OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Avidemux Update In 11.1?

Jun 29, 2010

I've downloaded a avidemux_2.5.3.tar.gz to update my old version of avidemux but when I've tried to install I got this error:


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Avidemux-qt Has No Audio Output / But Works Fine Under Avidemux-gtk

Jun 22, 2011

under avidemux-qt, the videos play and encode w/out any audio output, and audiodevice is set to "dummy" and cannot be changed. but avidemux-gtk has no problem w/ audio playback.Is this an application specific problem, and if not how do i configure phonon to fix this issue?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Avidemux: Keep .MKV Subs Into .mp4?

Nov 14, 2010

im trying to convert a .mkv video with subs into a .mp4 video but in the the video is ok but the subs are gone.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: After Upgrade To 10.10 Avidemux Will Not Start?

Nov 12, 2010

Since upgrading from 10.04 to 10.10 (through the update manager) my previously well working avidemux now will not even start. here is the output from the terminal.

Avidemux v2.5.2
Code : Mean, JSC, Gruntster
GFX : Nestor Di ,


I have unistalled and reinstalled avidemux with the same results. I have also uninstalled the ffmpeg, mencoder, and medibuntu codecs and reinstalled, however, I am getting the same terminal output and the same results.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Finding The Alternative To Avidemux?

Mar 27, 2011

when editing an mp4 file from videos with avidemux, the editing works perfectly but the resulting video sound is speeded up but the image runs at normal speed. the resulting mess is out of synch video/sound.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Terra HD And Either Avidemux Or OpenShot

Jul 26, 2011

I eventually did buy a Terra HD from Zareason that I love, but I cannot get it to do my video editing of Flip Mino home videos. I know the machine is capable. It plays bigger AVI files without any problem. For sound it uses the Realtek chipset. Samples of the .avi Flip Mino videos are here. A nice short one for experimenting with is 2.3 MB, here. According to Avidemux, the Flip Mino videos have the following video properties...

Codec 4CC: XVID
Image Size: 640 x 480
Aspect Ratio: 1:1 (1:1)
Frame Rate: 30.000 fps
and the following audio properties...

Channels: Mono
Bitrate: 22179 Bps / 177 kbps
Variable Bitrate: No
Frequency: 44100 Hz

My goal is simply to trim the beginning and end to get the best segment in each home movie. Avidemux worked great on my old machine as long as I changed the output audio format to MP3(LAME). But Avidemux is not working and wants to know all sorts of things about devices of which I am ignorant. The default settings must be wrong since the audio playback is choppy and usually the video saves to a one-frame broken file.

I also tried Openshot and it has no device preference issues. However, I am ignorant of how to make it save the videos properly. It wants to "export" the video using all sorts of options, none of which are simply "use the setting for the only track". Based on the 640x480 size I tried some Square NTSC tests but the exported file was always much too big -- usually larger than the untrimmed original!

Also, Openshot appears to lack a keyboard shortcut or button for "move the beginning or end of the clip back or forwards one frame". Is it really expecting me to use the mouse to position the clip's borders precisely? I have no vested interest in which software is used. Nor do I care about the resulting file format as long as it is neither wastefully large nor senselessly abandoning quality. I just want to share my home movies with friends and family.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Avidemux Installed But Not In Menu

Aug 9, 2011

I installed avidemux so I can split a video file. However avidemux doesn't show up on the menu. It should appear in Applications->Sound and Video but it's not showing up under any of the menu items. When I go to Ubuntu Software Centre it shows that avidemux is installed. How do I find it so I can run it? I'm running Karmic.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Very Slow X264 Encoding Using Avidemux In 10.04

May 8, 2010

I have been using Avidemux to encode edited video using x264 and the mp4 container for most of my videos. My PCs are not new, using single-core AMD Athlon processors.

In 9.04 and 9.10 (Linux Mint), encoding speeds ranged from 7 to 10 frames per second. In 10.04 these dropped down to less than 2 frames per second.

