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joutlan
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I'm going to pin this as one of the first things a new linux user wants to do (and many old hacks too!) is get their multimedia apps up and running like Hulu, Music mp3's and m4a's, DVD Playback, etc. Following this will enable all that functionality. The package list was taken from "RHEL 6 Essentials", the remainder has been my experience with it. I have tested the repos in the next paragraph and have had NO conflicts with these particular packages. Make sure EPEL and RPMFusion-Free are turned off or you WILL have conflicts. A quick GUI way of enabling repos is by going to the "Software Sources" dropdown in "Add Remove Software" under the Administrative Menu.

First I install the following after enabling the following repos in addtion to the standard SL repos:

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That's it!


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#yum install ffmpeg libdvdcss libdvdread libdvdnav libdvdplay lsdvd vlc gxine



Then, install all the gstreamer plugins and other MM libraries.


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#yum install gstreamer-plugins-good gstreamer-plugins-bad gstreamer-plugins-bad-extras gstreamer-plugins-bad-free-extras gstreamer-plugins-ugly libcdaudio w3m libx264 mjpegtools libsidplay libquicktime libkate automake autoconf jna gc libid3tag amrwb gstreamer-java-swt gstreamer-java gstreamer-ffmpeg gstreamer-vaapi eclipse-swt



Gstreamer-plugins-bad-extras will enable .m4a.

This should pretty much do it.....please comment if you run into any problems/conflicts.

After you do this, remember to return your repo settings to "stock".

NOTE: This procedure does NOT work with Springdale-PUIAS Linux because of slight package variations!

This *does* work with Oracle Unbreakable Linux 6.5. Be careful not to have EPEL enabled when you do this or you'll get package conflicts. Do a yum clean all beforehand.

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 Posted: Apr 15 2011, 10:47 AM
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Thanks for this guide,
but I sill prefer VLC. I don't use gstreamer or Gnome. So let's add how to install VLC:

1) Enable the rpmforge repo

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yum install vlc

This will enable all the music mp3's and m4a's, flv, DVD playback for VLC.

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Thanks for following up with that. Normally I do the same thing. Mplayer seems to work very well with SL6 though, so I'm 50/50 on those 2 smile.gif

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QUOTE (thomei @ Apr 15 2011, 12:47 PM)
Thanks for this guide,
but I sill prefer VLC. I don't use gstreamer or Gnome. So let's add how to install VLC:

1) Enable the rpmforge repo

2)
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yum install vlc

This will enable all the music mp3's and m4a's, flv, DVD playback for VLC.



My idea too. Did it exactly the same.
Solved a lot of "codec" problems.

RPMforge is my friend laugh.gif laugh.gif

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QUOTE (thomei @ Apr 15 2011, 06:47 AM)
Thanks for this guide,
but I sill prefer VLC. I don't use gstreamer or Gnome. So let's add how to install VLC:

1) Enable the rpmforge repo

2)
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yum install vlc

This will enable all the music mp3's and m4a's, flv, DVD playback for VLC.


Thomei...I believe VLC will play M4a's, but not Rhythmbox for example. You'll need the other packages per above for that. That's one of the reasons, among others, I took the time to make the original post biggrin.gif

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Just a heads up for anyone installing VLC . VLC doesn't play well with the libmodplug from epel repos. If installing vlc and you have the epel repo installed you should add exclude=libmodplug to your /etc/yum.repo.d/epel.repo , and epel-testing.repo.

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QUOTE (AndrewSerk @ Apr 19 2011, 04:47 PM)
Just a heads up for anyone installing VLC . VLC doesn't play well with the libmodplug from epel repos.  If installing vlc and you have the epel repo installed you should add exclude=libmodplug to your /etc/yum.repo.d/epel.repo , and epel-testing.repo.


That's exactly what I ran into. I did get around however, by uninstalling and reinstalling with the EPEL repos turned off. Sorry, it evades me right now exactly what did...I should have posted.

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So you can all watch Apple Trailers, Hmmm..

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gui way to do this pretty easy

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1838439&postcount=4

for there you can install vlc extra codecs or install yumex which another great gui fronted tool from there every thing so easy gui way to use

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=265473
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QUOTE (mikhail @ Apr 25 2011, 01:51 PM)
gui way to do this pretty easy

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=1838439&postcount=4

for there you can install vlc extra codecs or install yumex which another great gui fronted tool from there every thing so easy gui way to use

http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=265473


Thanks mikhail....I signed up under this name over there at Wilder Security Forum. I lurked it a lot a few years ago, but made it official this time smile.gif

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First I install the following after enabling all repos (that SL script available in package manager opens up):

what SL script?
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QUOTE (Raggs @ May 25 2011, 03:06 PM)
First I install the following after enabling all repos (that SL script available in package manager opens up):

what SL script?


Go into Package Manager GUI and look under SL Addons....you'll see a YUM and repo configuration "package" there...that is it.

