Getting your Red Hat Linux system set up for sound and video can take some doing, but once it's done you can play most audio and video content that is available today. This chapter took you through the steps of setting up and troubleshooting your sound card. When that was done, you learned how to find software to play music through that card.
Live video from TV cards and Webcams was discussed in the sections on Xawtv and GnomeMeeting, respectively. The xine player is described for playing a variety of video formats. To download images from a digital camera, the gtkam window was described. If your computer has a CD burner, use descriptions in this chapter to create your own music CDs and CD labels.