Hello, I searched the topics for Veoh, and found only one entry. It wasn't quite the answer to this question. Has anyone found a way, in PCLinuxOS, to watch a Veoh film? I rather not add Wine, or a virtual setup to run a windows environment. Just watch to catch a few shows that are Veoh?
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I just went to the site with Firefox, clicked on a Star Trek episode, and it's playing, in either the small window or full screen. I would assume it's using the mplayer plugin. I didn't do anything special. The link below is what's currently playing.
When I right click on the screen, one of the options shown is About Flashplayer 10, so I guess that's what's being used.
I was going through blinkx.com and the show is 41 minutes, and it only gives me a 5 minute preview. Link is below.http://www.blinkx.com/watch-video/earth-final-conflict-old-flame/jtKtdAJmuJww134niFLC0w
They want me to install the Veoh Web Player, and, of course, it's a Mac or Window application. So, that's a no-go. I'm using firefox, not opera, since Texstar mentioned that the repositories are on KDE 4, I assume as a KDE 3.5 user (install reads 2010, as I updated until last week) I cannot download opera to try it out as mentioned.
Hmm, perhaps Veoh, just doesn't like me, or like me going thru blinkx.
I tried opening veoh.com straight without going through blinkx.com and found a "Earth Final Conflict" show, link is.
And, Veoh still shows 5 minute perview, and suggests I download their window/or/mac application. Darn.
Thanks for the replies from everyone!