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Old 15th March 2007, 03:57 PM
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What would cause mplayer and xine to stop working?

I installed the binary codecs per the instructions on stanton-finley's writeup and this worked fine for several months. I recently updated my system `yum update` as well as installed vlc, and now neither xine or mplayer work anymore. Suggestions anyone?
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Old 15th March 2007, 05:40 PM
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It's weird... The audio works fine but the video doesn't show up unless I use the x11 driver in mplayer. I can't get the video to play in xine. My machine is a laptop, and when I'm not connected to an external monitor (using the laptop display) both players work perfectly fine. I'm able to resize the video, play at fullscreen; anything I want. Once the laptop is connected to the monitor and I run my resolution at 1600x1200 vs 1024x768 of the native display, both players stop working as they should. Any thoughts?
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