue packages in the Packman repo – do the following:- Looking at the menu buttons along the top of the GUI, select 'Package' and in the drop box select 'Update all in this list if Newer version Available'. Now accept. **In Gnome this option is not available, but there is a work around to get the QT GUI here: How To Get QT zypper GUI in GNOME YAST - openSUSE Forums

    If you receive a dependency error, look to accept the 'Vendor Change' option to resolve it. For eg: Amarok from a default install of KDE will be a Blue package and will update, but you will need to confirm 'Vendor Change' to Packman. If you can't work out what to do, save the error to file by clicking the 'other' button in the error box. Then paste that info in to a question in the forum.


    When Yast finishes it will ask if you want to install more? Select Yes.
    Now filter by repository again and go back to Packman.


    You now need to mark for installation the following – some of which may auto add to install by dependency as you work through the list.




    libavcodec52
    libdvdnav4
    libdvdplay0
    libdvdread4
    libffmpeg0
    ffmpeg
    libquicktime0
    libxine1
    libxine1-codecs
    libxvidcore4
    smplayer
    vlc
    w32codec-all
    xine-ui
    xvidcore

    OPTIONAL: for better media playback in your browser eg; apple, divx, wmv. Add these, both from Packman
    gnome-mplayer
    gecko-mediaplayer (several users (RedDwarf) package a newer version of this which may provide added compatibility.)


    This list is by no means comprehensive and depending on your system and chosen desktop environment, you may need further adjustment. You may also want to use the search box and type realplayer to install this too. It should be noted that FLASHPLAYER is installed by default at install and should just work. If it does not - Post your question/problem in the forum.


    Thanks to RedDwarf for this check list: Check your multimedia problem in ten steps - openSUSE Forums


    'oldcpu' has a 'sticky' here: Welcome to multimedia sub-area - openSUSE Forums

    ONECLICK's openSUSE 11.0 - NOT recommended by caf4926

    KDE: http://opensuse-community.org/codecs-kde.ymp

    GNOME: http://opensuse-community.org/codecs-gnome.ymp
    Please add comments to original how-to created by (and thanks to) caf4926, located here in un-reviewed area:
    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide - openSUSE Forums

    Post reviewed/moved by oldcpu
    Last edited by caf4926; 10-Mar-2013 at 21:39. Reason: 4 Key repo Settings

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    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide

    UPDATED FOR 11.1

    by caf4926

    The purpose of this guide is to try and simplify what some have found to be a tricky process. There exist 'OneClick' options for this. Experienced users, at least as far as I am aware, do not use the 'OneClick' method. Keep in mind this was written for openSUSE 11.0 (NOW UPDATED FOR 11.1) – You will be Working from Yast – Software – Software Management /& Repositories.


    Some basic Repositories You Must Have:



    1. Oss: Index of /distribution/11.1/repo/oss
    2. Non-oss: Index of /distribution/11.1/repo/non-oss
    3. Update: Index of /update/11.1



    These repositories should be in your repositories list from Installation.
    If Not, add them.




    Additional Repositories You will need:



    1. Packman: Index of /packman/suse/11.1
    2. Videolan VLC: Index of /pub/vlc/SuSE/11.1/



    N.B. You will install one package from VLC: libdvdcss – That's it!! Then REMOVE this repo. Install this Package FIRST.

    You can avoid the VLC repo step by doing this in a terminal:
    Code:
    su -c "rpm -Uvh  http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/rpm/libdvdcss2-1.2.9-1.i386.rpm"
    Ultimately you need these 4 key repositories. Please observe carefully the Priority settings!
    # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | Priority |
    1 | packman | packman | Yes | Yes | 90 |
    2 | Updates | Updates | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    3 | Non-oss | Non-oss | Yes | Yes | 120 |
    4 | Oss | Oss | Yes | Yes | 120 |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Now we can move on to everything else:


