Ubuntu Multimedia :: Which File Format (video) Is Supported By Default

Jun 17, 2010

I don't want to install anything more,so I want to convert the unsupported video file to supported one. I currently using lucid.

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Ubuntu :: Which Type(s) Of Video File That Are Supported By Default

Jun 17, 2010

I currently using Lucid and I can't connect to the internet in lucid.

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Debian :: Image Magick And JBG Images - Format Seems Not To Be Supported By Default

Jul 23, 2010

I need to convert a .jbg image to something else more 'generic' (.jpg, .png) but i discover that thar format seems not to be supported by default. Searching i found that i need jbigkit, so i download it but know dont know how to make it work?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video And Audio File Format Converter?

Apr 18, 2010

I would like to get one software using which we can converto file format to another. Like .mkv to .mpg and .avi to mpg or .3gp to .avi . converting one to another.The other software I need is about ripping and editing mp3.From DVD video or VCD format, i would like to extract only audio mp3 files and i would like to cut some unwanted portion of those mp3 files.Which software do I need? I dont want to install Ubuntu studio

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Converting A 3gp Video File Into A Different Format?

Jun 19, 2011

Can I ask for some advice in converting a video (from my phone) which is a 3gp file into something more universal. I use audokonverter for audio files and this gives me a menu right-click option to convert a song from (say) wav to mp3. Is there an equivalent for videos? I am using opensuse 11.4 64 bit and have mplayer, xine and vlc installed plus the necessary codecs. Or is it simpler to use ffmpeg in a c/l environment

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Converting Any Video Format To 3gp Format?

Jul 21, 2011

converting videos to 3gp format.

i have installed transmaggedon software but it fails to convert because quicktime muxer plugin is not installed.

This plugin is not available in the repositories.

How can i get this video converter to work or what else can i do to be able to convert videos to 3gp format?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Card Not Supported By 10.4 64-bits

Aug 17, 2010

I'm working right now with a newly installed Lucid 64-bit. Everything it's fine, but I would like to use the dual monitor for my work, and so I decided to ask to buy me a video card, since what I have now is an onboard graphic that doesn't allow me to do it. I don't need to play games (well I don't think my boss will be happy about it ), and I would rather go for a not expensive solution. But I have some doubts regarding the compatibility with my linux. I found several things on the web, but nothing regarding the video cards that I individuated. If the card is auto detected, it would be better of course.

The cards I was interested are:


But then i've seen on the web you might have problems with ATI in linux and so I went looking also for Nvidia which I found is generally better implemented under linux: ASUS GEFORCE GT 210 512MB DDR2

PALIT GEFORCE GT 220 SUPER 512MB DDR2 I don't have many models among which to choose, because of some conventions at my workplace. The tables of compatibility with ubuntu that I found are all related with much more expensive models, or models that I don't have in my lists. Could somebody tell me if one (or more) of the cards mentioned above work under ubuntu 10.6 64-bit? I have a Hewlett Packard system with:

HP 3674h motherboard
Intel core2 duo 3.16 GHz
250 HD

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Ubuntu :: Cannot Read Video File In ASF/WMV Format With Firefox?

Jun 14, 2011

I am presently running Firefox version 3.6.13 under Ubuntu 10.10 and I am trying without any success to play a file in Windows format.I have removed the totem-mozilla pluginI have re-installed gnome-mplayer & gecko-mediaplayer plugins. The ads-on is saying that Gecko Media Player Video Player Plug-in for QuickTime, RealPlayer and Windows Media Player streams using Mplayer is installed.Also try to stream a MMSH to using ASF/WMV, DIVX3 & MP3 from VLC and the only thing I could get from Firefox was: Could not demultiplex streamCan somebody confirm me that the gnome-mplayer& gecko-mediaplayer plugins are capable of reading ASF format

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How Different Are Video Format Options Between Tvs And Pcs

Jun 3, 2011

I can play nearly any video format on my pc because I have loaded all of the nessessary software. But what about tvs? I loaded some videos onto my flash drive and then I inserted it into the usb port of a LCD tv. Nothing on the drive would play. I assume it is because tv have a limited number of formats that they will play.Now, if I intend to download videos and convert them so that they will play on a tv, what are my best options for..

#1 What is the preferred conversion software?

$2 What is the preferred format?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Unable To See The Video Of A .flv Format In VLC Player?

Jan 18, 2010

I am not able to see the video of a .flv format in VLC player. I tried it in the SMplayer also but of no use. I can hear the audio but no video on it. Just a black screen.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Convert Any Video Files To Any Format?

