Translations by Joel Goguen

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There are numerous video capture and editing programs available for Ubuntu. Some of the most popular include <ulink url="apt:kino">Kino</ulink>, <ulink url="apt:kdenlive">Kdenlive</ulink>, and <ulink url="apt:pitivi">Pitivi</ulink>.
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There are numerous video capture and editing programs available for Ubuntu. Some of the most popular include <ulink url="apt:kino">Kino</ulink>, <ulink url="apt:kdenlive">Kdenlive</ulink>, and <ulink url="apt:pitivi">Pitivi</ulink>.
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Downloading music from the Internet without the permission of its copyright holder is considered illegal in many countries. You should check that you are within your rights to download a music file before saving it onto your computer.
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Downloading music from the Internet without the permission of its copyright holder is considered illegal in many countries. You should check that you are within your rights to download a music file before saving it onto your computer.
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If you have a portable music player which can also display photos and videos, you may prefer to use <ulink url="apt:banshee">Banshee</ulink>, which is a music player with good support for such devices. iPod owners may also like to try specialized applications such as <ulink url="apt:gpixpod">GPixPod</ulink> and <ulink url="apt:gtkpod">gtkpod</ulink> for handling multimedia.
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If you have a portable music player which can also display photos and videos, you may prefer to use <ulink url="apt:banshee">Banshee</ulink>, which is a music player with good support for such devices. iPod owners may also like to try specialized applications such as <ulink url="apt:gpixpod">GPixPod</ulink> and <ulink url="apt:gtkpod">gtkpod</ulink> for handling multimedia.
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You can watch movies and video clips with the <application>Totem Movie Player</application> (<menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Sound &amp; Video</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Movie Player</guimenuitem></menuchoice>).
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You can watch movies and video clips with the <application>Totem Movie Player</application> (<menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Sound &amp; Video</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Movie Player</guimenuitem></menuchoice>).
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In order to play DVDs you must install some additional software. Unfortunately, DVD support cannot be provided by default in Ubuntu due to legal restrictions in some countries.
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In order to play DVDs you must install some additional software. Unfortunately, DVD support cannot be provided by default in Ubuntu due to legal restrictions in some countries.
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Read about <ulink url="ghelp:add-applications#restricted-software"> restricted formats</ulink> before following the instructions below. There are some legal issues that you should be aware of.
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Read about <ulink url="ghelp:add-applications#restricted-software"> restricted formats</ulink> before following the instructions below. There are some legal issues that you should be aware of.
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Enter your password if prompted. The <application>libdvdcss2</application> package will be downloaded and installed from a website.
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Enter your password if prompted. The <application>libdvdcss2</application> package will be downloaded and installed from a website.
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Insert a DVD into your drive. It should open automatically in the Movie Player.
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Insert a DVD into your drive. It should open automatically in the Movie Player.
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How can I get my videos to play?
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How can I get my videos to play?
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Some video formats, such as Flash, QuickTime, and Windows Media Video, are proprietary and so support for them cannot be included in Ubuntu by default. You must install some extra software to allow playback.
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Some video formats, such as Flash, QuickTime, and Windows Media Video, are proprietary and so support for them cannot be included in Ubuntu by default. You must install some extra software to allow playback.
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Video files
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Video files
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(e.g. QuickTime, Windows Media)
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(e.g. QuickTime, Windows Media)
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If you try to play an unsupported video file, you will be asked if you would like to <guilabel>search for a suitable codec</guilabel>. Click <guibutton>Search</guibutton> and, when the <guilabel>Install multimedia codecs</guilabel> window appears, select one of the codecs displayed in the list and click <guibutton>Install</guibutton>.
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If you try to play an unsupported video file, you will be asked if you would like to <guilabel>search for a suitable codec</guilabel>. Click <guibutton>Search</guibutton> and, when the <guilabel>Install multimedia codecs</guilabel> window appears, select one of the codecs displayed in the list and click <guibutton>Install</guibutton>.
