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= Installing Multimedia Codecs With Codec Buddy (Codeina) =
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=Codeina ==
  
Codeina informs the user about the value of open formats and can optionally function as a codec installer for gstreamer applications such as Totem that currently installs [http://www.fluendo.com/ Fluendo]  codecs. It's also known as CodecBuddy.
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Fedora in the past included a application called Codeina to help install additional multimedia codecs. Recent versions have replaced this with PackageKit gstreamer pluginThis plugin is available by default and can search through any enabled software repository for additional multimedia codecs and install them on demand.
 
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Here is a basic step of installing MP3 plugin for Totem step-by-step for an end user:
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== Step 1 ==
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When you try to play MP3 music with Totem in Fedora 8, you'll see following message.
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[[Image:Multimedia_Codeina_codeina-01.png]]
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== Step 2 ==
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If you click on the link ''About Proprietary and Free Formats'', you will be taken to the CodecBuddy page. If you press the ''See available options'' button, it will take you to following Codec Installer window.
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[[Image:Multimedia_Codeina_codeina-02.png]]
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== Step 3 ==
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When you select "Fluendo MP3 Audio Decoder", it will display following End-User License Agreement window.
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[[Image:Multimedia_Codeina_codeina-03.png]]
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== Step 4 ==
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Once you accept the agreement, it will install the selected plugin and you should be able to play MP3 music.
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[[Image:Multimedia_Codeina_codeina-04.png]]
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== References ==
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* [[Image:Multimedia_Codeina_codeina-00.png]] About Codeina]
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* http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Multimedia/MP3
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* http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Multimedia/fluendo-mp3
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* https://core.fluendo.com/gstreamer/trac/browser/codeina
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* http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/FeatureCodecBuddy
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[[Category:Multimedia]]
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Latest revision as of 18:52, 16 June 2010

[edit] Codeina

Fedora in the past included a application called Codeina to help install additional multimedia codecs. Recent versions have replaced this with PackageKit gstreamer plugin. This plugin is available by default and can search through any enabled software repository for additional multimedia codecs and install them on demand.