Jan 4, 2011

I just wanted to know what people think is the best video encoding program. I want to be able to convert any video files to any format, mostly x264, avi that sort of stuff. I used AVS encoder in windows.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: VLC Probably Does Not Support This Sound Or Video Format

Mar 20, 2011

I just reinstalled yesterday Ubuntu on my second PC, I didn't use 2nd PC for a while so I decided it is time to refresh Ubuntu on it. I installed sopcast to watch some football games. I setup VLC as a main player, so when I past address to sopcast and start bufforing VLC turned on and I was able to watch game, after sec some small windows with error appeared sayin' "VLC probably does not support this sound or video format "wmap"" I closed this windows and noticed there is no sound... I don't know how to fix this problem it never happend before.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Unable To Convert Video (MOV Format)

Apr 19, 2011

I emailed myself a video. I took with my ipod touch, and its in .mov format which ubuntu doesn't support. I have an app called arista transcoder (a little slow, but very handy), which, for some reason, isn't able to convert the video. its strange because I was able to convert a few other videos from my ipod (same format) into .avi files last week. Arista says something about an unrecognized media type.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Web Video Download *.WMV - Format Not Recognised

Jul 15, 2011

The problem I have is that when trying to convert the files to another format or open them with a video editing program I get messages such as "Invalid data found when processing input" I used a FireFox plug-in called "video downloadhelper" to save the video files to my local ubuntu PC and this saved them as *.wmv files. If I double click the file name then the Totem Mplayer opens up and plays the video OK. The one strange thing is that the file sizes seem to be quite small for what I would expect, for example, a 1 minute video clip is showing with a file size of 145 bytes (not kb or mb but bytes) but they do play OK with the Totem MPlayer.

I have tried converting them to AVI using both FFMpeg and WinFF and both give the same message about "Invalid data found when processing input". Also, if I copy the files to a windows PC and try to open them up with a video editing program such as Sony Vegas this also fails to recognise the files. Finally, if I try to play the files on a windows PC with VLC Player, or GOM Player or Windows Media Player none of them can play the files.

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General :: Convert A Video File To Mxf Mxf Container Format?

May 31, 2010

I am trying to convert a mpg video file to mxf container format using ffmpeg by follwing command. ffmpeg -y -i INPUT.mpg -s 640x480 -vcodec mjpeg -b 5Mb -minrate 4Mb -maxrate 6Mb -bufsize 3Mb -an -f mxf OUTPUT.mxf

I get this error::

FFmpeg version 0.5.2, Copyright (c) 2000-2009 Fabrice Bellard, et al.
configuration: --enable-shared --enable-libmp3lame
libavutil 49.15. 0 / 49.15. 0
libavcodec 52.20. 1 / 52.20. 1


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Software :: Convert A Video File To Mxf Container Format?

Jun 1, 2010

I am trying to convert a video file to mxf container format using ffmpeg.But not able to achieve the goal.This the command which i used.ffmpeg -i smirnoff_edlp2ok4.mpg -vcodec mpeg2video -b 450k -acodec libmp3lame -ab 64k -ar 48000 -y op.mxf

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Export A Video From Pitivi In A Format From Lucid 64-bit

Jun 5, 2010

i am trying to export a video from pitivi in a format that can be uploaded to videos. i found this thread which suggests using an flv muxer with the l.a.m.e. mp3 encoder. my problem is that my pitivi doesn't list lame as an option, and i haven't been able to get it in.

i have tried reinstalling lame from the repositories, and also building lame, ffmpeg, gstreamer, faac, x264 and pitivi from the latest source. i simply can't get a video format to export that works in videos. mp4 and other format exports don't seem to work at all, they get stuck on the first frame.

pitivi can export ogg video perfectly, however if i try to upload that to videos it comes out with bad video. i've tried converting the ogg video to avi with mencoder, but it drops a lot of frames and ends up with the audio badly out of sync. i've run out of ideas to try -- anyone been through this before, or know of something i may be doing wrong? i'm certainly no expert in building from source (or anything!), it just seemed like something to try...

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Lost Amongst The Video Format Maze?

Aug 28, 2011

On inspection I find that my collection of video files is a mixture of .flv and .mp4 formats. The latter play OK on my A110 network media player but the latter do not. There is no sound from either but I think that is another problem as VLC works well on all of them.