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If you are asked to <guilabel>confirm installation of restricted software</guilabel>, the codec required to play your video may have some <ulink url="ghelp:add-applications#restricted-software">legal restrictions</ulink> which you should be aware of. If you think that the restrictions do not apply to you, press <guibutton>Confirm</guibutton> to continue with the installation.
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If you are asked to <guilabel>confirm installation of restricted software</guilabel>, the codec required to play your video may have some <ulink url="ghelp:add-applications#restricted-software">legal restrictions</ulink> which you should be aware of. If you think that the restrictions do not apply to you, press <guibutton>Confirm</guibutton> to continue with the installation.
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Once installation is complete, the video should begin to play. If not, try closing and then re-opening the video.
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Once installation is complete, the video should begin to play. If not, try closing and then re-opening the video.
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Flash videos
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Flash videos
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(e.g. Youtube, iPlayer)
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(e.g. Youtube, iPlayer)
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You will be offered the choice of several players. The <guilabel>Adobe Flash Player</guilabel> is the official plugin, which should offer the best support for videos. Unfortunately, it is proprietary software and so cannot be supported directly by Ubuntu. The Swfdec and Gnash players are not proprietary and so are supported. You may also find them to be more stable (cause fewer problems) than the official player.
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You will be offered the choice of several players. The <guilabel>Adobe Flash Player</guilabel> is the official plugin, which should offer the best support for videos. Unfortunately, it is proprietary software and so cannot be supported directly by Ubuntu. The Swfdec and Gnash players are not proprietary and so are supported. You may also find them to be more stable (cause fewer problems) than the official player.
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Streaming video
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Streaming video
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(e.g. RealVideo)
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(e.g. RealVideo)
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The most reliable way of playing RealVideo-format videos is to install the official RealPlayer software. See <link linkend="video-realplayer"> Installing and configuring RealPlayer</link> for full instructions.
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The most reliable way of playing RealVideo-format videos is to install the official RealPlayer software. See <link linkend="video-realplayer"> Installing and configuring RealPlayer</link> for full instructions.
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Support for most other types of streaming video can be added by following the instructions for <link linkend="video-playback-file">video files</link> or <link linkend="video-playback-flash">Flash videos</link>. If you are having difficulties getting a video to stream in your web browser, right-click the video and select <guilabel>Open with "Movie Player"</guilabel> if that option is available.
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Support for most other types of streaming video can be added by following the instructions for <link linkend="video-playback-file">video files</link> or <link linkend="video-playback-flash">Flash videos</link>. If you are having difficulties getting a video to stream in your web browser, right-click the video and select <guilabel>Open with "Movie Player"</guilabel> if that option is available.
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Videos that are otherwise unsupported
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Videos that are otherwise unsupported
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If none of the other instructions in this section work with a particular video, try using a different media player. <ulink url="apt:vlc">VLC</ulink> and <ulink url="apt:mplayer">MPlayer</ulink> support a wide range of formats; it is recommended that you try one of these.
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If none of the other instructions in this section work with a particular video, try using a different media player. <ulink url="apt:vlc">VLC</ulink> and <ulink url="apt:mplayer">MPlayer</ulink> support a wide range of formats; it is recommended that you try one of these.
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Installing and configuring RealPlayer
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Installing and configuring RealPlayer
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RealPlayer is a proprietary application, and so is not installed in the usual way.
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RealPlayer is a proprietary application, and so is not installed in the usual way.
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Download a suitable Linux installer from the <ulink url="http://uk.real.com/player/select/"> RealPlayer website</ulink> and save it in your Home folder.
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Download a suitable Linux installer from the <ulink url="http://uk.real.com/player/select/">RealPlayer website</ulink> and save it in your Home folder.
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Open a Terminal (<menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Accessories</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Terminal</guimenuitem></menuchoice>) and type the following, pressing <keycap>Enter</keycap> at the end of each line and typing your password when prompted:
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Open a Terminal (<menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Accessories</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>Terminal</guimenuitem></menuchoice>) and type the following, pressing <keycap>Enter</keycap> at the end of each line and typing your password when prompted:
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sudo chmod a+x RealPlayer* sudo ./RealPlayer*
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sudo chmod a+x RealPlayer* sudo ./RealPlayer*
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You should see the text <guilabel>Extracting files for Helix installation</guilabel> on the screen if the installer has started properly. When asked a question by the installer, press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to accept the default.
