nautilus audio/video properties missing tutorial


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nautilus audio/video properties missing tutorial

Since it was a royal pain for me to figure out how to show nautilus audio/video properties I would share this with other people.

I KNOW this package does the trick.

Code:
totem-nautilus

This package MAY do the trick. I was reading this.

gnome-mplayer-nautilus-1.0.3-1.fc15.x86_64.rpm - Fedora 15 - Download

Code:
gnome-mplayer-nautilus

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totem-video-thumbnailer(1)												totem-video-thumbnailer(1)

NAME
totem-video-thumbnailer - video thumbnailer for the GNOME desktop SYNOPSYS
totem-video-thumbnailer [-j|--jpeg] [-l|--no-limit] [-g num|--gallery num] [-s size] input output [backend options] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the totem-video-thumbnailer command. This manual page was written for the Debian Project because the original program does not have a manual page. totem-video-thumbnailer is used internally by GNOME applications such as nautilus to generate PNG thumbnails of video files. While it is possible to invoke it manually, it is usually done automatically by nautilus. ARGUMENTS
input The input filename. This can be in any format that totem can play. output The output filename, output in PNG format. backend options Options to be passed to the backend (i.e. gstreamer). OPTIONS
-j --jpeg Switch the output format to JPEG. The default is PNG. -g num --gallery num Output a gallery of the given number (0 is the default) of screenshots. -l --no-limit Don't limit the thumbnailing time to 30 seconds. For debugging purposes. -s size The size of the thumbnail. Example: "64x64". The default is "128x96". AUTHOR
totem-video-thumbnailer was written by Bastien Nocera <hadess@hadess.net>. This manual page was written by Zack Cerza <zcerza@coe.neu.edu> for the Debian Project (but may be used by others). SEE ALSO
totem, nautilus GNOME
2009-05-06 totem-video-thumbnailer(1)