Ubuntu Multimedia :: Recommend Good Program For Editing MP3 Files?

Apr 30, 2010

Can someone recommend a good program for editing MP3 files? I need to shorten/fade in/fade out some tracks. Cool Edit Pro does nothing via VirtualBox!

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Fedora :: Can Anyone Recommend A Good And Free UML Program?

Aug 24, 2011

Can anyone recommend a good and free UML program? I've been googling and the only thing that really caught my attention is Visual Paradigm.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Recommend Good Id3tag Batch?

Sep 1, 2011

I am missing in my natty some good tool to operate on id3 tags of my mp3. - Could you recommend one that you are/were using ? I don't use Rhythmbox or Banshee and need other, an "external" tool. Alternatively, it could be plugin for Audacious (v2.5) but it needs to have at least elements of batch processing as I have large and messy and hairy and greasy music collection to be sorted out

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Recommend A Good Player For A Large (~900GB) Music Collection?

May 7, 2011

i've recently installed 11.04 and am giving banshee a shot. it seems pretty good although has crashed a few times. but when i import my music folders (about 900GB, 175,000 items .. and growing..) it takes days. that's not such a big problem because it only needs to be indexed once, i assume, ... but the UI is very slow now - so that clicking on an album can take several seconds to bring up the tracklist. also typing into the search box there is a large delay before the matches are shown. is this just to be expected for such a large db? i recall i had google desktop indexing and returning results almost immediately back on winblows.. other ones i have tried include rhythmbox , amarok, songbird .. but have not found any of them to be stable and simple enough to my liking.

can anyone recommend a good player , my essential requirement is a fast and efficient indexing - with tag support would be grand, but just based on filenames is ok too. drag and drop into a play queue like rhthmbox had would be nice.

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Hardware :: Recommend A Good Remote Control?

Sep 28, 2010

recommend a good remote control that i can use to control things like vlc, boxee, rhythmbox i have ubuntu 10.04

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General :: Recommend Good Remote Control To Buy To Use With Mythtv?

Feb 20, 2010

Can anybody recommend a good remote control to buy to use with mythtv?

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OpenSUSE Hardware :: Recommend Good All Round Flatbed Scanner

Oct 3, 2010

Can anyone recommend a good all round flatbed scanner, (for 11.3)?Main use would be for document scanning, but should be able to cope with photos occasionally.

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Software :: Need To Transfer Huge Number Of Files - Good FTP Program?

Oct 26, 2009

I need to transfer some massive amount of data (2.5terrabyte, many files, directory structure) to a embedded raid-box which has a minimal linux on it (some custom distro from western digital). We tried rsync (version 2.6.7), but it crashes because the filelist is too big for the ram available (fixed in later versions of rsync, but I don't know how to update, it's not debian based and there are no compiler tools). We tried nfs, but the max bandwidth produced is around 1 mb/sec (cpu bound?), so it'd take around 3 weeks this way. Samba has problems with big files (and we have some 20gb files in there).

SCP isn't installed, and would probably also be cpu bound due to encryption I think. So the only option left would be ftp, we're currently trying using ncftp with the command "put -R /path/to/data/" , but it's been running for over an hour, eating up most of the ram, and not using any bandwidth. I think it is still building a file list or something. FTP already worked for a single 20gb file with acceptable bandwidth of about 12mb/sec. Does anyone know a better ftp program (for console) that can start transferring some data or at least display an estimated time for the copy-preperation?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: What May Be Good CD / DVD Label Printing Program Or Utility

Aug 20, 2010

I am in need of some input as to what may be a good cd/dvd label printing program or utility.I have used nero and surething on windows. I already tried glabel, the only template it has is for doulble sheet cd/dvds.I am looking for a single template or instructions for making labels in gimp or inkscape.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Any Video Editing Program That Can Save To Uncompressed File Formats

Aug 4, 2011

I would like to ask if there is any video editing program that can save to uncompressed file formats.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Simple Midi Editing Program Similar To Jazz++ Or Anvil Studio?

