Seems like I need "fluidsynth" plugin with gstreamer to play MIDI files in Totem/Videos. But I have gstreamer-plugins-bad package installed and latest version, but fluidsynth doesn't seem to be included. Totem says "the following plugins is required: audio/x-midi-event decoder".
Any tips on how to acquire fluidsynth? Thank you.
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Last edited by odysseus on 2017/06/19 08:48:20, edited 1 time in total.
I saw this as a bug in Fedora 20, but I think this should be fixed that the fluidsynth is now included in gstreamer-plugins-bad but maybe this is not updated on CentOS 7.
I believe what I'm looking for is libgstfluidsynth.so but there is no package for CentOS.
Still can't find fluidsynth, so I get by with Timidity++ to play MIDI files.