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Old 2004-05-30, 15:40   Link #1
Tenaku
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.mkv extention problem

I just downloaded Yamibou with bittorent from animesuki.com but the videos are in .mkv extention. None of my players seem to be able to play them. Can anybody tell me what program I need to play this file extention?
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Old 2004-05-31, 08:53   Link #2
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VSFilter 2.33 - Required for ALL (OGM/MKV) softsubs
Matroska Splitter 1.0.2.3 - Required for MKV playback
OggDS 0.9.9.5 - Required for OGM playback
CoreVorbis 1.0b6 - Decoder for OGG audio in MKV files
CoreAAC 1.0b9 - Decoder for AAC Audio in MKV files


i think this question is more noticed when posted in the other section :P


and people should read this http://forums.animesuki.com/showthread.php?t=175
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Old 2004-05-31, 14:21   Link #3
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_Or_ just use MPlayer.
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It can handle mkv and ogm out of the box just fine. You might have to uncomment the line "# slang = eng" in "./mplayer/conf" or use "-slang eng" as a command line parameter.
Or just use VLC if you prefer a GUI...
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