May 20, 2011

Stupid browser froze up when I tried to submit this before... *sigh* Anyway, is there a simple midi editor that that isn't Rosegarden and doesn't require JACK? Something would simply let me load a Soundfont, and then edit and export a multi-track midi file without a bunch of other stuff you have to do?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Editing Quicktime .mov Files?

Jun 4, 2010

I created a quicktime .mov movie file in iMovie on a Mac (that is not available anymore) and I want to 1) play & 2) edit the movie. I'd be happy to use a different format if I can figure out how to change it. Has anyone else done this?

Edit: If you skip down to post #16 you'll see I discovered it actually isn't a matter of editing a .mov file, but it turns out I don't have a properly exported quicktime .mov file. Instead I have (I'm not sure but I think its iMovie ver. 4.) 1) an .iMovieProj text file that lists the cuts by frame in and frame out, 2) an .mov file that isn't the complete file I thought it was and 3) a folder of all the clips that are in Apple's Quicktime DV format. In this thread people taught me about transcoding from the Apple's Quicktime DV format to liberated formats easier to work with. Given this knowledge and since I have a list of the cuts I'm asking if people could recommend a Linux video editor that would be easy to enter the tedious frame in, frame out info so I could reassemble the video.

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Ubuntu :: Good Free Photo Editing Software Available?

Nov 19, 2010

Is there a good free photo editing software avialable for XUbuntu. I have quite a low powered laptop with Xubuntu. Am also interested to know how the they compare with any free windows versions as I also have dual boot.

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General :: Looking For Good Video Editing Software

Jan 19, 2010

When i first heard that the the effects for the movie Avatar was made with Linux i was shocked. i didn't even know that linux can do that.Anyway, i am wondering which is the best video editing software for linux? (free/paid) What did they use to make avatar..? Can a serious video editing be really done on a linux machine?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Video Editing Software To Concatenate Mpg Files?

May 14, 2011

I searched a bit, but got overwhelmed by what I got.

I have a number of mpg files which I would like to concatenate to each other so I get one big file. I know how to do this with the cat command code...

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Fedora :: Video Editing Software With Good Functionality?

Feb 23, 2010

Is there any software in the fedora repos that can be used to edit videos? I tried kdenlive but it crashed randomly. Avidemux is stable but with little functionality. Cinelerra is supposed to be good but I couldn't find it in the repos.

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General :: Software Recommend Program For Making A Bootable ISO File

Feb 26, 2011

I have Windows XP as an ISO file on a USB stick and want to make it bootable.Which Linux software do you recommend for doing that?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Finding A Program That Converts AVI Files To VOB Files?

May 23, 2011

Is there a program for Ubuntu that converts AVI files to VOB files? This is the only type of file that will burn to a DVD and successfully play on my DVD player. I can use DVD Flick on Windows but I'm sure this can't be the only way. There has to be a way to get VOB files on an Ubuntu operating system.

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Ubuntu Networking :: Get Good Ftp Program?

Mar 11, 2010

Anyone know of a good ftp program or best way to do this on ubuntu 9.10?

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Ubuntu :: Good OS Backup Program?

Jul 16, 2010

Ok, Noobe to Ubuntu, recently installed Lucid, did all the updates, Got my UT 99 loaded and working natively with TeamSpeak 3 (yea, even the sound works now) ... I really like the setup I have now. Can some one recommend a good backup program to use that will "completely" backup my current system "as installed"? I have installed "Back in Time", and it seems really easy to use, but I'm looking for something similar to (sorry have to say it "Windows System Restore").

I've tweaked and tweaked, updated my ALSA drivers, working openAL and got the latest ATI driver installed for my ATI 5770 ... even got a Xfi linux beta working from Creative (that was fun).. Something user friendly too, I'm learning, but still very new to Linux/commandline/Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu :: Want A Good Database Program

Sep 1, 2011

Best one I've found so far is Glom, but it's extremely hard to use, anyone know of one better?

