jeff at jeff.net
Tue Nov 27 10:35:09 GMT 2001
Hmm, vlc is for MPEG encoded stuff. I checked out avifile and mplayer,
both of which appear to have massive support for a large number of movie
formats (I had NO IDEA there were so many!), but unfortunately both have
trouble with the particular codec my file was encoded with (ATI
VCR2). mplayer at least knows about it and it is listed on their "codec
progress" list as "segfaults", which it does :) With any luck they will
fix the support soon...
Thanks for all the advice!
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Brian Somers wrote:
> > I have some AVI files I made a few years ago on a machine that no longer
> > exists. I vaguely understand codecs are involved in the layout of such
> > files, and without the original codec I cannot play them. Sure enough,
> > two windows machines I have access to cannot do anything with these
> > files. I tried xanim under FreeBSD but it just displayed a window of
> > garbage. Any other AVI tools under FreeBSD that might allow me to at
> > least discover what codec was used so I can search for it?
> The vlc may be able to play them.
> > TIA,
> > Jeff LaCoursiere
> > jeff at jeff.net
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