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You should see the text <guilabel>Extracting files for Helix installation</guilabel> on the screen if the installer has started properly. When asked a question by the installer, press <keycap>Enter</keycap> to accept the default.
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When the installer has finished copying files, press <menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Sound &amp; Video</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>RealPlayer 11</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and follow the instructions on the screen to complete set-up.
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When the installer has finished copying files, press <menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Sound &amp; Video</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>RealPlayer 11</guimenuitem></menuchoice> and follow the instructions on the screen to complete set-up.
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For more in-depth instructions, see the <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RealPlayerInstallationMethods"> community help wiki</ulink>.
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For more in-depth instructions, see the <ulink url="https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RealPlayerInstallationMethods">community help wiki</ulink>.
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Recording and editing video
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Recording and editing video
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Photos and cameras
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Photos and cameras
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There are many tools available to help you to work with your digital photo collection.
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There are many tools available to help you to work with your digital photo collection.
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Ubuntu automatically detects most digital cameras when you plug them in, and will offer to import your photos automatically.
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Ubuntu automatically detects most digital cameras when you plug them in, and will offer to import your photos automatically.
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To import photos from your camera:
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To import photos from your camera:
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Plug-in and switch on the camera by placing it in review mode. Ubuntu should ask you if you would like to import the photos that the camera contains.
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Plug-in and switch on the camera by placing it in review mode. Ubuntu should ask you if you would like to import the photos that the camera contains.
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Click on <guibutton>Import</guibutton>. You should then see a preview of the photos.
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Click on <guibutton>Import</guibutton>. You should then see a preview of the photos.
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Choose a location to save your photos to, then click on <guibutton>Import</guibutton>. The photos will be saved to your hard drive.
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Choose a location to save your photos to, then click on <guibutton>Import</guibutton>. The photos will be saved to your hard drive.
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If Ubuntu does not ask you if it can import the photos:
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If Ubuntu does not ask you if it can import the photos:
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Organize your photo collection
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Organize your photo collection
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<application>F-Spot</application> provides a complete solution for managing your photo collection. To start it, choose <menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Graphics</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>F-Spot Photo Manager</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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<application>F-Spot</application> provides a complete solution for managing your photo collection. To start it, choose <menuchoice><guimenu>Applications</guimenu><guimenuitem>Graphics</guimenuitem><guimenuitem>F-Spot Photo Manager</guimenuitem></menuchoice>.
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With <application>F-Spot</application>, you can import photos from your digital camera or USB stick, tag them with familiar terms, do touch ups, and edit them in different ways. In addition to this, you can upload photos easily to your Flickr, PicasaWeb album and other online photo galleries.
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With <application>F-Spot</application>, you can import photos from your digital camera or USB stick, tag them with familiar terms, do touch ups, and edit them in different ways. In addition to this, you can upload photos easily to your Flickr, PicasaWeb album and other online photo galleries.
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For help with <application>F-Spot Photo Manager</application>, see the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:f-spot">F-Spot User Guide</ulink>.
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For help with <application>F-Spot Photo Manager</application>, see the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:f-spot">F-Spot User Guide</ulink>.
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Watch a slideshow of photos
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Watch a slideshow of photos
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If you want to show off your photos in all of their glory, why not run a slideshow of them?
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If you want to show off your photos in all of their glory, why not run a slideshow of them?
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Watch a slideshow using the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:eog#eog-fullscreen"> Image Viewer</ulink>
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Watch a slideshow using the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:eog#eog-fullscreen"> Image Viewer</ulink>
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Watch a slideshow using the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:f-spot#enjoying-fullscreen-mode-and-slideshows"> F-Spot Photo Manager</ulink>
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Watch a slideshow using the <ulink type="help" url="ghelp:f-spot#enjoying-fullscreen-mode-and-slideshows"> F-Spot Photo Manager</ulink>