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Ubuntu :: Need Good GUI Encryption Program

Jan 22, 2009

I am running Ubuntu 8.04 and 8.10. I want a good GUI encryption/decryption program.

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Ubuntu :: Best Non-linear Video Editing Program?

Jan 14, 2010

i tried kdenlive but it conflicts with pidgin and rhytmbox

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Recommend A Streaming Method?

Nov 15, 2010

I have access to a video stream that is only available in certain areas. I would like to re-broadcast this stream to other users. What method would you suggest? I tried using WebCamStudio but that method basically records my desktop and the video quality degrades to the point of being unable to view it clearly. I've seen some pretty clear re-broadcast streams on justin.tv or ustream, but typically when I ask the operator they're using some type of Windows software. Does anyone have a suggestion for doing this on Ubuntu? Does anyone here do any live streams or re-broadcasts using Ubuntu, or any Linux-based distro?

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Recommend An Audio Player?

Jun 26, 2011

I'm looking at dumping Rhythmbox for a new player on my netbook. I've tried Banshee which seemed good, apart from being quite sluggish (mono?).

Rhythmbox is now dead development wise I think aswell.

Exaile looks interesting, and I've heard good things about Clementine (although may be sluggish as its qt4)

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Cant Edit Raw Files With Any Program?

Apr 15, 2010

I haven't put this in the forums for any of the separate programs, because im having the same problem in all of them, im thinking maybe its a problem elsewhere?I recently got a Canon DSLR. It can save in Raw format, I use this function. Canons Raw format is "Whatever.CR2"F spot viewer and all editor programs see then and 'preview' them with no problem. The images appear to have no problem until you load them into GIMP (with UFRAW) UFRAW standalone, RAWStudio etc.

They load, but only as a small vertical rectangle. Often very purple in colour.I thought maybe it was something wrong with just the way it looked, so I just loaded one, went save as (a jpeg) and then loaded it up, it loaded as a small picture of the same purple-haze bar.Have I done something wrong? I googled it, downloaded UFRaw, even Ubuntu studio, same problem before and after studio installation. All these programs claim to read raw images.Just as an example, In RawStudio:I load up the folder of raw images. I can see all the images clearly with no problems in the preview slider up top. I can scroll through them and see them all no problem. When I click on one, it loads in the editing box as some weird bar (always vertical in orientation) often faintly resembling part of the photo but with seriously acid trip colours. Eg massive purple hazes, green everything etc.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Unpacking RAR Files - No Associated Program?

Oct 23, 2010

I have just installed mythbuntu and my drivers for the tv card are in a compressed .rar folder. I have installed rar and unrar from the synaptic repository. Still when I click on it, it has no program associated with rar files. When I search the drop down menu for applications I can't find it there either. What can I do?

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Ubuntu :: Good Lightscribe Program For 9.04 64bit

Apr 23, 2010

What is a Good Lightscribe Labeling Program for Ubuntu 9.04 64-bit? I installed LIGHTSCRIBE SIMPLE LABELER but it's the biggest piece of crap program, you can't even set the Font Size, all it allows you to do is set the Font. I'm not a Linux Expert so I need a program that is easy to install and does not require compiling or complex manual installation with multiple command line text commands (unless I can cut and paste). I'm still confused by the complex Linux directory structure I have no idea where or what my home directory is or how to get to it from a terminal window / command line prompt.

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Ubuntu :: Good Remote Desktop Program?

Jul 30, 2010

I am looking for remote desktop software that will allow me to not only view this particular desktop from miles away but send files back and fourth between the two computers. any ideas?

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Ubuntu :: Editing Root Owned Folders With A User Program?

Apr 10, 2011

I'm using the IDE Netbeans (text editor) on my /home/michael Ubuntu account. I'm trying to open a file with Netbeans that's owned by root, I can't do this as I expected. So is there a way to run NetBeans as root, or is there a way to give netbeans permission to open/save files owned by root

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