My question assuming I cannot get the media player to play .flv files is should I convert to mp4 and will the HD files suffer as a result? If it is OK to convert, which program to use. My system is openSUSE 11.4 with KDE desktop.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Converter - Convert AVI Into DVD Format To Burn A Disc

Jun 3, 2010

I am looking for a video converter that will convert AVI into DVD format to burn a disc. I had a program called convert X for windows 7 and with that I was able to make menu's for the DVD and when it finished converting, it would burn it to a disc.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Ffmpeg And How To Convert Video To Nokias 5800 Phone Format

Jul 31, 2011

command line option in ffmpeg to do this

I am told I need the output file to comply with this

Video Resolution: 480*320
Video Bitrate: 768 kbps
Audio Bitrate: 128 kbps
Video Format: MPEG-4 (be sure not to use H264, as it�s not supported in the current firmware)


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Get Video To Open With VLC By Default

Apr 1, 2010

I can't seem to get my videos to open with VLC automatically. They open with the built in movie player, but I don't want that. I have VLC installed, but each time I have to right click on the file and go to Open With.

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Debian Multimedia :: Convert SWF Video File To AVI Video File?

Dec 18, 2010

how could i convert SWF video file to AVI video file on linux? is there any tools ?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Multimedia File Format Converters?

Mar 16, 2010

Is there any multimedia file format converter which can convert .mov to .flv on Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: 10.04 - Cannot Make VLC Default Video Player

May 14, 2010

Can I just out ubuntu 10.04 on and I installed vlc and when I right click on a video file and say open with and the box is ticked to open with vlc but it doesn't make vlc the default player. I dunno what I'm doing wrong, maybe there is another way?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Make VLC Default Video Player?

Jun 16, 2010

How do I make VLC media player the default video player, so that if I double click a video file VLC opens it?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Reverting To Default Video Drivers

Jun 17, 2010

When Lucid Lynx came out I did a clean install on my laptop by burning an iso. Unfortunately, I got an annoying bug in which the image would always be wiggly (wavy) in the external monitor. In an attempt to fix the issue, I tried to installed Ati's restricted drivers. Unfortunately, my graphics card (Radeon x1200) isn't supported by them on Ubuntu 10.04, and trying to install it anyway only made things worse.

Right now, I just want it to be back to what it was when I first installed Lucid. Following the instructions on this page, I have already removed the fglrx drivers, and I think I installed the open-source driver. However, I can tell that things are not the way they were when I first installed. By going in "Main menu > System > Preferences > Monitors" I get the usual menu to configure the monitors, except I can't actually configure anything.

There's only one monitor (listed as Unknown), and the system doesn't let me change any of the settings (such as resolution or frequency). The external monitor is showing the same output as the laptop monitor, and doesn't get recognized by the system. I just want to use the exact graphics drivers that came installed in Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. But I don't want to do a clean install.

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Ubuntu :: NTFS Format Not Supported, No Mkntfs Command?

Mar 18, 2010

getting this error"Error creating file system: helper exited with exit code 1: cannot spawn 'mkntfs -f -L "Backup" /dev/sdb1': Failed to execute child process "mkntfs" (No such file or directory)"tried to run from terminal and mkntfs is not in the system. I am trying to make an image of my system using dd and its over 4GB.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Set Vlc As The Default Video Player?

May 20, 2011

I just reinstalled my laptop with OpenSUSE 11.4, 64-bit and I'm using gnome 3.0, I can't figure out how to change the default video player to vlc though...I've tried going to 'Applications' --> 'System Tools' --> 'System Settings' --> 'System info'Here I can choose default programs, however vlc does not appear in the drop-down menu for videos. I do have vlc installed. I can choose to play videos with it when I right-click video files. But I'd like vlc to be the default so that I can just double click the video file and vlc plays it.It is a little bit confusing as totem is set as the default video player in the above-mentioned window, but when I double click a video file banshee starts

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Ubuntu Servers :: Error 13: Invalid Or Un Supported Executable Format?

Aug 4, 2010

Ubuntu 9.04 server (64bit)
(2) 320 WD HDD - RAID 1

After coming home one evening I found my server was turned off. My suspicions lead me to believe we had a storm and the power went off, then the UPS went off and finally at that point the server went off too. I think my server was set to allow security updates. After it turned of and restarted it seems it made a change to Grub and upgraded it to Grub2. In doing so I now get the following message:

Error 13: Invalid or un supported executable format

I have tried to do the following:


This solved the problem for me, from > url

Quote:boot from the live medium and chroot into the Linux installation:

$ sudo mkdir /mnt/linux
$ sudo mount -t ext4 /dev/sda1 /mnt/linux

Then, the following command should resolve the issue. :

$ sudo grub-install --recheck /dev/sda

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Easily Set VLC As Default For All Video Types?

Jul 25, 2010

I reinstall OpenSUSE (For whatever reasons) where I prefer having VLC as my default video player, for every media type (.wmv, .mkv, .avi, .mpg).

I realize that I can go into Configure Desktop > Advanced > File Associations, but then I have to individually select each (quite cryptic) media type, and manually change my preference.

This should be way easier than it is (I'm computer literate, but can you imagine a new user trying to change these settings?)

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