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Converting videos in Ubuntu using FFMPEG

May 12, 2011, 10:03 (0 Talkback[s])


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"If you are a multimedia junkie and felt it your karma to convert tons of videos and music to popular formats, then FFMPEG is the right tool for you. FFmpeg is a free video converter and so much more.

"It can be found in the default Ubuntu repository and also comes pre-installed in most other distro's. It's an open source project that contains an infinite number of libraries, the most noticeable among them is the libavcodec (for encoding and decoding of the audio and video data ) and libavformat( mux demux library)."

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