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I solved the problem though I don't understand why. I deleted the ffmpeg folder, then recompiled mplayer. The error never showed up afterwards. I think it's because that I had compiled ffmped myself with the option Arch_x86_64(my ubuntu system is 64-bit) before I installed mplayer. The default is arch_x86_32. Guess I should just leave it to the mplayer to ...


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Have you tried to follow these instructions from the Videolan documentation (scroll down to the Video on demand section)? It would be useful if you provide a test rtsp url that you want to stream. Edit: the instructions from the above link are: First launch the vlc: vlc --ttl 12 -vvv --color -I telnet --telnet-password videolan --rtsp-host ...


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You may give a try to mplayer. sudo apt-get install mplayer Pass the rtsp:// URL to mplayer on its command line. There are servers out there that serve files containing a rtsp:// URL over HTTP, but then serve content in the MMS protocol. This is for compatibility with some older Microsoft players (my memory is hazy over the details), but it breaks ...


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If you want to build mplayer from source, I would install all its build dependencies: sudo apt-get build-dep mplayer


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The actual error is: /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lasound I think you need to install libasound2-dev: sudo apt-get install libasound2-dev


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MPlayer cannot open ISO files (which are image files of a physical media). What you need to do, is mount the .iso file on your system, so the "drive" becomes avaiable. You can mount the file by right clicking on it choose "Open With" -> "Diskmounting Tool" (or something like that, I don't run an english version, so can't tell you for certain). This should ...


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Simple guide to solve this annoying problem :) Create file: /etc/profile.d/Tearing.sh Insert this code: export __GL_YIELD="USLEEP" Then make it executable with: chmod +x /etc/profile.d/Tearing.sh Once that's done, reboot. The GL_YIELD worked for me, and now vertical sync appears to be working as it should. ...


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You can try to install the restricted extras. This gives you the ability to play any non free media formats, dvd, mp3, ... sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras


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The source of problem was (of cause) faulty nvidia drivers. The solution is simple. Add environmental variables export __GL_YIELD="USLEEP" export __GL_THREADED_OPTIMIZATIONS=1 somewhere before X starts. System-wide /etc/profile/ works fine.



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