I have a Canon S230 digital camera that can record short 15fps video clips. The video is encoded with MJPEG and the audio is (I believe) raw.
I would like to be able to play the clips on my C760 without having to reencode them. So far I have tried both mplayer (0.9 and the ATI w100-enhanced 1.0 version) and vlc, though neither have done the trick. In the case of mplayer, if I have sound turned on, I get perfect sound but only one frozen frame of video; if I turn sound off, I get perfect video. With VLC, I get sound and a few frames of video. I haven't really messed with the command line settings, as I'm not sure what settings to change. Note that I also tried using mplayer with Kino2, and adjusting the settings from the GUI... no difference.
So far the only player I have found that advertises MJPEG support is tkcVideo, but there is no demo version available, and I don't want to shell out $20 to find out it doesn't work.
Does anyone have a solution / any suggestions?