Ubuntu Multimedia :: Green/Blue Tint On Video Files?

May 9, 2011

It seems to have only recently starting happening. I've tried VLC and Movie Player, and different types of format such as AVI and 3gp. Anything I could try to eliminate things?

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General :: Logitech QuickCam Sphere Has Blue Tint After 10.04 Upgrade?

Jun 26, 2010

After upgrading Ubuntu to 10.04, my Logitech, Inc. QuickCam Orbit/Sphere AF now has a blue tint in both Skype and guvcview (So probably everything).

Anyone run into this problem? I am going to run my updates to see if this helps for the time being.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Green Audio Jack Dead Blue And Pink Not Working As Output?

Apr 10, 2010

The Green jack for audio of the sound card is dead. The other jacks [Blue and Pink] are not working for audio. I have them working as audio outputs in windows xp-using the Realtek interface.How can I do the same in Ubuntu?

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Ubuntu :: Desktop Background Flashing Blue/green?

Jan 9, 2011

My wallpaper, regardless of what is chosen, flashes to blue/green (like an old Win95 desktop color) every 10-15 seconds. It stays that way for a second, then goes back to what is set. Also, it seems to 'fade in' to the blue/green, then fades back to the chosen wallpaper (albeit a very fast fade). Icons on the desktop are unaffected.I've tried disabling all desktop effects, and it still does it. The only way to stop it is to reboot, which seems to fix the problem for 24 hours or so, then it starts again.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Color Is Very Blue?

Aug 16, 2010

I must have inadvertently changed a color setting in Ubuntu. Suddenly, the color in all video that I play is distinctly blue (human skin is shades of blue and green). This happens to multiple videos in both VLC and Movie Player. It does not happen when I play the same videos on VLC in Windows. Pictures and all other graphics appear completely normal. I am still quite new to Ubuntu and I've never encountered anything like this before. I have no idea where to start

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: X11 Video Playback Blue Saturation

Feb 21, 2010

When trying to playback DVDs in VLC media player, I have to switch the video output driver to get any playback.If I leave it on "Default" (which I think is defaulting to "XVideo Extension Video Output"), I get a solid green or blue screen (which I also get with "Xvideo Extension Video Output")If I switch it to "OpenGL Video Output", I get proper DVD playback but it is kind of pixelated and ugly.If I switch it to "X11 Video Output", I get DVD playback that is very crisp and sharp, the image quality is great.unfortunately, the colors are completely messed up and the blue is completely saturated.I've played with the color settings (especially the Hue setting), but I can't get the colors to look right.

I'd really like to use the x11 video output since the quality is the best, but I can't get the colors right.the first one (Screenshot.png) is OpenGL output, and the second (Screenshot-1.png) is X11 output.It's also worth noting that I am on an IBM ThinkPad R32 with an ATI Mobility Radeon 7000 (or M6, or M6 LE, whatever you wanna call it).I'm running a fully updated 9.04 Jaunty installation.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Player Showing Movies In Blue After The Updates

Jun 30, 2010

i have just recieved some updates to my system, after the updates my video players are all showing movies in blue. online videos are fine but all my videos on my laptop are blue.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: FFMPEG Scaling - Get Some Weird Green Band At Bottom Of Frame In Converted Video

Jan 14, 2011

I've got a 1920x1080 video I've edited and rendered with Cinelerra, and I'm trying to use ffmpeg to transcode it to something smaller. However, when I use a command like this, for instance:


I inevitably get some weird green band at the bottom of the frame in the converted video. I know that there's some weird pixel stretching going on here, because the NTSC standard for 16:9 is 720x480 with rectangular pixels, and the 1080 version has square pixels, so I'm guessing the green band is an artifact of that process?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: 11.2 All Video Players Show Blue Dots In The Screen?

May 11, 2010

I guess it is the setting of the Opensuse, as i have tried different players, e.g SMPlayer, VLC adn Xine, all show blue dots on the player's screen.

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Debian Multimedia :: Whenever Take A Shot, The Video Window Appears 'solid Blue' In The Output Image?

