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I'm recently downgraded my Ubuntu from 13.04 to 12.04.1 due to some performance issues. When I had 13.04 (and perhaps also with 12.10) I had some very useful Nautilus extension (or scripts?), namely open-as-administrator and an AV converter--could change format of video files and could even split them into individual frames and save them as .jpg, .png.

I made great use of these, but I can not seem to find them now.
I was wondering if there was a way to get them. I have searched SourceForge and Google has lead me on some goose chases, but I was wondering if there was a bleeding edge Nautilus PPA that I might be able to find them in.

I found one suggestion where you add a gnome3 ppa, but I would rather not have too many desktops on my system. I got that ppa and went to upgrade, but it wanted to add gnome3.

If what I am wanting is impossible or if I could use that ppa and only upgrade certain packages, I would really be appreciative if someone could let me know.

Thanks

I couldn't answer my own question because my reputation is not good enough, but here's my answer anyway... for those reading this, please disregard my question **

For those with similar queries:

I found the answer myself... I added the following repositories:

sudo apt-add-repository ppa:nae-team/ppa
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:nae-team/daily
sudo apt-get update

Then added the nautilus-actions-extra package from synaptic package manager and all of the extensions were there!

Thats the power of Ubuntu or any linux distro... the answers are out there and you can usually solve problems yourself!

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you can self answer, you just have to wait a bit. –  hbdgaf Jul 25 '13 at 17:33
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