Easy way to install libdvdcss2 and w64codecs for Ubuntu 8.10 AMD-64 bit

As 32 bit system,you need to install some Window codecs to play rmvb & rm format video.For 32 bit system,It is easy to find w32codecs from internet to install,but for AMD-64 version system like Ubuntu 8.10 AMD-64,you might need to spend some time to look for 64 bit codecs-w64codecs. I have a easy way to install w62codecs and libdvdcss2 in 3 minutes as followings :)

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WinFF- a powerful video converter

You know,FFmpeg is a powerful video converter runs in command line,but not everyone like to convert video in command line,especially for those common user.now,I strongly recommend a powerful video converter - WinFF .

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Smplayer -let Mplayer be easier

008_softSmplayer is a complete front-end for Mplayer,it fully supports all Mplayer 's features, moreover,it offers more friendly interface and easy controlling.One of the most interesting features of SMPlayer: it remembers the settings of all files you play, so if you have to close the Smplayer while you are watching  movie,you can go on watching the movie from the same point next time, and with the same settings: audio track, subtitles, volume...

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How to install Fedora 9 audio and video decodes

tipsFedora 9 audio player solutions:
# yum install rhythmbox gstreamer-plugins-ugly gstreamer-plugins-bad gstreamer-ffmpeg
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OGMrip-a DVD ripping and encoding tool

OGMRip is an application and a set of libraries for ripping and encoding DVD into AVI, OGM, MP4, or Matroska files using a wide variety of codecs. It relies on mplayer, mencoder, ogmtools, mkvtoolnix, oggenc, lame, and faac to perform its tasks.It has feature below:

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