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Re: [vox-tech] Players on Linux
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Re: [vox-tech] Players on Linux

I *think* xmms can do streaming and read the media files for stream
reading often served by some sites. Mp3.com even offered a setup for
making xmms work with your web browser in linux, and the setup often works
on other sites that serve ausio content in formats recognized and set to
use xmms.

as for mp3 players, I like console based mp3blaster, but it is not quite a
web client app as the work for start/stop/control was not designed to work
so well.

Someone else was writing about mplayer for linux (may not be legal in US),
and then there is the impure crossover plugin for video and audio.



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karthikeyan.balasubramanian said:
> Oops sorry forgot to change the Subject.
> Hi,
>   Can we have mp3 and other format players on Linux.  Generally the
> thing
> which we would like to achieve is something like
> VH1.com wherein it checks for the availability of players on
> Users(Linux) System and would start playing.
>   How do i achive this.
>   Have a great day.
> karthikeyan.
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