CHAPTER 18Digital Music

Today's PC is a multimedia powerhouse, and it's hard to come across a home computer that doesn't have at least a set of speakers attached. Some people take this to extremes and have surround-sound speakers on their computers, as well as large monitors for crystal-clear video playback.

The people behind Fedora aren't blind to this and include not only an audio player, but also a video player with the distribution. In this chapter, you'll learn how to listen to MP3s, CDs, and Internet radio on your Fedora system. In the next chapter, you'll learn how to manage video playback.

Understanding the Legalities of Playback

As you might have read in the press, multimedia playback on computer devices, and Linux in particular, is ...

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