No suitable demuxer available.
jonorland at gmail.com
Sun Dec 21 09:38:53 UTC 2008
2008/12/21 Steven Vollom <stevenvollom at sbcglobal.net>:
>> Have you run the "file" command on the files on the CD? Do that and
>> perhaps it will tell you what kind of file/codec it is.
> I typed in file /dev/sdc1 and did not get anything. I don't seem to be able
> to figure out how to start using the terminal. I was told to type in kwin
> when the desktop did not function. I can't understand why typing in file and
> where I want it to look doesn't show the contents of the DVDROM.
The file command is used on a file not the DVD device that you tried.
In your case you have to mount the DVD (it is a data dvd?) and then
use file command on one of the files on the DVD, something like this
This is the output i get on a JPEG picture file:
$ file Angels\ Chill\ Trance\ Essentials\ B.jpg
Angels Chill Trance Essentials B.jpg: JPEG image data, JFIF standard 1.01
What programs have you tried to play the files with? I use Amarok for
the most of my sound files, it can handle most of them but if that
don't work i try it with VLC (Video Lan Client) which is a great
program that can play almost all sound and video formats that is
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