    But first you need to know something of the installation process. Using Yast – Software – Software Management you can filter by Repositories and so go to the repository you need to work from. In our case it will be the Packman Repository. Installed Packages have a tick in the check box, Packages with Blue text mean they are updates – Packages showing Red text mean they are roll-backs. In the case of a New Installation it is unlikely that there will be any Red packages. If you see blue packages in the Packman repo – do the following:- Looking at the menu buttons along the top of the GUI, select 'Package' and in the drop box select 'Update all in this list if Newer version Available'. Now accept. **In Gnome this option is not available, but there is a work around to get the QT GUI here: Switch Yast to QT

    If you receive a dependency error, look to accept the 'Vendor Change' option to resolve it. For eg: Amarok from a default install of KDE will be a Blue package and will update, but you will need to confirm 'Vendor Change' to Packman. If you can't work out what to do, save the error to file by clicking the 'other' button in the error box. Then paste that info in to a question in the forum.


    When Yast finishes it will ask if you want to install more? Select Yes.
    Now filter by repository again and go back to Packman.


    You now need to mark for installation the following – some of which may auto add to install by dependency as you work through the list.



    amarok-packman (if kde or you want this media player) + amarok-xine
    libavcodec52
    libdvdnav4
    libdvdplay0
    libdvdread4
    libavdevice52
    ffmpeg
    libquicktime0
    libxine1
    libxine1-codecs
    libxvidcore4
    smplayer
    vlc
    w32codec-all
    xine-ui
    xvidcore

    OPTIONAL: for better media playback in your browser eg; apple, divx, wmv. Add these, both from Packman
    gnome-mplayer
    gecko-mediaplayer (several users (RedDwarf) package a newer version of this which may provide added compatibility.)


    This list is by no means comprehensive and depending on your system and chosen desktop environment, you may need further adjustment. It should be noted that FLASHPLAYER is installed by default at install and should just work. If it does not - Post your question/problem in the forum.


    Thanks to RedDwarf for this check list: Check your multimedia problem in ten steps - openSUSE Forums


    'oldcpu' has a 'sticky' here: Welcome to multimedia sub-area - openSUSE Forums

    ONE CLICK OPTION- NOT recommended by caf4926
    KDE: http://opensuse-community.org/codecs-kde.ymp

    Gnome: http://opensuse-community.org/codecs-gnome.ymp
    Please add comments to original how-to created by (and thanks to) caf4926, located here in un-reviewed area: Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide - openSUSE Forums

    Post reviewed/moved by oldcpu
    Last edited by caf4926; 04-Jul-2010 at 07:45. Reason: 4 Key Repo settings

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    Default Re: Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide

    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide

    UPDATED FOR 11.2


    The purpose of this guide is to try and simplify what some have found to be a tricky process. There exist 'OneClick' options for this. Experienced users, at least as far as I am aware, do not use the 'OneClick' method. This is a re-write for openSUSE 11.2 – You will be Working from Yast – Software – Software Management /& Repositories.


    Some basic Repositories You Must Have:

    1. Oss: Index of /distribution/11.2/repo/oss
    2. Non-oss: Index of /distribution/11.2/repo/non-oss
    3. Update: Index of /update/11.2

      These repositories should be in your repositories list from Installation.
      If Not, add them.




      Additional Repositories You will need:


    1. Packman: Index of /suse/11.2
    2. Videolan VLC Optional: Index of /pub/vlc/SuSE/11.2/



    N.B. You will install one package from VLC: libdvdcssInstall this Package FIRST. That's it!! Then REMOVE this repo.


    You can avoid the VLC repo step by doing this in a terminal: Though it may install an older package than the repo and it's not _64.
    Code:
    su -c "rpm -Uvh http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/rpm/libdvdcss2-1.2.9-1.i386.rpm"
    Ultimately you need these 4 key repositories.
    Quote:
    # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | Priority |
    1 | packman | packman | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    2 | Updates | Updates | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    3 | Non-oss | Non-oss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    4 | Oss | Oss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Now we can move on to everything else:


    But first you need to know something of the installation process. Using Yast – Software – Software Management you can filter by Repositories and so go to the repository you need to work from. (If you use Gnome you may need to do this first: Switch Yast to QT ). In our case it will be the Packman Repository. Installed Packages have a tick in the check box, Packages with Blue text mean they are updates – Packages showing Red text mean they are roll-backs. In the case of a New Installation it is unlikely that there will be any Red packages.
    Viewing the Packman repo in 11.2 you will see a new feature which lets you switch vendor to Packman see: Switch to Packman Versions (we do this later)


    To proceed with your multi-media installation do as follows:
    You now need to mark for installation the following – some of which may auto add to install by dependency as you work through the list. (please remember some packages may not be available due to changes in packaging. We update this list regularly.)



