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Hi all,

Well, theoretically I know the answer, I read quite a bit of text and
watched youtube videos. But I simply cannot make it work. I try it on
openSUSE with KDE (Plasma) and LO 5.2.3.3. I read somewhere that only
.ogg videos work - but not for me. I saw a tutorial where .avi also
worked. OK, it is a container format. When I insert a video file, it is
seemingly embedded, but when I try to play it, LO freezes.
Sound files work.

And one more thing: I tried to choose the insert reference option (or
something like that), but it does nothing. It would be comfortable and
acceptable if I could open videos in an external player

What could be wrong?

Help, please!

Albert


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Paul D. Mirowsky Paul D. Mirowsky
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Are you sure you have the right video CODEC installed.

I use Ubuntu, but you should try here:
https://software.opensuse.org/package/opensuse-codecs-installer?search_term=opensuse-codecs-installer


On 2/22/2017 2:49 PM, Albert, Oszkó wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> Well, theoretically I know the answer, I read quite a bit of text and
> watched youtube videos. But I simply cannot make it work. I try it on
> openSUSE with KDE (Plasma) and LO 5.2.3.3. I read somewhere that only
> .ogg videos work - but not for me. I saw a tutorial where .avi also
> worked. OK, it is a container format. When I insert a video file, it
> is seemingly embedded, but when I try to play it, LO freezes.
> Sound files work.
>
> And one more thing: I tried to choose the insert reference option (or
> something like that), but it does nothing. It would be comfortable and
> acceptable if I could open videos in an external player
>
> What could be wrong?
>
> Help, please!
>
> Albert
>
>


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Albert Oszkó Albert Oszkó
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2017-02-22 22:36 keltezéssel, Paul D. Mirowsky írta:

> Are you sure you have the right video CODEC installed.
>
> I use Ubuntu, but you should try here:
> https://software.opensuse.org/package/opensuse-codecs-installer?search_term=opensuse-codecs-installer
>
>
> On 2/22/2017 2:49 PM, Albert, Oszkó wrote:
>> Hi all,
>>
>> Well, theoretically I know the answer, I read quite a bit of text and
>> watched youtube videos. But I simply cannot make it work. I try it on
>> openSUSE with KDE (Plasma) and LO 5.2.3.3. I read somewhere that only
>> .ogg videos work - but not for me. I saw a tutorial where .avi also
>> worked. OK, it is a container format. When I insert a video file, it
>> is seemingly embedded, but when I try to play it, LO freezes.
>> Sound files work.
>>
>> And one more thing: I tried to choose the insert reference option (or
>> something like that), but it does nothing. It would be comfortable
>> and acceptable if I could open videos in an external player
>>
>> What could be wrong?
>>
>> Help, please!
>>
>> Albert
>>
>>
>
>
Thanks for the suggestion, but it does not work. In them meantime I
tried in Virtualbox Linux MInt: worked out of the box. Tried Ubuntu: did
not work first, but offered to install some more packages which then
drew in even more packages. But then worked. So I do not know what is
wrong with my installation.

Albert


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El 2017-02-25 10:21, Albert escribió:

> 2017-02-22 22:36 keltezéssel, Paul D. Mirowsky írta:
>> Are you sure you have the right video CODEC installed.
>>
>> I use Ubuntu, but you should try here:
>> https://software.opensuse.org/package/opensuse-codecs-installer?search_term=opensuse-codecs-installer
>>
>>
>> On 2/22/2017 2:49 PM, Albert, Oszkó wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>>
>>> Well, theoretically I know the answer, I read quite a bit of text and
>>> watched youtube videos. But I simply cannot make it work. I try it on
>>> openSUSE with KDE (Plasma) and LO 5.2.3.3. I read somewhere that only
>>> .ogg videos work - but not for me. I saw a tutorial where .avi also
>>> worked. OK, it is a container format. When I insert a video file, it
>>> is seemingly embedded, but when I try to play it, LO freezes.
>>> Sound files work.
>>>
>>> And one more thing: I tried to choose the insert reference option (or
>>> something like that), but it does nothing. It would be comfortable
>>> and acceptable if I could open videos in an external player
>>>
>>> What could be wrong?
>>>
>>> Help, please!
>>>
>>> Albert
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
> Thanks for the suggestion, but it does not work. In them meantime I
> tried in Virtualbox Linux MInt: worked out of the box. Tried Ubuntu:
> did not work first, but offered to install some more packages which
> then drew in even more packages. But then worked. So I do not know
> what is wrong with my installation.

Two questions:
Do you have packman repository enabled?
If yes, did you switch all multimedia related packages (mainly gstreamer
and ffmpeg) to packman?

Also, there are a couple of gstreamer packages with "orig-addon" in the
name that are only available from packman: install them too!

Regards,
Ricardo

>
> Albert

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