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Can I change a video resolution (say, from 640x480 to 320x240)?

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At ubuntuforums there's a thread talking about avidemux, I did a search in the wiki for "resolution" but I found nothing about how to change it. Does any one already used it?

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ffmpeg Install ffmpeg

Sorry to write the same againg, but ffmpeg can do this easily too

ffmpeg -i input.mpeg -s 320x240 output.mpeg

There are felt one million additional options to change the output format. These can also be combined

ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -s 320x240 output.mpeg
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Thanks! I did a search for "resolution", but I see now it's called "size" in the ffmpeg manual! =) –  Tom Brito Oct 10 '11 at 18:44
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It's indeed a pain to read the lengthy ffmpeg documentation, mainly because you can do so much with this brilliant tool (you almost forget it has no GUI) ;) –  Takkat Oct 10 '11 at 18:47
    
It has winFF, but it don't work so well.. –  Tom Brito Oct 11 '11 at 13:07

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