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You probably have some music/video players installed. if not choose one for your desktop env (gnome/kde/...?) - on KDE I'm using amarok for music and VLC for video. You also need to add rpmfusion repositories (if not yet done) to get additional codecs and tools such as vlc:

  $ yum install --nogpgcheck 
  $ yum install --nogpgcheck

then install stuff , for example :

  $ yum install vlc

Note: if you need mp3 support, or other non free codec, take a look at this post