I've been having trouble with this because I'm new to Linux:
I would like to convert different video formats to ogv. I found some terminal commands like this:
ffmpeg -i input.avi -acodec libvorbis -ac 1 -b 768k output.ogg
The problem with these type of commands is that they are intended to change bit rate, fps, or even resolution. I would like to just change the file format without changing anything else about the video.
I looked at the man pages for
ffmpeg and found some useful info but I don't know how to space command-line options.
Are there any easy ways to do this? In addition, is there a command to change the bit rate so that it doesn't go over a certain rate?