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Last change on this file since 8bd337c was 8bd337c, checked in by Igor Živković <igor@…>, 19 years ago

moved xine-lib to the multimedia libraries chapter

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1<chapter id="multimedia-videoutils">
2<?dbhtml filename="videoutils.html" dir="multimedia"?>
3<title>Video utilities</title>
4
5<para>This chapter always seems to be the favorite chapter. It's
6probably because there is a lot of satisfaction in playing your first
7video when you have spent so much time getting to that point. All the
8libraries, all the configurations and your reward is that you get to
9watch a movie. Not to worry though, there is always one more
10<acronym>CODEC</acronym> to install.</para>
11
12<!-- &opendivx; -->
13&ffmpeg;
14&avifile;
15&mplayer;
16&xine-ui;
17&transcode;
18
19</chapter>
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