    A zypper option is:
    Code:
    zypper in lame libavcodec52 libavdevice52 ffmpeg libdvdnav4 libdvdread4 libquicktime libxine1 libxine1-codecs libxvidcore4 smplayer vlc w32codec-all xine-ui xvidcore
    lame
    libavcodec52
    libavdevice52
    libdvdnav4
    libdvdplay0
    libdvdread4
    ffmpeg
    libquicktime
    libxine1
    libxine1-codecs
    libxvidcore4
    smplayer
    vlc
    w32codec-all
    xine-ui
    xvidcore
    (Optional for kde users) k3b-codecs

    OPTIONAL: for better media playback in your browser eg; apple, divx, wmv. Add these, both from Packman
    gnome-mplayer
    gecko-mediaplayer (Both available from Packman)
    Code:
     zypper in gnome-mplayer gecko-mediaplayer
    Having added all these - Now go back to Software Management - Filter to Packman and do this: ImageBam - Fast, Free Image Hosting and Photo Sharing
    Gnome users: Either enable the QT UI for Yast to use the switcher or do this:
    Code:
    zypper dup -r packman
    *Observe the alias correctly Eg; packman, as shown here or how it is in your repo list.


    This list is by no means comprehensive and depending on your system and chosen desktop environment, you may need further adjustment. It should be noted that FLASHPLAYER is installed by default at install from a DVD and should just work. If it does not - Post your question/problem in the forum.


    Thanks to RedDwarf for this check list: Check your multimedia problem in ten steps - openSUSE Forums


    'oldcpu' has a 'sticky' here: Welcome to multimedia sub-area - openSUSE Forums
    Quote:
    ONE CLICK OPTIONS-
    KDE and Gnome OneClicks
    Last edited by caf4926; 15-Apr-2011 at 06:34. Reason: libav > ffmpeg
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    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide

    UPDATED FOR 11.3


    The purpose of this guide is to try and simplify what some have found to be a tricky process. There exist 'OneClick' options for this. Multimedia in One Click This is a re-write for openSUSE 11.3 – You will be Working from Yast – Software – Software Management /& Repositories and or a terminal.


    Some basic Repositories You Must Have:

    1. Oss: Index of /distribution/11.3/repo/oss
    2. Non-oss: Index of /distribution/11.3/repo/non-oss
    3. Update: Index of /update/11.3

      These repositories should be in your repositories list from Installation.
      If Not, add them.


      Additional Repositories You will need:


    1. Packman: Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.3/
    2. Libdvdcss: http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/11.3/

    ***Take note to remove the VideoLan repo if you have it***
    Packman above is from a Europe Mirror, you might want it local to you. In which case check here: Additional package repositories - openSUSE!
    From the Beginning do this FIRST:

    In a su - terminal ( What is a su - terminal? )

    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/11.3/ libdvdcss
    Code:
    zypper ref
    Accept the licence/key
    Code:
    zypper in libdvdcss
    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.3/ packman
    Code:
    zypper ref
    Accept key/licence


    You may also be interested in this method of adding/managing repositories:
    Repository Management
    Mirror lists here: Package repositories - openSUSE
    And here: Additional package repositories - openSUSE
    Ultimately you need these 5 key repositories.
    Quote:
    # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | Priority |
    1 | packman | packman | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    2 | Updates | Updates | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    3 | Non-oss | Non-oss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    4 | Oss | Oss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    5 | libdvdcss | libdvdcss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Now we can move on to everything else:


    But first you need to know something of the installation process. Using Yast – Software – Software Management you can filter by Repositories and so go to the repository you need to work from. In our case it will be the Packman Repository. Installed Packages have a tick in the check box, Packages with Blue text mean they are updates – Packages showing Red text mean they are roll-backs. In the case of a New Installation it is unlikely that there will be any Red packages.
    Viewing the Packman repo in 11.3 you will see the switch feature which lets you switch vendor to Packman see: Switch to Packman Versions (we do this later)
    To proceed with your multi-media installation do as follows:
    You now need to mark for installation the following – some of which may auto add to install by dependency as you work through the list. (please remember some packages may not be available due to changes in packaging. We update this list regularly.)

