I would like to remove the audio tracks from various video clips (.avi, .mpg. .wmv, .flv, etc.).I Googled and found lots of ways to strip off the audio and save that sound as an mp3 file, but I have found nothing that would allow me to remove the audio and save my video clip (silently)
I am running openSUSE 11.1 on a Pentium Dual Core 2.5 (E5200) Processor, 2GB RAM and an NVidia 8400GS PCI Express display card.When I intitially installed my system I also installed VLC media player, at that time it was version 1.0.1, Mplayer and SMplayer a few codecs for K3B, handbrake for DVD ripping etc. That was also the only time since my computer has been online, i have never updated it since. And it had no problems whatsoever. Among other things I use my system to watch DVD's. I watched many DVD's and video clips flawlessly.
Now all of a sudden when watching DVD's and video clips the DVD playback flickkers red (the color red). I am not sure what causes it and it is very irritating. It flickkers even more with video clips. With a DVD it dissappears after a while but as soon as you move your mouse pointer or click on the screen it starts to flickker red again.I thought it was my NVidia card that might be faulty, but I booted up from a Puppy linux live-cd and I played a DVD from there and it works 100%.
i tried kde settings: disabled screen saver, disabled monitor power management. nothing worked. even i tried to find something in yast -- no luck. actually screen goes black after about 10 mins of inactivity which is annoying while watching in ex. videos. playing kaffeine is ok - i think it's because kaffeine makes "fake mouse movements". suse 11.3, linux 220.127.116.11-0.1-default x86_64, kde: 4.4.4 (kde 4.4.4) "release 2". adm athlon dual core 4450e (2.3ghz), 2 gb ram, geforce 9600 gso 512 with nvidia driver.
After using Ubuntu for about 18 months (and trying out a few others) I have started to use Debian (Lenny) more and more. I like the fact that it's supposed to be a very powerful and stable distro. When I tried to view a couple of video clips from a website it just won't play, though. Other distros play 'out of the box' but perhaps I need some pointing in the right direction from the more experienced Debian user! I installed MPlayer but that hasn't made any difference. I also downloaded Flash for Linux, which installed without problems. What I need to do? Plug-ins required etc?
I have a video which I've edited to my satisfaction but when I click play it seems to only play the first clip of video. How can I merge all my clips so it will continue to play through the whole thing?
I converted an mp3 to wav (using ffmpeg) and added it to a video clip (using avidemux). The video clip plays fine.I dumped the audio from an flv and converted it to wav (using ffmpeg) and added it to a another video clip (using avidemux). The video clip plays fine.But when i combined the two clips into one video there's a problem.... Once the part of the video pertaining to the first clip plays through, the audio in the part pertaining to the 2nd is completely distorted.Trying to combine the two video clips using mencoder results in :Quote:
I recently installed Ubuntu 9.10 and I've been having problems with flash player. The problem occurs when I'm trying to play a video clip on You Tube or on similar sites. Video clips do not play properly, videos run slowly and with many interruptions, while on the other hand the sound is excellent and my internet connection is OK, only the quality of the video is poor. I am using: intel celeron 1800MHz 512 SD ram ATI Radeon 9550 Hardware Drivers displays no drivers for my graphic card...
I have installed the latest version of aMSN (aMSN | Download aMSN software for free at SourceForge.net) which supports sending my webcam video. Unfortunately, it is unable to send my audio at the same time which is highly frustrating.
Does anyone know of a Linux equivalent of MSN which allows video and audio communication. I have tried Kopete, although the call feature button is inactive, despite having setup my webcam in this program.
I have also tried installing a program called qnext, though webcam and audio support between alternate different Instant Messengers (IM's) are not supported.
I have the default install of openSUSE 11.4 64bit and default Firefox 4.0b12 installed. I have installed multimedia support as per caf4926's guide on this page: Multi-media and Restricted Format Installation Guide
When I playback Internet web page movies in Firefox they flicker badly. The same movies played in Google Chromium play just fine. What do I do to get Internet films to play fine in Firefox?
I want to take consecutive screenshots of a video using command line operations but I can't seem to find accurate documentation on different websites.Does anyone know how to do this using vlc, totem or another program?I've used ffmpeg as well, but then reencodes and splits the video file. I just want to take consecutive screenshots.
I like to make tutorials on several different things, and since I'm a ubuntu user now, I found Record my Desktop. The thing is, When I stop the video, the encoder takes FOREVER! I left it there for over 5 minutes and it's still at 0%.
I do use a virtualization environment using VirtualBox,Qemu. Many a times I have to format my laptop then in such situations installing again the previous programs and making same changes to the configurations is very painful. Is there some way I can make some sort of backup which I just need to install on my existing system and get all previous things immediately installed without going to install and setting of a lot of other applications and settings.
I have around 100 users. I want to take backup of files which are on desktop for every user. My user directory path is -: /home/dr/<user_name>/Desktop
1) Script has to run on a particular time everyday 2) Script has to take backup of all files present in "Desktop" directory 3) Make a tar with name "yyyy-mm-dd-desk-files" 4) Make directory outside "Desktop" with name "Desktop-Backup", if already exist then don't make this folder. 5) The tar have to moved in this folder. 6) Remove the files from "Desktop" directory. (i.e. Desktop should be empty) 7) Mail the status that "Backup Successful"
even though this is a simple task I always have problems to do this.I want to execute the following#!/bin/bashjava -jar JabRef-2.6.jaror in other words this is the command I use in konsole to make the application to launch.Then usully I try to create a desktop in the icon either by using a. create link to locationorb. create link to application.where I select as file the file myfile.sh that contains the two lines of code I posted above (see again below) "#!/bin/bashjava -jar JabRef-2.6.jar"I do this file executable by using the chmod +x.Sometimes I think this works while others like now I only receive the cursor bouncing for sometime before it dissapears
I'm new to openSUSE just installed a chess program using YaST2 software installer. The program is called phalanx. It doesn't show up in the application menu in KDE Desktop and I don't know how to start the program.
I would like a program that records my desktop activity as a video file. Do you know any nice program to do that? Moreover it would be nice afterward to insert this video the openoffice or microsoft's powerpoint. Do you know what is the "best" video format that guarantees the biggest interoperability (the ability the video to play in different platforms).
I have Kubuntu 10.10 64-bit, which was running fine until I did a bunch of apt-get software installs to permit me to compile YaWP weather plasmoid. In the process I am now at KDE 4.6.2, and my system is now non-functional, not able to start KDE desktop.
When KDE starts I get continuous krunner segfaults, krunner is taking 100% of the CPU, the desktop is there but the system is unusable. /var/log/messages is filled with the krunner segfaults, each line further indicating "error 4 in libkio.so.5.6.0". I tried reinstalling kubuntu-desktop, problem remains.
I expect I have created some software incompatibility with my installs, but I do not know how to diagnose/resolve.
I wanna install video player on my OpenSuse 11.3 with KDE as Desktop Manager. But as we know, there are so many video player in Linux. So, I want to know which video player is better, Mplayer or VLC?? which one has better codec?? or is there a better video player other than these?