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ZinCh
post Sep 18 2008, 19:26
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Gerry Carr has announced on the Canonical Blog that Fluendo and CyberLink will now be selling their multimedia wares through the Canonical Store. Fluendo is the company supporting the development of GStreamer and they sell several proprietary codecs for providing a legal media playback experience on Linux. Among these codecs are Windows Media, MPEG2, and MPEG4. CyberLink on the other hand is selling their PowerDVD software for Ubuntu.

Fluendo's Windows Media and MP3 codecs for GStreamer can be purchased for about $25 USD to enable legal Windows Media Audio, Windows Media Video, Windows Media MMS, Windows Media ASF Demuxer, and MP3 Audio decoding. Their complete codec pack, which adds MPEG2, MPEG4 Part 2, H.264/AVC, MPEG2 Program Stream and Transport Stream, AAC, and MPEG4 ISO costs about $40 USD.

CyberLink's PowerDVD for Linux enables the legal video playback of commercial DVD movies. The Linux version of PowerDVD also has Dolby Digital Audio support as well as for remote controls. This proprietary software will set you back $50 USD as a digital download through the Canonical Shop.

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smok3
post Sep 11 2012, 18:05
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What cool linux apps are actually using gstreamer today?


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post Sep 11 2012, 23:44
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QUOTE (smok3 @ Sep 11 2012, 19:05) *
What cool linux apps are actually using gstreamer today?

the default media players in recent ubuntu desktops (rhythmbox for audio and totem for video) use gstreamer. i'd only consider rhythmbox cool, though, totem not so much wink.gif
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