    A zypper option is:
    Code:
    zypper in lame libavcodec52 libavdevice52 ffmpeg gecko-mediaplayer libdvdnav4 libdvdread4 libquicktime0 libxine1 libxine1-codecs libxvidcore4 smplayer vlc w32codec-all xine-ui xvidcore
    lame
    libavcodec52
    libavdevice52
    libdvdnav4
    libdvdplay0
    libdvdread4
    ffmpeg
    gecko-mediaplayer
    libquicktime0
    libxine1
    libxine1-codecs
    libxvidcore4
    smplayer
    vlc
    w32codec-all
    xine-ui
    xvidcore
    (optional for kde users) k3b-codecs

    Having added all these My preference is to - Now go back to Software Management - Filter to Packman and do this: Switch to Packman Versions
    Gnome looks different, see just below:
    A zypper option would be:
    Code:
    zypper dup -r packman
    *Observe the alias correctly Eg; packman, as shown here or how it is in your repo list.

    UPDATE on Gnome feature now in 11.3, see this image:


    I have done several trial Gnome installs and using the package switcher is the easiest option, but you must accept the removal of 'transmission-common' as shown here:
    Allow removal of transmission-common
    This list is by no means comprehensive and depending on your system and chosen desktop environment, you may need further adjustment. It should be noted that FLASHPLAYER is installed by default post install, with updates and should just work. If it does not - Post your question/problem in the forum.


    Thanks to RedDwarf for this check list: Check your multimedia problem in ten steps - openSUSE Forums
    James @jdmcdaniel3 wrote this MMCHECK - Check Your Multimedia in 10 Steps - Script File, as proposed by RedDwarf


    'oldcpu' has a 'sticky' here: Welcome to multimedia sub-area - openSUSE Forums
    Quote:
    ONE CLICK OPTIONS-
    KDE and Gnome OneClicks
    Last edited by caf4926; 12-May-2011 at 09:10. Reason: libav > ffmpeg
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    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide


    UPDATED FOR 11.4






    The purpose of this guide is to try and simplify what some have found to be a tricky process. There exist 'OneClick' options for this. Multimedia in One Click – You will be Working from Yast – Software – Software Management /& Repositories and or a terminal.


    Some basic Repositories You Must Have:

    1. Oss: Index of /distribution/11.4/repo/oss
    2. Non-oss: Index of /distribution/11.4/repo/non-oss
    3. Update: Index of /update/11.4

      These repositories should be in your repositories list from Installation.
      If Not, add them.


      Additional Repositories You will need:


    1. Packman: Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.4
    2. Libdvdcss: http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/11.4/


    ***Take note to remove the VideoLan repo if you have it***
    Packman above is from a Europe Mirror, you might want it local to you. In which case check here: Additional package repositories - openSUSE!
    From the Beginning do this FIRST:

    In a su - terminal ( What is a su - terminal? )

    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/11.4/ libdvdcss
    Code:
    zypper ref
    Accept the licence/key
    Code:
    zypper in libdvdcss
    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/openSUSE_11.4/ packman
    Code:
    zypper ref
    Accept key/licence


    You may also be interested in this method of adding/managing repositories:
    Repository Management
    Mirror lists here: Package repositories - openSUSE
    And here: Additional package repositories - openSUSE
    Ultimately you need these 5 key repositories.
    Quote:
    # | Alias | Name | Enabled | Refresh | Priority |
    1 | packman | packman | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    2 | Updates | Updates | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    3 | Non-oss | Non-oss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    4 | Oss | Oss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    5 | libdvdcss | libdvdcss | Yes | Yes | 99 |
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Now we can move on to everything else:


    But first you need to know something of the installation process. Using Yast – Software – Software Management you can filter by Repositories and so go to the repository you need to work from. In our case it will be the Packman Repository. Installed Packages have a tick in the check box, Packages with Blue text mean they are updates – Packages showing Red text mean they are roll-backs. In the case of a New Installation it is unlikely that there will be any Red packages.
    Viewing the Packman repo in 11.4 you will see the switch feature which lets you switch vendor to Packman see: Switch to Packman Versions (we do this later)
    To proceed with your multi-media installation do as follows:
    You now need to mark for installation the following – some of which may auto add to install by dependency as you work through the list. (please remember some packages may not be available due to changes in packaging. We update this list regularly.)