Sep 1, 2010

I'm trying to produce some screenshots of the screen in which there's a window playing a video in avi format. The problem is whenever I take a shot, the video window appears 'solid blue' in the output image. Is there any way or program with which I can capture the current frame of the video

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Ubuntu Installation :: PS3 - VLC Video Playback Striped With Green Bars

Feb 11, 2010

I've installed Ubuntu on my PS3 system, and when I play a DVD video using VLC the video is striped with green vertical bars. Naturally, i can't watch it like this, so I also tried Movie Player, which frezzes up alot, so then I tried Kaffine, which failed to work at all! Every video player I know is useless when it comes to playing some DVDs on my PS3, (I say some because others work fine, and no, there's nothing wrong with the DVDs thereselves).

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Change MP4 Video Files In A Directory To MP3 Audio Files?

Apr 29, 2011

What would be a nice, simple command to go through all files in a directory (no sub-directories), and change all the MP4 Video files I have to MP3 audio files (keeping the original filenames except for changing the "mp4" extension to "mp3")?

The files in question were videos taken with one of those Flip cameras, but I only need the audio off of it.

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Fedora :: No Green Colour When I Play Some Video In Any Player (totem, Xine) / Fix It?

Mar 1, 2010

I have Fedora 12. When i play some video in any player (totem, xine), there is no green color, only red and blue. How can i fixed this?

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Ubuntu / Apple :: Power Mac G3 Blue And White Video Resolution

Jan 27, 2010

haven't been around here in a while, seems that the other OS section is completely gone, so I assume this would be the most appropriate place to ask this, since Debian and Ubuntu are similar enough. Okay, so I installed Debian Lenny on my Power Mac G3. 450MHz, 1GB RAM, and an ATI Rage128, the stock video card. It also has a Linksys WMP54G Wireless card which I got working effortlessly enough.

My issue is with the screen resolution. The driver for the graphics card is installed, but I'm only getting a 800x600 resolution. My Monitor is a 1440x900 screen, so everything's quite out of proportion. I assume I may have to go into xorg.conf to tweak things, but I wouldn't know what to tweak. This is the only thing I need to do to make this my full time OS on this machine.

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Ubuntu :: Skype Video Call Is A Odd Shade Of Blue / Test Camera Outside Of It?

May 17, 2010

Ever sense i updated to 10.4 skype's video calling for me has turned a light shade of blue, nothing that really tampers with my call, just annoying the snot out of me because the person im talking to is blue.

Also I do not think its my cameras drivers because not only am I a shade of blue, but the person I am talking to is also blue and they say that I on their screen look fine. When i run a camera test with skype everything is a shade of blue as well.

I cannot for the life of me find a way to test my camera outside of skype.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Creating A Video DVD From Other Video Files - Click "Burn" And Brasero Disappears

Dec 17, 2010

This is my first time creating a video DVD from other video files. I drag and dropped 2 .flv files to the area where it tells you to drag them. They appeared there. Then I clicked "Burn..." and brasero disappeared.

I ran it in terminal and this is what I got:


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OpenSUSE Hardware :: IHome Webcam - 11.3 - Cheese Freezes And WXcam Comes Up With A Green Screen With No Video

Jul 27, 2010

OpenSUSE seems to have an issue picking up and working with my newer webcam. This webcam does work with linux, it works with Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid and Linux Mint 9 Isadora but openSUSE 11.3 doesnt seem to like it. Information about webcam drivers seems to be missing now, I tried the drivers repo but no luck. Cheese freezes and WXcam comes up with a green screen with no video. This is a gateway product by my understanding but it seems to be linux compatible, especially with the Linux 2.6.34 kernel that both Ubuntu and openSUSE use right now. But for some reason its not quite clicking with openSUSE 11.3

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Microsoft Webcam VX3000: Poor Video - Green Screen With Some Colour-full Dots At Top

Jul 8, 2010

My VX3000 webcam seems to be recognized by skype and kopete, however the image is terrible (green screen with some colour-ful dots at the top).

Here is some output that might shed some light on the issue:

This is what I have installed


Which seems to be received well on startup:


However the output at runtime of Kopete might give a hint to the problem:


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Fedora Installation :: Freezes As Soon As Pixelated Load Bar With White - Light Blue And Dark Blue Colors

May 30, 2011

When i try to install Fedora 15 on a clean machine it freezes as soon as the pixelated load bar with the white, light blue and dark blue colors show.