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I'm getting the following error with yum install bla bla bla
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No package libx264 available.

What repo has this package?

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QUOTE (Glennzo @ Jun 9 2011, 06:49 PM)
I'm getting the following error with yum install bla bla bla
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No package libx264 available.

What repo has this package?


Glennzo my good man.....are you following this post?

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Ummmm.... No, this one huh.gif

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QUOTE (Glennzo @ Jun 9 2011, 07:28 PM)
Ummmm.... No, this one  huh.gif


http://fuzedglobal.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/default/facepalm.gif DUH on me. as described in this thread, libx264 should install without any problems. Do you have EPELs, RPMForge, ATRpms open while you are installing that? Do you have the Yum Configuration from SL installed which adds those repos for you? Check that out. mellow.gif Open package manager GUI, and look under SL addons. Excuse if you've done this....I've been VERY interrupted today on the laptop.

Sorry, I came straight to this post and didn't know we had this many posts in it, i.e. didn't recognize it even though I started it (reading the thread title helps too!).... laugh.gif

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Caught you napping I guess tongue.gif

Here's the command I'm using at this point since this is the only package that won't install
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[glenn@phenom-sl6 ~>$ sudo yum --enablerepo=* install libx264

And here are my yum repositories.
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[glenn@phenom-sl6 ~>$ yum repolist all
Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit
repo id                                     repo name                                            status
atrpms                                      Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms         disabled
atrpms-bleeding                             Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms bleedin disabled
atrpms-bleeding-debuginfo                   Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms bleedin disabled
atrpms-bleeding-source                      Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms bleedin disabled
atrpms-debuginfo                            Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms - Debug disabled
atrpms-source                               Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms - Sourc disabled
atrpms-testing                              Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms testing disabled
atrpms-testing-debuginfo                    Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms testing disabled
atrpms-testing-source                       Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - ATrpms testing disabled
elrepo                                      ELRepo.org Community Enterprise Linux Repository - e disabled
elrepo-kernel                               ELRepo.org Community Enterprise Linux Kernel Reposit disabled
elrepo-testing                              ELRepo.org Community Enterprise Linux Testing Reposi disabled
epel                                        Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64       enabled:   5,950+3
epel-debuginfo                              Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - Deb disabled
epel-source                                 Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64 - Sou disabled
epel-testing                                Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - Testing - x8 disabled
epel-testing-debuginfo                      Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - Testing - x8 disabled
epel-testing-source                         Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - Testing - x8 disabled
rpmforge                                    RHEL 6.0 - RPMforge.net - dag                        enabled:   3,812+1
rpmforge-extras                             RHEL 6.0 - RPMforge.net - extras                     disabled
rpmforge-testing                            RHEL 6.0 - RPMforge.net - testing                    disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates                      RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Free - Updates                 enabled:         0
rpmfusion-free-updates-debuginfo            RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Free - Updates Debug           disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-source               RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Free - Updates Source          disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-testing              RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Free - Test Updates            enabled:         6
rpmfusion-free-updates-testing-debuginfo    RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Free - Test Updates Debug      disabled
rpmfusion-free-updates-testing-source       RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Free - Test Updates Source     disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates                   RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Nonfree - Updates              enabled:         0
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-debuginfo         RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Nonfree - Updates Debug        disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-source            RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Nonfree - Updates Source       disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing           RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Nonfree - Test Updates         enabled:         2
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing-debuginfo RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Nonfree - Test Updates Debug   disabled
rpmfusion-nonfree-updates-testing-source    RPM Fusion for EL 6 - Nonfree - Test Updates Source  disabled
sl                                          Scientific Linux 6.0 - x86_64                        enabled: 5,980+100
sl-fastbugs                                 Scientific Linux 6.0 - x86_64 - fastbug updates      disabled
sl-security                                 Scientific Linux 6.0 - x86_64 - security updates     enabled:   901+100
sl-source                                   Scientific Linux 6.0 Alpha - Source                  disabled
sl-testing                                  Scientific Linux 6.0 Testing - x86_64                disabled
sl-testing-source                           Scientific Linux 6.0 Testing - Source                disabled
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Maybe I misunderstand the Sl script part of the instructions, but I think I have what I need. All of the newest repositories are installed. Anything not check marked is an older version of what's already installed.

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QUOTE (Glennzo @ Jun 10 2011, 09:09 AM)
All of the newest repositories are installed. Anything not check marked is an older version of what's already installed.

You do know that you have installed several repos that will bite each other some time huh.gif

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QUOTE (redman @ Jun 10 2011, 05:36 AM)
QUOTE (Glennzo @ Jun 10 2011, 09:09 AM)
All of the newest repositories are installed. Anything not check marked is an older version of what's already installed.