    A zypper option is:
    Code:
    zypper in lame libavcodec52 libavdevice52 flash-player ffmpeg gecko-mediaplayer libdvdnav4 libdvdread4 libquicktime0 libxine1 libxine1-codecs libxvidcore4 smplayer vlc w32codec-all xine-ui xvidcore
    lame
    libavcodec52
    libavdevice52
    libdvdnav4
    libdvdplay0
    libdvdread4
    ffmpeg
    flash-player
    gecko-mediaplayer
    libquicktime0
    libxine1
    libxine1-codecs
    libxvidcore4
    smplayer
    vlc
    w32codec-all
    xine-ui
    xvidcore
    (optional for kde users) k3b-codecs

    Having added all these My preference is to - Now go back to Software Management - Filter to Packman and do this: Switch to Packman Versions
    Gnome looks different, see just below:
    A zypper option would be:
    Code:
    zypper dup -r packman
    *Observe the alias correctly Eg; packman, as shown here or how it is in your repo list.

    Gnome users: see this image:


    I have done several trial Gnome installs and using the package switcher is the easiest option, but you must accept the removal of 'transmission-common' as shown here:
    Allow removal of transmission-common
    This list is by no means comprehensive and depending on your system and chosen desktop environment, you may need further adjustment. It should be noted that FLASHPLAYER is installed by default post install, with updates and should just work. If it does not - Post your question/problem in the forum.


    Thanks to RedDwarf for this check list: Check your multimedia problem in ten steps - openSUSE Forums
    James @jdmcdaniel3 wrote this MMCHECK - Check Your Multimedia in 10 Steps - Script File, as proposed by RedDwarf


    'oldcpu' has a 'sticky' here: Welcome to multimedia sub-area - openSUSE Forums
    Quote:
    ONE CLICK OPTIONS-
    KDEand Gnome OneClicks
    Last edited by caf4926; 01-Oct-2011 at 22:12. Reason: correct urls'
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    Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide FOR openSUSE_12.1


    (NNTP users Please note this thread will change/be edited.)

    Revised and Simplified manual Method This assumes you already have the default: Oss, NON-OSS and Update repositories.

    Step 1:

    • Become super user in a terminal (su -). Learn how here
    • Or watch video here


    Step 2
    (Main Multimedia sources)
    • Add the necessary repositories by copying and pasting the following code into the su - terminal

    Packman
    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://packman.inode.at/suse/openSUSE_12.1/ packman
    For DVD Playback
    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/12.1/ libdvdcss
    Now we refresh them
    Code:
    zypper ref
    (a) to accept always and trust the signing key

    Step 3
    Adding the basic packages. Using the same su - terminal. Now carefully copy and paste the following:

    FOR KDE USE THIS:
    Code:
       
    zypper in libdvdcss2 vlc libxine1-codecs k3b-codecs ffmpeg lame gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly-orig-addon w32codec-all MPlayer smplayer gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good libxine1 libdvdplay0 libdvdread4 libdvdnav4 xine-ui libmad0 ffmpeg sox libxvidcore4 xvidcore libavcodec52 libavdevice52 libvlccore4 libvlc5 lsb pullin-flash-player flash-player gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mp3 gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegdemux gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegmux gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-extra k3b libquicktime0 gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad-orig-addon gecko-mediaplayer



