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On 05/31/2012 09:01 AM, Rev. Nick Sharp wrote:
On 31 May 2012 09:52, Tom Davies <> wrote:
Hi :)
If either of you have time then either of these 2 links can help you do a quick search to see 
if there is an existing bug-report.
If there isn't one it would be great if you can continue following either of those guides to 
post a new bug-report.
Regards from
Tom :)

Thanks Tom - there is indeed a bug reported for this,

Reading the comments suggests that it is fixed in 3.5.4. I'm off to
download that now and find out.

And yes - has fixed the problem. I can now play videos again.
Good news - I need it for tomorrow morning!

Only if you are using an .avi, right? Have you tried with an mp4 or mov
on Windows (note: all work in linux w/gstreamer)?

I built a test .odp (Windows) with slides for each: .mp4, .mov, and .avi:

- .mp4 works
- .avi works
- . mov does not work (gives 'The format of the selected file is not
supported'. (I also tested with a prebuilt/working .odp where the .mov
did work (linux), so it's not the .mov).

I only _test_ LO in Windows, so it could be (most likely?) that I simply
haven't got the system configured the way LO likes it for .mov's.
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