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Thread: Problem with video codec Help!

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    Default Problem with video codec Help!

    Hi , well i just downloaded , cheese application for my webcam , its work well , but i recorder a video of myself on it
    when i try to watch it .. its does not open . .. on vlc


    check this out : i got a error message ..



    Link :http://postimg.org/image/qr6gd7o7z/


    Anyone could help me out .

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    Default Re: Problem with video codec Help!

    Do you have the packman repository enabled?
    If you haven't there are guides here in the forums.

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    Default Re: Problem with video codec Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wingonaut View Post
    Do you have the packman repository enabled?
    If you haven't there are guides here in the forums.
    Well, it's easy really: Enter YaST->Software Repositories, click on "Add", choose "Community Repositories" and enable it there.

    Then install "vlc-codecs" to have all existing codecs in VLC. If you get a conflict, always choose the "vendor change" to Packman.

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    Default Re: Problem with video codec Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Wingonaut View Post
    Do you have the packman repository enabled?
    If you haven't there are guides here in the forums.

    it was not enable , i just enable it now what to do ?

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    Default Re: Problem with video codec Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by ashmu View Post
    it was not enable , i just enable it now what to do ?
    As I wrote in my previous post, install "vlc-codecs".

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    Default Re: Problem with video codec Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    As I wrote in my previous post, install "vlc-codecs".
    ha


    Thanks a lot mate, i had managed to fix it ,

    First yea i had Enable packman rep on yast

    Second install this : http://opensuse-community.org/codecs-kde.ymp

    Problem fix its working

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    Default Re: Problem with video codec Help!

    Quote Originally Posted by ashmu View Post
    This installs _all_ codecs you might need on a KDE system, but for VLC only vlc-codecs is necessary.

    Still, it's probably a good idea to use that 1-click installer, of course.

    You might even do a "full repository vendor change update" to Packman, to switch some other applications to fully multimedia-enabled versions. (kdenlive/libmlt, sox, audacity, and more)
    https://en.opensuse.org/SDB:Vendor_c..._Vendor_change
    But that depends on your requirements and the software you installed.

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