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Re: [MPlayer-users] unknown codec 0x66666974
* Guillaume POIRIER <poirierg@xxxxxxxxx> [2005-10-31 14:08 +0100]:
> On 10/31/05, Joshua Crawford <mortarn_lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> * Guillaume POIRIER <poirierg@xxxxxxxxx> [2005-10-30 10:02 +0100]:
>>> On 10/30/05, Joshua Crawford <mortarn_lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> I just recently subscribed to the podcast from Make magazine
>>>> <http://makezine.com/blog/archive/make_podcast/index.xml>, and it contains
>>>> number of .m4b files. I was lucky, in that the first one I tried playing
>>>> (MAKE_2005-07-18.m4b) had JPEG images in it, and it worked fine. The rest
>>>> all have TIFF images, and it seems mplayer doesn't support TIFF (it's not
>>>> linked against libtiff, and there's no configure option I can see).
>>>> So, is there some outside codec I need installed? I have the Quicktime
>>>> codecs, from the all codecs tarball from April.
>>> I don't think it's gonna make any difference, but please try CVS
>>> version of MPlayer.
>> I've just installed the CVS version, and you're right - there's no
> The best thing is to upload a "Tiff" video sample online somewhere and
> give a link to it on ffmpeg mailing list so that ppl can hopefully
> work on it and make it watchable.
Ok, so this mail is now also going to ffmpeg-user, and hopefully followups
will only be there.
I don't need to upload the files, I just have to say where I got them :)
<http://downloads.oreilly.com/make/MAKE_2005-07-18.m4b> has JPEG images, and
works in mplayer.
<http://downloads.oreilly.com/make/MAKE_2005-08-01.m4b> (and all the others
from the RSS feed I linked above) has TIFF images, and the pictures aren't
displayed (audio works).
Joshua 'bruce' Crawford ... http://www.geocities.com/mortarn
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