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Guys,

I got a private message from Canada, that our
installation videos do not work.
It might happen, that they do not play correctly
with some codec sets. Please, could anyone
try them and let me know?

Thanks in advance.
I've just tried one with the standard vlc player. I only had to rename them because it didn't like the () symbols.
And with not trouble at all.
I guess it would be nice if he/she told what kind of player/distro is in use.
Only the message 'the videos doesn't work' is rather vague.
(03-18-2012 12:04 PM)nl2stk Wrote: [ -> ]I've just tried one with the standard vlc player. I only had to rename them because it didn't like the () symbols.
And with not trouble at all.
I guess it would be nice if he/she told what kind of player/distro is in use.
Only the message 'the videos doesn't work' is rather vague.

Actually he gave me a better explanation Big Grin

> > I downloaded your video on setting up GUI but what I saw reminded me of
> > the opening screen of StarWars ,"In a galaxy far far away..." The
> > pictures were slanting off on the screen and unreadable

... so I guess it's a codec/filter/player related issue.
Hehehe, Tavvva is in fact George Lucas (mystery solved) Tongue
It sounds like a codec issue indeed.
I can look with it with other distros but that wouldn't be a help either as long as I don't know what he is using.
(03-18-2012 01:00 PM)nl2stk Wrote: [ -> ]Hehehe, Tavvva is in fact George Lucas (mystery solved) Tongue
It sounds like a codec issue indeed.
I can look with it with other distros but that wouldn't be a help either as long as I don't know what he is using.

He describes himself as a Linux newbie, therefore I expect he uses windows :|
(03-18-2012 07:35 PM)tavvva Wrote: [ -> ]He describes himself as a Linux newbie, therefore I expect he uses windows :|

In that case it's very wise to install VLC for windows. In my opinion it's a better player than the *standard* mediaplayer.
yup :] it is ...
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