the mplayer can't display the rmvb file

how can i do


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tallguy;1934538 Wrote:
> how can i do

open console and run mplayer from there, then paste the messages here
so we can see what’s going on

‘Get h264enc’ ( - ‘Get xvidenc’
- ‘Get divxenc’

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error!:cannot find codec matching selected -vo and video format


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addition:I can hear the voice,but the mplayer can’t display the view


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You could always use realplayer.

Download the rpm from real
go su

rpm -ivh R{TAB}to auto comp…

to configure - new user term type


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IMO realplayer is a very poor choice. Few features, uses more processing
power, not F/OSS, etc.

I can play rmvb in SMPlayer/Opensuse 11.0 x86_64 without problems after
installing the essential-amd64-20071007 codecs from mplayer site. The
relevant codecs are:
rv40 for video (in /usr/lib/win32/
cook for audio (in /usr/lib/win32/

Only small issue in that after ff/rwd the audio gets a litle bit out of
sync, but syncs back after a few seconds playing.


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