I booted back into Linux Mint 8 (9.10) and the same video encoded at the previous 7 to 10 fps.

I tried with other videos in different formats (mpeg2 and VOB). The results were the same - 10.04 was extremely slow encoding x264 but Mint 8 was "normal" at 7 to 10 fps.

With a dual-core notebook, however, the encoding speeds ran at 8 to 14 fps in 10.04.

Was 10.04 optimized for dual and multi-core at the expense of single-core? If so, is there a way to restore "single-core optimization"?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Avidemux Is Missing Resize Plugin?

Aug 5, 2010

avidemux is missing mplayer resize plugin. How do I get it?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Avidemux - Export The Video Properties Then Convert

Jan 31, 2010

i bought an obscure video/mp3 player from china recently, and one day, i managed to use AVIDEMUX to succesfully transfer video to it. However, i dont remember the settings AT ALL. I open the working video file with AVIDEMUX, and check out the properties, but there is option in the lists to the left to convert to the video type that is open. Is there anyway to export the video properties, then convert any video, to those parameters?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Fix Transcoding To PSP Format In Newer Versions Of Avidemux?

Sep 12, 2010

In newer versions of Avidemux wrong parameters are set when choosing "Sony Playstation Portable" from the Auto menu. The PSP doesn't support more than 2 reference frames or 8x8 DCT Transform.

This is how you can fix it. Backup the original file

sudo cp /usr/lib/ADM_plugins/videoEncoder/x264/Sony PlayStation Portable.xml /usr/lib/ADM_plugins/videoEncoder/x264/Sony PlayStation
Edit the file
sudo gedit /usr/lib/ADM_plugins/videoEncoder/x264/Sony PlayStation Portable.xml
Change this line


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Avidemux Renaming Of Mp4 Files - Home Folder Don't Include The Prefix

Mar 24, 2010

I have used avidemux to cut a mp4 file, choosing just a part of it, and I have discovered it automatically adds "avidemux" to the beginning of the name of the file, plus the author of the file and that I cannot edit the file to erase it. Note that I talk about "right click - properties", and that the file, as seen from home folder dont include the "avidemux" prefix, but if, for instance, I run the file with VLC, "avidemux" will appear, and that is annoying. how to delete that annoying avidemux prefix?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Update Ffmpeg And All The Other Ones?

Feb 15, 2010

I've been having a somewhat disagreeable problem updating ffmpeg and all the other resources that need updating (libavcodec52 et al) for some time now. I'm asked to delete most of the software/libs that are needed for certain software (2man2dvd, etc...). At times it looks like I have some serious contortions to go through in order to update these rpm's. I'm using 11.0.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Can't Boot To GUI After Update

Aug 30, 2010

today, I updated my OpenSuse 11.1 to 11.3. Since then, I can no longer enter GNOME, just the shell. Something like "gdmdisplay lasted x seconds" is diplayed several times. I have read on the web that there is a problem with NVIDIA cards (I have a Geforce 6200 LE). So far, I tried the following:

1) typing "nomodeset" to the boot options

2) adding device="fbdev" to /etc/X11/xorg.conf.d/50-device.conf, then blacklisting nouveau

3) installing the proprietary nvidia driver:

zypper ar -f nvidia
zypper install x11-video-nvidiaG02

When I do this, the system tries to retrieve metadata for the nvidia repository for a long time, then times out. And yes, I have internet, ping works.

4) downloading the nvidia driver and installing it manually - this aborts with the message that "kernel-source" can't be found.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Update ALSA, Following The Instructions Here: SDB:Alsa-update?

