Lire une video dans une console Linux

mplayer -vo caca foo.avi
Permet de lire une video dans une console, meme sans interface graphique. Interet limite, mais a connaitre au cas ou.

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By: farwarx
2009-05-25 09:29:24

What Others Think

Please do not write in any other language than english. It makes for an uneducated impression.
unixmonkey3808 · 494 weeks and 2 days ago
How exactly could writing in french be considered uneducated?
thundernode · 494 weeks and 2 days ago
I'm not sure how either, but what's fairly certain is that this guy must know some English. Do man pages come in French? Probably actually, but it's pretty clear with just a cursory glance that this cite is intended for English speakers. English only here please! It'd be nice to place French contributions on an equivalent French cite. Perhaps you should set one up! :D
qubyte · 494 weeks and 1 day ago

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