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Re: [opensuse-factory] RE: [Bug 847971] Chromium from openSUSE has MP3/MP4 support
Am 27.11.2013 14:38, schrieb Raymond Wooninck:
Which wouldn't help much as indicated. Deleting the ffmpegsumo library now
from the chromium renders the browser completely useless unless you have
Flash installed. Without Flash support, every video from youtube is
that you would need Adobe Flash or a HTML5 supporting browser. Restoring the
ffmpegsumo, allows chromium to play the HTML5 content from youtube. I have
ffmpeg, libavcodec, etc installed from Packman, so Chromium should fall back
as you indicated. My feeling is however that Chromium has to be build with
the system ffmpeg libraries in order to provide this fall back, which brings
us to the point if OBS will ever have a ffmpeg library that is sufficient to
get packages compiled.

GStreamer is designed the way that you don't care in your software which decoder
sinks are available during runtime. You always use the GStreamer API.

That's why Firefox just works for MP3 and H264 once the corresponding gstreamer
modules are installed on a system.


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