#673 Drop RPM Fusion references in multimedia pages
Merged 4 months ago by pboy. Opened 4 months ago by ngompa.
fedora-docs/ ngompa/quick-docs drop-rpmfusion-multimedia-refs  into  main

@@ -9,15 +9,6 @@ 

  //:imagesdir: ./images

  

  

- include::{partialsdir}/3rdparty-message.adoc[]

- 

- 

- == Prerequisites

- 

- * VLC is provided by the RPMFusion repositories.  xref:rpmfusion-setup.adoc[Use these instructions to enable them].

- 

- 

- 

  == Installing VLC

  

  

@@ -9,20 +9,12 @@ 

  [abstract]

  As a Fedora user and system administrator, you can use these steps to install additional multimedia plugins that enable you to play various video and audio types.

  

- WARNING: If you live in a country where software patents apply, such as in the United States or in Japan, you need to obtain multimedia codecs from a source that legally distributes patented software in your country. For example, see the Fluendo Codec Pack: link:https://fluendo.com/en/products/enterprise/fluendo-codec-pack/[].

- 

- 

- == Prerequisites

- 

- * xref:rpmfusion-setup.adoc[Enable the RPMFusion repositories].

- 

- 

  == Procedure

  

  * Use the `dnf` utility to install packages that provide multimedia libraries:

  +

  ----

- sudo dnf install gstreamer1-plugins-{bad-\*,good-\*,base} gstreamer1-plugin-openh264 gstreamer1-libav --exclude=gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free-devel

+ sudo dnf install gstreamer1-plugins-{bad-\*,good-\*,base} gstreamer1-plugin-openh264 gstreamer1-plugin-libav --exclude=gstreamer1-plugins-bad-free-devel

  

  sudo dnf install lame\* --exclude=lame-devel 

  
@@ -32,8 +24,8 @@ 

  == Related information

  

  * There are also media players that include all relevant codecs by themselves. Consider using one of the following for offline video viewing:

- ** VLC, available from the `vlc` package in RPM Fusion Free

- ** MPV, available from the `mpv` package in RPM Fusion Free

+ ** VLC, available from the `vlc` package

+ ** MPV, available from the `mpv` package

  

  

  

VLC is now included in Fedora (F39, F38, EPEL9). Additionally, MPV has been in Fedora for over a year now, as well as the ffmpeg/libav gstreamer plugin package.

This pull request updates the quick docs to indicate these are now first-party packages.

Pull-Request has been merged by pboy

4 months ago

Merged. Thanks for contributing!