Mar 17, 2011

I'm trying to update ALSA, following the instructions here: SDB:Alsa-update - openSUSE.I'm not sure how to proceed at STEP THREE. There are two sets of instructions, based on whether or not the kernel has been updated. I'm not sure if it has been. How can I make sure?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Update - Huge Dependencies

Mar 6, 2010

I thought it would be great to be able to play DVD's so I installed an update that would enable this. The multimedia update was 1.3 Mb but the dependencies was about 650 Mb! Among others I had to update the whole Office pack. Is this a "feature" I have to go through on every installation or is multimedia special?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: No Sound In My Laptop After 11.2 Update

Sep 9, 2010

I installed a fresh 11.2 and perform a Stable KDE update and a complete update with "Yast Online Update" and now there is no sound in my laptop.

My sound card is HDA Intel and uses snd_hda_intel driver.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: No Gdm And No Sound After Kernel Update []?

Sep 10, 2010

Well, the gdm issue was pretty easy to solve. Just reinstalled NVIDIA video drivers in runlevel 3.

But sound seems to be a litle more dificult. Before I spend some hours, I would like to ask if some had the same problem.

By the way, here is my url.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Xvidcap Not Working After Update To 11.4?

Mar 11, 2011

Would anyone know why this program is no longer working? It starts up fine but as soon as I press record it freezes and I have to terminate the program. I've tried using some different settings but its always with the same result.Does anyone know what might have changed from 11.3 to 11.4 to cause these issues?p.s. Im using the xvidcap package from the packman repository

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Cannot Change Sound After Update?

Sep 4, 2011

after software update (124 packages) I cannot change sound volume and I cannot also mute it. Is there any way how to revert the changes or how to repair it?OpenSUSE version: 11.4 64bit

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: After Update Audacious Wont Work

Jun 20, 2011

I updated Audacious to latest version v2.5.1.1 & it wont work anymore.

Whats up with that?

I wanted to downgrade to previous version but i cant find older versions of Audacious.

I am running Open SuSe 11.3

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Can't Update Amarok To Play Mp3s

Jul 18, 2011

I've installed Opensuse 11.4 and even have the multiboot working (at last) and firefox running at more than a snails pace, but this latest problem is really stumping me. I suspect it might be a little more fundamental than just amarok and mp3's but that's where I see it.

So, when I run amarok it asks if I would like to install MP3 support So I click on affermative and, since I added the neccessary repositories, it starts merrily into updating. Then after a few files it his this one:


98MB. It downloads all the way to 99% and then the transfer rate drops from the 120KB/s I expect to 8B/s for a minute or so nad then it just restarts from 0%. It will do this a few times before offering the opportunity to skip. I did skip and it did a few more files successfully then hung up in the same way. It seems like any file larger than 1MB will not download.

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: 11.1 Audacious Undefined Symbol After Online Update

Dec 2, 2009

I was using audacious happily, but after the dist-update last week I can't get is working anymore. The error message is:
audacious2: symbol lookup error: audacious2: undefined symbol: index_new

uname -a output is: Linux linux-9b84 #1 SMP 2009-11-23 12:57:38 +0100 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Deleting .config/audacious, .local/share/audacious, and .cache/audacious doesn't help (it did with a similar problem before). how to get this program working again?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Media Players Non Functional After Software Update

May 30, 2011

24 hours ago kaffeine, vlc, smplayer and mplayer were all functional. Now after a software update only smplayer is functional. Kaffeine has been my favorite player since version 0.97 but recently only vlc would play all formats of videos so I got used to it. All packages have been installed from packman. Kaffeine now crashes with...

socket(): Address family not supported by protocol
ion@apollo:~> 1 errors in postprocess string "hb:a,vb:a,dr:a"
[mpeg4 @ 0x874d700] Invalid and inefficient vfw-avi packed B frames detected
KCrash: Application 'kaffeine-xbu' crashing...
KCrash: Attempting to start /usr/lib/kde4/libexec/drkonqi from kdeinit
abort: audio_alsa_out.c:853: ao_alsa_write: Aborting.
Unable to start Dr. Konqi

VLC plays sound but no video...
VLC media player 1.1.9 The Luggage (revision exported)
Blocked: call to unsetenv("DBUS_ACTIVATION_ADDRESS")
Blocked: call to unsetenv("DBUS_ACTIVATION_BUS_TYPE")
[0x80503fc] main libvlc: Running vlc with the default interface. Use 'cvlc' to use vlc without interface.
Blocked: call to setlocale(6, "")
Blocked: call to setlocale(6, "")
Blocked: call to putenv("LANGUAGE=") .....

