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    Default Re: installation ffMultiConverter on (Open) Suse

    Quote Originally Posted by yuryen View Post
    both Enabled and active for Autorefresh.
    Having two is not a good idea, remove the other one so it'll only have one Packman. Also I didn't know you used Tumbleweed so it's a little different.

    Quote Originally Posted by yuryen View Post
    In ubuntu you can mark the extra needed packages during installation, that would be nice in OpenSuse so for us average Linux users (not you ) it would be easy.
    It would be nice to have all the patent restricted files included but the SUSE guys decided to go full GPL-no-"questionable" software included route.

    Normally just using the opensuse-guide's 1-click installer would be enough to add Packman and install all necessary codecs however I'm not sure if that works for Tumbleweed as I do not use it for various reasons.

    However, please install python-qt4 and let me know if ffmc works then - it would be interesting, I might package it if it's good.
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    Default Re: installation ffMultiConverter on (Open) Suse

    YEAH YES

    It worked!!!

    Thanks very much. It is unfortunately that I can't attach the video, it's an owl (parrot) next to a air fan being very happy :-)
    It's flash I guess and I sent it to a friend's phone with Telegram but he couldn't play it on it, so that's how it started.

    It's actually a very nice program from what I can see and you can translate a video to any format, even in batch I think I read somewhere.

    Well, that's nice to have learned something.

    I hope you can use it nice too!

    Thanks again and have a nice evening.

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    Default Re: installation ffMultiConverter on (Open) Suse

    On 02/08/2015 12:46 PM, Miuku wrote:
    >
    > yuryen;2693957 Wrote:
    >> both Enabled and active for Autorefresh.

    > Having two is not a good idea, remove the other one so it'll only have
    > one Packman. Also I didn't know you used Tumbleweed so it's a little
    > different.
    >
    > yuryen;2693957 Wrote:
    >> In ubuntu you can -mark- the extra needed packages during installation,
    >> that would be nice in OpenSuse so for us average Linux users (not you
    >> ) it would be easy.

    > It would be nice to have all the patent restricted files included but
    > the SUSE guys decided to go full GPL-no-"questionable" software included
    > route.
    >

    NO, they went the legal route by not including ANY software that has
    patent restrictions.

    Ken


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