General :: How To Install DVD Creator Devede 3.16.8-0
May 6, 2010
I am new to Ubuntu 9.10.But after reading some tips I was able to install vlc player,handbrake,a free DVD ripper.Now I downloaded a DVD creating tool by nameDEVEDE (devede_3.16.8-0~rastersoft1_all.deb). But it is asking mencoder which I could not install even after installing many uniuversal and multiverse codecs related to mencoder and mplayer.
Therefore I request you to kindly tell me how to install first mpalayer and mencoder also tell me source installing(normally a deb) packages of mencoder and mplayer. Please give me details for offline installation only. Finally tell me how to install DVD creator DEVEDE i.e devede_3.16.8-0~rastersoft1_all.deb.
I'm a Kindle DX owner and I normally download some free PDFs from the internet, but I prefer to read then using the PRC format. As I'm a Linux user, I can't use Mobipocket Creator, then I want to ask for a alternative.
Ubuntu have a great tool (the best) Startup Disk Creator help we make a live USB for Ubuntu!My question is: can I use it for an windows.iso!? Can I use this to make an USB to Install window!?After that i will bring my two USB around, see my friend and say:"Hey, do you want a fress install Window (they will lost there license) and after that - Sr, but why dont try Ubuntu!)
I just tried UB10's Startup Disk Creator under Admin drop down to install Ultimate Edition 26 and it worked like a charm. Now I have this distro. on a USB stick and can install it for friends rather than via disk. Also helpful for those with netbooks who do not have a CD/DVD reader. It was surprisingly painless and very fast
I am having trouble trying to figure out how to switch over to Ubuntu. I have downloaded the OS to my computer but can't figure out how to put it on my USB flashdrive as directed. It shows how use your USB flashdrive using Windows, Mac and Ubuntu but when I read the instructions for Ubuntu, opensuse does not have the program Startup Disk Creator.
Suddenly, and without any warning at all, Devede will not create an iso. I have the option checked for that to happen, but when I peek inside the folder, there's just compatible mpgs. I tried selecting "only covert film filesto compliant MPEG files," to see if the buttons were somehow reversed, but to no avail. I've searched this forum and Google for someone with the same problem; no luck. I've also updated to make sure I'm running the most recent stable version.
I'm using 9.10 and GNOME 2.28.1, with Intel T8100 2.10 GHz dual core processor and 3.5 Gb RAM. Dunno how much of that information is necessary...
I am using 10.04.I have used Devede for a year or more and it has worked great untill a couple of weeks ago. When I go on the menu and select it the menu goes away and nothing happens. When I run it fron the terminal I get;
(process:751): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library. Using the fallback 'C' locale. DeVeDe 3.16.9[code].....
I've been having issues with Devede on my desktop although I used to use it on my laptop back in the day. I click videocd and under advanced options select ISO but can only get the output of a new .mpg. I've also tried to create disc structure but had the same result. I've uninstalled and reinstalled via the software center and still nothing has changed. Currently I'm having to use wine to run ConvertXtoDVD and then burn with K9Copy.
Used DeVeDe to take a Avi that was 700mb which is now a 2gb iso file which will open fine with VLC player with the custom menu I made and the movie plays fine but K3b will not burn the to the media and I tried several blank disk of the same media now and no luck. I don't have any other media to try but this same media worked fine with K3b before and recent so I don't know but I never tried it using it like this before meaning with DeVeDe.
I have been having a frustrating issue with Ubuntu 9.04 on both my laptop and desktop machines for several days now. An Icon shows in the panel telling me there was a problem with updating. Attempts to update hangs on waiting for headers @ 99% but ultimately times out. I have not been able to update successfully for some time. Add to this the fact that DeVeDe will not respond. Trying to run DeVeDe from the Applications menu does nothing, running the program from the command line does nothing. Attempts to uninstall return this warning:
dpkg: error while cleaning up: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1 Errors were encountered while processing: devede
Attempts to start Synaptic return this:
E: The package devede needs to be reinstalled, but I can't find an archive for it. E: Internal error opening cache (1). Please report.
Getting a little tired of applications working one day but not the next....this morning it's devede. Firstly it somehow VANISHED from the system...all on it's own. Then when I reinstalled it, it spits this guff out...........
yesterday it was mplayer...I watched a view videos...and then it just started segfaulting on every video including the ones it just played. As such as well as any advice re: devede I would like to hear how to turn all ubuntu's sneaky background crap off so it acts like linux and not windows.
I recorded audio and video (singing and playing guitar) with Cheese and Ubuntu Karmic 9.1. The video (and audio) came out pretty well (except for the typical cheese delay), but I want to upload to ...... How can I convert the ogv to something for .....? Devede doesn't do it for me, and I've tried every method out there. What do I need to do - Convert it to ogg, and then use ffmpeg? How ridiculous that I can't upload an ogv file to ......
I created a Video DVD using DeVeDe 3.16.8. I selected some .mkv files, created menus and the program created .iso files which I burned using the Burn Image selection in Brasero 2.30.2. The resultant DVD worked perfectly in my PC under Ubuntu as well as Windows XP. However, when I pop the disc in my standalone DVD player connected to my TV, the player gives a "NO DISC" error - no joy.
I'm about to attempt to upgrade gtk+2 from the current 2.14 to 2.16 to fulfill a requirement for devede, I'm planning on using the slackbuild from slackware/l/gtk+2 and just editing the version. I think this approach will work but I was hoping to get some feedback (and any warnings or advice) before I dive in - obviously I will back up before hand.
I just downloaded OpenSuse 11.1 64 bit live cd from it's official site.I have live usb creater in my xp box , with the help of which I successfully created live USB for fedora 11 earlier. Now the problem is whenever I try to create live usb using Opensuse live ISO image after extracting all files to usb , it gets failed.The same thing is happening with OpenSolaris 11 live cd iso image. Does this mean that live usb creater I have, was only foe Fedora distros?
I get an error when trying to convert a .avi file to a .iso file using Devede. If I leave the "Create a menu with the titles" option as is I get no error. But I don't want any slideshow so I untick that option. I then get this error when the process is almost done; Failed to create the DVD tree Maybe you ran out of disk space I do have enough disk space so that can't be the problem. Anyone know what to do about this problem?
This was a bizarre problem with my systems bios confusing my usb wireless adapter and hard drive with one another! The solution was to unplug the adapter and reboot. I have been running a dual boot system with xp pro on one hard drive and Ubuntu 9.10 on a second hard drive, both are sata drives. I have been using this system for a few months and have been happy with it. A few days ago I decided to try to put Ubuntu 9.10 on a bootable usb, I followed the directions from help, but when I restarted my computer I could not boot from the usb device or boot from grub2. I read the grub2 documentation and tried all 3 methods of reinstalling grub from the live cd with no success. I then decided to install Lucid beta1 to a small partition on the second hard drive, when I rebooted I had grub 1.98 which recognized all three operating systems. This worked for a couple of days then again I got the error saying that the disk does not exist. I tried reinstalling grub using different methods, I even tried to use the fixmbr command on the xp disk, still no luck, now all I can do is use the live cd.
This utility doesn't work it won't format and won't boot the one time I got it working. Now it has broken my usb flash drive as gparted won't format it to anything . I tried the alternate unetbootin program and now it won't see the flash drive because the startup program trashed it. I still think the external usb devices is the most frustrating part of ubuntu and needs serious fixing. My new netbook install won't see any of my external drives.