I have just captured some screen-shots with GTK-RecordMyDesktop, but now I can't use them. The videos plays right in vlc and totem, but crashs Pitivi and turn into pink splotches in kdenlive. When I convert them using ffmpeg, the video turns into blue and pink splotches. Here is how I'm converting it:Code:ffmpeg -i out.ogv out2.mpgConverting it with vlc crashes the program.I never had problems like this before. I have used recordmydesktop and ffmpeg many times, but on a 32bit computer. I have a 64 pc now, running ubuntu 10.04 x64.
This is my first post in this forum. After trying out every video compositing program I found for Linux, I am about to settle with KDEnlive. It looks like the best allrounder professional program in this section to me.
I only got one problem. I cant encode files with mpeg-4. All options here are grayed out and if I hover over one of the options for a moment it's going to tell me:
"Unsupported audio codec: libmp3lame" Whats funny is that it worked a time before i reinstalled my system. I also checked and I got libmp3lame installed. So why has KDEnlive problems to access this library?
downloaded dvdrip from synaptic, got all dependencies, got the css library... When I click the button to collect the table of contents (DVD's info from the DVD, it seems), it just flat out fails. I get a warning dialog with this message: "Job 'Read TOC (lsdvd)' failed with error message: Error reading table of contents. Please check your DVD device settings in the Preferences and don't forget to put a DVD in the drive. The log looks like this:
Looking for efficient program for Ubuntu like DVD Flick for Windows to convert one or several mpeg videos to DVD without the necessity to make a menu screen with choice buttons. I want the videos to auto-load and run continuously. I have tried all the programs in the U. Software Center and none have this option. (Or I have not been able to discover it).
I have been searching the forums with limited success on how to convert MTS files to MPEG. I have been able to open the MTS file with OpenShot and KdenLive but they aren't really for converting files or at least I haven't figured out how to do it. Is there a simple GUI tool to convert these MTS files quickly and easily?
I have an MPEG video file of 1.2 GB. I want to chop it into three (unequal length) pieces so that each piece can play well as a standalone video clip in most media players.I tried using trusty old Avidemux, but I'm getting problems at the start of vid clip #2 and #3, where the colours go very odd indeed before righting themselves after a few seconds.
The settings I used were:
Video: MPEG-4 ASP (avcodec) Configure: Constant Quantiser - 4 (all other settings at default) No filters applied. Audio: MP3 (lame)
The settings above are those I use most often and I usually manage to get reasonably decent output. But this is, I think, the first time my input has been an MPEG file.
I am running 10.10 64-bit and am trying to get an option in WinFF to convert an MPEG file to an iPod compatible video. All of the HOT_TO guides I could find involve installing the FFmpeg libraries, which I have done as well as I could have.The problem is that within WinFF, I don't see anything different in the "Convert To ..." drop-down. The Wiki I am reading tells me to select iPod, but this isn't available.What do I need to do to get this to be selectable?
I installed all the codecs (Rhythmbox plays the files fine) - GStreamer good, bad and ugly Tried this link but when i open the SH file it was blank, alright i enter the code, save it and try run it in terminal
Is there an application on Ubuntu capable to create a video blu ray disc out of any kind of video (avi. mkv, mpeg, etc)? On my wife computer I use tsmuxer and multiavchd but I would like to run something native on my computer without the need to install wine... The use of the command line is not a problem, something like DeVeDe to mux or encode would be sweet! srt support is a most!
I want to copy my home video DVD's to my hard drive and I want the format to be in an mpeg format (I suppose I should want mp4). The DVD's are in some sort of VOB, IFO format....or whatever they're called.There are many chapters on each of the DVD's and I want each of the individual chapters copied to the hard drive so I can rename the files something like, "fishing.mpeg" or "skiing.mpeg" and not some huge 3 gb file.
K9copy does a fair job but won't complete it. That is- k9copy gets 86% encoding done (I think that's the word for it) but won't finish copying the remainder of the chapters.
I have some videos made with a digital camera in mjpeg format and I want to convert so something else, into xvid, mkv or I dont know, just to made them smaller without quality lose. So is there something GUI for this, or I need to start reading the mencoder man page?
After updating Squeeze (i386) on my Via C7 laptop with the Via Openchrome video driver vlc video ouput shows only alternating white/green grainy vertical bars. I tried changing the video output driver to x11 and sdl without success. I'll be trying to find a fix and if successful I'll post back. For the rest of you just beware of the latest upgrades. More information - My AMD/ATI desktop also running Squeeze (amd64) updated fine. It has the onboard ATI 2400 video driver.
I am wanting to know how would i get the following video and files to play Windows Media Quick time MPEG and WAV. I dont want to mess up my system got it running great would like a little help choosing and installing and how to install the right problem. And instructions on how I am still learning opensues it is great. A lot better than windows with virus virus virus.
I am using debian squeeze and did an aptitude upgrade yesterday. Today I've found that VLC won't play any video; the files open and the audio plays, but the video is black. The aptitude log is below.
I note that VLC received a security upgrade a few days ago, but my suspicion is that the source of this problem is more likely to be the upgrade of libavcodec52 from version 4:0.5.2.6 -> 5:0.6.1+svn20101128-0.2. I believe this upgrade came from the debian-multimedia stable repo I have enabled.
Does this sound right, and what could I do to fix my VLC playback? This is new territory for me, and I'm slightly surprised that such an upgrade would come from the stable branch of debian-multimedia (although I know this is not an official source).
Yesterday I fresh installed Ubuntu 10.04 64 bit LTS on my Toshiba Laptop. This is my second time with Ubuntu so bear with me. I got everything working even the webcam but it won't play dvd movies. When I go to the DVD player icon and try to open it...its won't because it doesn't recognize the dvd format.I have searched but only end up trying stuff that didn't work for it. I guess what it needs is Codec's.