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    Hi everibody,

    is the file Trolltech.conf automatically created or manually updated??
    I'm studying two QT application (1° and 2°)
    You can read my previous message in order to know what the application target is. We're talking about a video stream player.

    The 1° application has only one QFrame, is a video stream player (see my previous message). This application hasn't no reference to Trolltech.conf file.
    The 2° application has many frame Qt and it has the reference to Trolltech.conf file. When I run video streaming, the application alert a codec error:
    "[#########] main decoder error: no suitable decoder module for fourcc `h264'.
    VLC probably does not support this sound or video format."

    or similar errore message, depending on video's format.

    May it depend by Trolltech.conf file??

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    Default Re: File Trolltech.conf

    No, Trolltech.conf has nothing to do with it.
    Your biological and technological distinctiveness will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.

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