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  1. #1
    civrute NNTP User

    Default .dat file can't play in kaffeine


    hellloo anybody here,..i would like to ask to you all linuxer,.
    why so dificult when i'am try to play my video.dat into
    kaffeine,..i'snt like windows can play it.
    how to solve this problem,..plizz help,..
    i'am strong NEWBIE..
    /thank's before
    /best regard


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    caf4926 NNTP User

    Default Re: .dat file can't play in kaffeine


    .dat
    is not a multi-media file


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  3. #3
    civrute NNTP User

    Default Re: .dat file can't play in kaffeine


    so,..how to play it my video in opensuse


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  4. #4
    oldcpu NNTP User

    Default Re: .dat file can't play in kaffeine


    civrute;1905690 Wrote:
    > so,..how to play it my video in opensuse

    Is this a file from an SVCD or a VCD? If so, create the SVCD or VCD
    and play it that way. ....

    If you have preserved the precise directory structure from an SVCD or
    VCD, then it is possible you can play "the directory" from an
    application like vlc.

    If you are copying this from an SVCD or VCD, then use an appropriate
    ripping tool.


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    didencool NNTP User

    Default Re: .dat file can't play in kaffeine


    i am not shure but if you rename your .dat file to .mpg it also should
    play...

    acording 'wikipedia' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VCD)

    VCD uses 'mpeg-1' (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MPEG-1) codec


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    hotus NNTP User

    Default Re: .dat file can't play in kaffeine


    I thought that on Linux DE's: file type are not extensions driven, but
    instead MIME type driven.
    It is why you can have a text file or image with no extension at all,
    and still able to open them with the appropriate software.

    I think the problem described here is related to some libraries/codecs
    not present on the system. Please take a look at this: 'Restricted
    Formats/11.0 - openSUSE-Community'
    (http://opensuse-community.org/Restricted_Formats/11.0)


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