I’ve recently come across an issue with the Totem application (now “Videos” in GNOME) that it won’t play most of my videos, saying “Could not initialize supporting library”. I’m assuming this is because I don’t have the necessary codec packages to read it (assuming). Ubuntu has a single package called “Ubuntu-restricted-extras” that has all of the proprietary multimedia packages and codecs one would need to play audio and video files with proprietary codecs.
Does Antergos/Arch have anything similar? I’d prefer not to search and experiment with finding the right, necessary packages for this.
Thanks in advance!