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Browser support

The latest versions of Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera are able to play sound files and videos without any additional codecs or software.


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Most Linux distributions have something included that will play Ogg Theora - check for any of the above applications.

Download video codec

Now you may have to download the Ogg Theora codec for videos. However, as most modern distributions and media-players have the Ogg Vorbis codec pre-installed, you may not have to download this.

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If it is not you can download the Ogg Theora codec here. Download the file of your choice and install it with your package manager.

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