[Matroska-users] mka in linux
flamingivanova at gmail.com
Thu Jan 13 03:25:39 CET 2005
I am planning to convert some of my cd's into mka containers. In windows I can
play these fine with foobar2000, but what is the status on playback in linux?
Last time I tried mplayer, the chapters did not work. Is there any other apps
that would be able to play matroska files?
I'm also looking into tta lossless compression - but I guess linux has even less
support for that :(
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