This week’s TechMail is Set up RPM Fusion with Fedora to shore up multimedia support which looks at adding extra multimedia codecs to work with Fedora that don’t come “in the box”; things like MP3 support or watching protected DVDs on your system, or watching/listening to files with proprietary interfaces, patent issues, and so forth. Some people can get by without the need for this stuff (like myself… well, for DVDs anyways), but others really need this kind of support. So having it available externally is a good things for those who need it without “tainting” Fedora itself (which is also a good thing).

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