Erik Gustafson writes:
> Have you tried the ports multimedia/mplayer or multimedia/vlc? I
> can't live without mplayer on my desktop and it usually "just
> works" on everything i try to play.
I use mplayer too, but (as far as I know) the list of supported
codecs hasn't changed in several years. That's mostly not a
problem, but there are certain file types (.wmvs I have been told
are handled correctly by Windows Media Player 10/11; this may be a
DRM thing) that completely do not play.
> If you want a fancy GUI, search in ports/multimedia for mplayer
> and you will find kde-mplayer, gnome-mplayer and friends.
Mplayer has a gui (gmplayer) but it's pretty minimal.
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