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My thanks to everyone on list and off. Let me ask this question with a slight variation...as a task. I am a media professional who does a great deal of research.There are times when I am working on something and as I work find video files of things I would like to review on the spot.
audio files too, but one task at a time.I am going to ask this from a strict debian standpoint. For example I normally use ssh telnet to go to shellworld and do things using lynx, links, or e-links, there in my DOS structure, but we are going to ask this totally from debian.
so... I am researching something, using google.1, I am using which browser for greatest access in debian? to get to google in the first place. 2, once I am there and have entered my search term, say finding a link on the cbs news site. can I simply choose the link and play the video enabling me to go to the next one if there is a series?
This is different than sayTELNETTing to shellworld using movgrab to get a link I already have, downloading the file in question, and playing it. My task would have me actually playing the research material as I go if that makes sense, video or audio. I am of a mind? that I cannot play links from a shell service anyway. I may be wrong here, but that is another reasons why I might wish to use a direct browser from my computer for the work.
thoughts? If I am not being clear enough, let me know. Frankly I want a debian tutor here in town lol. Karen On Tue, 15 May 2012, Geoff Shang wrote:
Hi, I usually find that either mplayer or vlc wil do it for me. Cheers, Geoff. _______________________________________________ Blinux-list mailing list Blinux-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/blinux-list
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