    FOR GNOME/XFCE/LXDE USE THIS:
    Code:
       
    zypper in libdvdcss2 vlc libxine1-codecs ffmpeg lame gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly-orig-addon totem-browser-plugin w32codec-all MPlayer smplayer gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good libxine1 libdvdplay0 libdvdread4 libdvdnav4 xine-ui libmad0 ffmpeg sox libxvidcore4 xvidcore libavcodec52 libavdevice52 libvlccore4 libvlc5 totem totem-plugin-upnp totem-plugins nautilus-totem lsb pullin-flash-player flash-player gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mp3 gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegdemux gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegmux gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-extra libquicktime0 gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad-orig-addon

    Step 4 When step 3 is complete: Now close the terminal and open: Yast > Software > Software Management
    • If you are working with a new install, this may automatically add a list of forced updates. Apply and run those first and then return to Software Manager
    • Now use the package switcher on Packman. KDE and Gnome interface look different:


    KDE: Example of Packman switch in KDE

    Gnome: Example of Packman switch in Gnome

    Video Example (KDE QT UI): Switching to Packman Video

    If you encounter dependency errors: Eg: Errors You need to accept changes that allow vendor switch to Packman If you can't work it out. Ask in the forum.


    That is it!

    ====================================================================================================================

    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    1. This multi-media install now separates kde and gnome. This should ensure a complete multi-media experience with the least difficulty.
    2. A good step by step multimedia check is available HERE
    3. Please do not use the VideoLan repository!
    4. OneClick options will be available here: Restricted formats - openSUSE Community Wiki
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    For openSUSE 12.2

    Complete 12.2 Article here
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    openSUSE 12.3 Multimedia Guide


    Revised and Simplified manual Method
    This assumes you already have the default: OSS, NON-OSS, NON-OSS-Update and Update repositories.


    *NOTE* You need to become su - in a terminal
    Become super user in a terminal (su -). Learn how here


    STEP 1: Add Packman and libdvdcss repositories

    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://packman.inode.at/suse/openSUSE_12.3/ packman
    Code:
    zypper ar -f http://opensuse-guide.org/repo/12.3/ libdvdcss
    Now do
    Code:
    zypper ref
    (a) to accept always and trust the signing key


    FOR KDE USE:


    Code:
    zypper install libxine2-codecs ffmpeg lame gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad-orig-addon gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-extra gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly-orig-addon gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ffmpeg libdvdcss2 flash-player dvdauthor07 gstreamer-plugins-base gstreamer-plugins-bad gstreamer-plugins-bad-orig-addon gstreamer-plugins-good gstreamer-plugins-ugly gstreamer-plugins-ugly-orig-addon gstreamer-plugins-good-extra gstreamer-0_10-plugins-fluendo_mpegdemux gstreamer-0_10-plugins-fluendo_mpegmux k3b-codecs gecko-mediaplayer vlc smplayer h264enc x264


    FOR GNOME or XFCE or LXDE USE:

    Code:
    zypper install libxine2-codecs ffmpeg lame gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad-orig-addon gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-extra gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly-orig-addon gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ffmpeg libdvdcss2 flash-player dvdauthor07 gstreamer-plugins-base gstreamer-plugins-bad gstreamer-plugins-bad-orig-addon gstreamer-plugins-good gstreamer-plugins-ugly gstreamer-plugins-ugly-orig-addon gstreamer-plugins-good-extra gstreamer-0_10-plugins-fluendo_mpegdemux gstreamer-0_10-plugins-fluendo_mpegmux vlc smplayer totem-browser-plugin h264enc x264

    If you face choices. Look carefully for the option to let the package/s switch from openSUSE > packman
    (In all my installs thus far it has been option 1)

    When done. Close the terminal. And open Yast > Software Management and Apply the Package Switcher on Packman.

    KDE: Example of Packman switch in KDE

    Gnome: Example of Packman switch in Gnome

    If you encounter dependency errors: Eg: Errors You need to accept changes that allow vendor switch to Packman If you can't work it out. Ask in the forum.


    IMPORTANT NOTES:

    1. This multi-media install now separates kde and gnome. This should ensure a complete multi-media experience with the least difficulty.
    2. A good step by step multimedia check is available HERE
    3. Please do not use the VideoLan repository!
    4. OneClick options will be available here: Restricted formats - openSUSE Community Wiki

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