I have tried several different versions of Fedora (64bit and 32bit) and have tried to burn it to a CD and/or DVD (For the larger version) and copying it to a usb pen with universal linux usb, liveUSB creator (from Fedora) and last one i don't remember the name on.

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OpenSUSE :: Files Are Listed With Green Block Background?

Nov 2, 2010

Using a terminal shell and entering ls -l, all the files in the user /home/user1 appear with a green block background. The files in /home/user2 have standard Linux colors. What does the green block mean?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Green Static During DVD Play

Jan 2, 2010

I'm trying to watch some DVD's on my computer. But I'm getting this green static type lines appearing on the video and causing it to skip. It has to be my set up or something because they run fine on Windows 7 and my DVD player. I'm trying with VLC.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Green Zone Won't Play?

Jul 8, 2010

I have Green Zone which I want to play on my computer. I have libdvdread4 and VLC media player and it has pulse and the whole 9 yards. It will only play the FBI warning. After playing it it won't transition to the next part. I guess I'll try on slow Windows. Also ubuntu needs a DirectX equivalent so you can play the movie on your desktop

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Splicing Video Files?

Oct 23, 2010

I have two files, aw1.mp4 and aw2.mp4, each about 1 GB in size. I want to splice them together (aw2 after aw1) on a single 4.7 GB DVD, as one movie, and burn (transcode?) them so that the disc will play on a home DVD player that's +/-5 years old. ffmpeg -i aw1 aw2 worked.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Cannot Watch Video Files?

Nov 6, 2010

I'm using Dell inspiron 1210 and installed netbook remix 10.10 recently. But I have trouble with watching video files with any players, including built-in player, SMPlayer, VLC media player.

Video is not appear with those players and can see only black screens. Sound works well. I think there are some troubles with codecs, But though I installed some codecs and restricted-extra, there are no improvements. What should I do to see video with this system? Those video files can be watched with my desktop;Ubuntu 10.04 and VLC player so I think files has no problem. Dell inspiron 1210 specification; Intel Atom Z530, GMA500, 1GB Ram. GMA500 driver has installed.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: MP4 Files - Video Nearly Unwatchable ?

Nov 27, 2010

I'm running it in a virtual machine right now, because when I tried to dual boot my computer, it broke my hard drive.

I'm having a problem playing .mp4 files though. My phone only takes videos in this file format, and most of the time I'm working with large amounts of files, so converting them isn't an option. I've tried many different players, and they all lag like crazy, making the video nearly unwatchable. This is a huge flaw for me, and one reason I'm not bothering to try dual booting again...

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Ushare Not Seeing HD Mkv Video Files?

Dec 31, 2010

I have a Samsung BD-6800 blu-ray player that i want to stream HD mkv files to from my pc. I made sure DLNA was enabled in the /etc/ushare.conf file. The blu-ray player sees my pc perfectly and i can navigate to the folders where the videos are stored, however when i select a folder with videos in it all that is shown is an option called "upper folder" which takes me back to the root directory. The videos are nowhere to be found. I checked on the Ushare web site to see if mkv files are supported which they are.

Here is what my /etc/ushare.conf looks like.

# /etc/ushare.conf
# Edit this file with 'dpkg-reconfigure ushare'
# Configuration file for uShare
# uShare UPnP Friendly Name (default is 'uShare').


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Files Won't Play?

Mar 11, 2011

I am trying to play a video file on Ubuntu 10.10 from a web site, but when I click on it it just shows it loading, but won't play.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: .box .idx Video - Audio Files

Apr 18, 2011

My work just installed a new surveillance system and it uses .box video files and .idx audio to go along with it. They have a windows program to view them but I would love to keep on using my Ubuntu laptop.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Create Video From Jpeg Files?

Apr 5, 2010

I am using the following command to create a video of a bunch of jpeg files. The problem is that some of the jpegs are portrait and others are landscape. Ffmpeg is stretching the portrait images. Is it possible to maintain aspect ratio of the jpegs... perhaps put black bars on the portrait images using ffmpeg?

ffmpeg -r .75 -f image2 -i Image%d.jpg output.mp4

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Can't Watch Video Files Nor Visualizations?

Sep 27, 2010

when I want to play a video file. The video is missing but the audio remains.Also, when i play .mp3 files using totem I have no visualizations on the video screen, like this:Video files such as .avi:(Audio is well).

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