You do know that you have installed several repos that will bite each other some time huh.gif

That was with the "all" switch. Here's plain old yum repolist:
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repo id                            repo name                                                              status
epel                               Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux 6 - x86_64                           5,952+1
google-chrome                      google-chrome                                                                  3
google64                           Google - x86_64                                                                4
puias-addons                       PUIAS Scientific Linux 6.0 x86_64 - Addons                                   562
sl                                 Scientific Linux 6.0 - x86_64                                          5,980+100
sl-security                        Scientific Linux 6.0 - x86_64 - security updates                         901+100

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Good Evening Glenzo,
The packages x264 , x264-devel , x264-libs along with ffmpeg and vlc all provide some */libx264.so... , all from the PUIAS repo here.

gstreamer-plugins-bad also installs without issue here from PUIAS addons.
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Just to let you know I have a few new packages in my personal repo for those more interested in manipulating media files rather than just consuming them:

handbrake: an excellent DVD to MP4/MKV/H.264 transcoder
This program allows you to back up and compress a DVD to a file of 2GB size that looks as good as the original. It's basically a GUI for x264 (the best h.264 video encoder, used even by the pros) and ffmpeg.

k9copy: another excellent DVD backup program
most useful to make a backup to VIDEO_TS folder on hard disk, it allows you to just select the main movie or to back up the full DVD with menus and extras.
I wouldn't use k9copy for transcoding to MP4, for that handbrake is better.
k9copy is a KDE program but it runs fine with Gnome too (it has a menu option that switched the look of the GUI from KDE to Gnome style).

mkvtoolnix: this is the standard tool to manipulate MKV video files. You can use it to remux almost any video file type to MKV.

All the above tools are in my 'release' repo (see link below).

If you try any of my packages please provide feedback, even if it's just to say they work fine. smile.gif
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QUOTE (tux99 @ Jul 1 2011, 06:12 AM)
k9copy: another excellent DVD backup program
most useful to make a backup to VIDEO_TS folder on hard disk, it allows you to just select the main movie or to back up the full DVD with menus and extras.
I wouldn't use k9copy for transcoding to MP4, for that handbrake is better.
k9copy is a KDE program but it runs fine with Gnome too (it has a menu option that switched the look of the GUI from KDE to Gnome style).

Good work, k9copy is a good piece of software.

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QUOTE (tux99 @ Jul 1 2011, 06:12 AM)

handbrake: an excellent DVD to MP4/MKV/H.264 transcoder
This program allows you to back up and compress a DVD to a file of 2GB size that looks as good as the original. It's basically a GUI for x264 (the best h.264 video encoder, used even by the pros) and ffmpeg.

Please note that I do not recommend mixing audio video codec libraries from other repos with my packages, as audio video codec package functionality differs widely between repos, many repos have libraries with restricted functionality.

All my packages only depend on other packages in my repo and on the official SL repo packages.
No packages from other third party repos are required to use any of my packages.

Please read the README_FIRST file in my repo before downloading any packages and make sure you understand the legal disclaimer.


Many thanks for your time and effort, tux99. I have been thrilled with Handbrake and it was one of the first things I insatlled on SL6. However it is the prevoius version 0.94, which works perfectly but misses a few features of 0.95 eg. being able to rip parts of a DVD instead of the entire DVD.
Your package requires gstreamer-plugins-bad.
I have got gstreamer-plugins-bad-free (from sl repo) currently installed.
I don't see a gstreamer-plugins-bad package from sl, only from rpmforge which I have installed alongside the bad-free version. There were no conflicts.
By doing that I would of course be going against your above advice seeing the 'bad' package is from a third party repo.
Anyway I have downloaded your 0.95 package and will try it out soon. Thanks again.

Edit:-

Perfect ! Did a rip using seconds from/to, Everything fine so far incl. preview. See sshot.

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 Posted: Jul 1 2011, 03:30 PM
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QUOTE (U308 @ Jul 1 2011, 12:42 PM)
Many thanks for your time and effort, tux99.
You are welcome, but since I do these packages for my own use, there isn't much to thank me for. smile.gif
QUOTE (U308 @ Jul 1 2011, 12:42 PM)
Your package requires gstreamer-plugins-bad.
I have got gstreamer-plugins-bad-free (from sl repo) currently installed.
I don't see a gstreamer-plugins-bad package from sl, only from rpmforge which I have installed alongside the bad-free version. There were no conflicts.
By doing that I would of course be going against your above advice seeing the 'bad' package is from a third party repo.
gstreamer-plugins-bad is currently in my 'testing' repo (I'll move it to the 'release' repo soon, since I think I have tested it enough to be confident that it works).

Since handbrake only uses gstreamer for the previews it's probably not a serious issue if you use gstreamer-plugins-bad from another repo, worst case the previews won't work, but the transcoding should still work regardless.

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 Posted: Jul 2 2011, 01:57 PM
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Just thought I'd mention that VLC is another good option to rip DVD's to mp4, then use DeVeDe to make an iso and then burn to DVD with, in my case K3b. Very easy indeed. smile.gif
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