And mplayer crashes as well with a report that's too long to post. Well I can live without mplayer. What am I doing wrong. Accepting updates perhaps?

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OpenSUSE Multimedia :: Internal Microphone In Laptop Is Not Working After Update From 11.3 To 11.4

Jun 11, 2011

I don't know what to do. All my attempts to make changes with alsa-mixer failed.

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Fedora :: Avidemux GTK And QT Are Broken ?

Sep 5, 2009

Both Avidemux GTK and Avidemux QT are broken on two different machines after yesterday's updates.

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Software :: Avidemux Not Getting Sound

Dec 2, 2010

i have a series of flv videos and they all are pieces of one big video file i want to append them with avidemux but when i do the process open file select append and then select the following video i did that like 8 times but only the first clip in the video has sound the rest are completely mute whats going on here

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Fedora :: AAC Encoding Is Missing In Avidemux For 13?

Aug 15, 2010

First and foremost is Avidemux. Somewhere between Fedora 11, 12 and 13 Avidemux lost the capability to encode audio streams in AAC format. I've installed all pertinent packages for it and for AAC, and even though AAC is available to other programs (Banshee, SoundJuicer, etc), alas it is not in Avidemux. I read somewhere that since the newer version of Avidemux now uses a plug-in architecture, support for a lot of formats might be missing as they get ported.

I use Avidemux as usually I rip my DVDs into .mp4 files which I serve up from a Linux box at home and stream them to my PS3, or simply to load a bunch onto my laptop to watch on the move or when I'm on call at the hospital (like I am right now)...

Kind of related to this that I remember not too long ago, I was able to convert a DVD into PSP's mp4 format from DVD::Rip, IIRC directly from the application, but last time I used it, it only seems to have support for AVI, OGM and MPEG container formats. Maybe somthing changed along the way that I'm not aware of.

It looks to boil down to the fact that the package avidemux-plugins from RPMFusion is missing the necessary plugin... I'll go check why is that.

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Ubuntu :: Edit Video - Using Avidemux

Mar 2, 2010

I was able to download this ..... video and I would like to edit it using Avidemux. There are subtitles on the video but I just want to edit the subtitles if possible.

I want to take out the foul language text (subtitles). Is this possible?

Video is in mp4 another one is in flv format.

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Ubuntu :: Compiling Old Version Of Avidemux?

Nov 20, 2010

I'll try to make this short, esp because I don't know if this is the right place to discuss a 3rd party program like "Avidemux" I'm running the latest version "2.5.4" or so. It started giving me this problem where no matter what settings I give it, the resulting files are so small it results in an error after almost a day of encoding. ( "XYZ" was NOT saved correctly , for example.) One day I noticed the quantisizer was at max, peaking at 48-50...which made the files tiny. So, I can avoid this sort of, by limiting the maximum and minimum quantisizer in the configurations. Problem is, I have no control over target size or bitrate this way..and sometimes the results are still unplayable.

Naturally I've uninstalled and re-installed several times, and recompiled the x264 codecs using this guide: [URL]... So, I downloaded the Tar.gz of the previous version i was using (Avidemux 2.5.3), the last known thing I know that worked for me...but I have no idea how to install it. I've tried running "Make" / "Cmake" In which I was told that an "in-tree-build" was detected. And trying to run the included "" results in : "Permission denied" or file/command not found. I don't think their old releases come in the default Ubuntu/Unix package "deb" right?

All these could be small errors on my end, but It urks me. In between reading up, and everything else that needs to be done in a day, I could have been done by now... Does anyone know where i could be going wrong?

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