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Arista Transcoder You can use this software, that I always use and I think it's really good. To convert an ogv file to mp4 you should choose any Sony device.


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You can convert to audio only formats using youtube-dl itself, although it still downloads the video and then converts it. To do this, use -x or --extract-audio to the command, for example: youtube-dl -x http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0iyeUcFKRv4&feature=c4-overview&list=UU1KPy3cAAj0i0RIFC_SzjMg


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Here's what you're looking for: Handbrake. It's a fairly useful tool for what you're trying to do. To install, add the ppa ppa:stebbins/handbrake-releases to your software sources (here's how to do that) and install handbrake from the Software Center.


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There are a number video transcoders that you could use to covert mov files to different formats suitable for uploading. Handbreak is a popular one that has both a GUI and command-line version (handbrake-gtk or handbrake-cli). To use Handbreak on Ubuntu, you need to add a PPA: https://edge.launchpad.net/~handbrake-ubuntu/+archive/ppa I personally like, ...


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GStreamer is a multimedia framework used from within applications. It is not generally used directly from the command line. FFmpeg also has a set of libraries for use within applications but is mainly known for the ffmpeg command. This program can transcode media files and seems more suitable for what you want to do. To find out how to use ffmpeg, read man ...


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Try with the find command: find /media/Przenośny/transcode/* -exec transcode -J stabilize --mplayer_probe -i {} \; I have to wait ~1min after this message to see the next file to be transcoded: [decoder.c] cancelling the import threads 0:01:24, ( 4, 9| 0, 0| 6, 1) Redirecting with >> is useless as all the logs go to stderr and are pretty verbose ...


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A command line alternative to download and immediately convert to a desired format is to send a file downloaded with cclive to avconv with the cclive option --exec. Examples: Download video, then extract the audio track to keep the original encoding: cclive -f best <videolink> --exec "avconv -i '%n' -acodec copy <name>.<extension>" ...


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Handbrake is actually pretty good for what you intend to do: http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php The PPA for the software centre is here: https://launchpad.net/~stebbins/+archive/handbrake-releases It meets the following criteria: It scans DVDs for non-trivial titles It can include all the audio and subtitle tracks, although not automatically (you have to ...


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YouTube Center is excellent user script, which works accross browsers, doesn't involve bloating your OS with ton of Youtube downloaders unless you're a strictly 320 kbps person for your audio files. Besides, you have Handbrake at your disposal which involves bit of a manual work but will do exactly what you want. :)


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SoundConverter SoundConverter can transcode your music files from various locations to one location. Once you start it up, go to Edit->Preferences and edit the format, quality and output folder as you need: You can then close the preferences window and use the main interface to add your music folders (normally just ~/Music). Once it has finished ...


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Rhythmbox already has this functionality. All you need to do in order to use it is to describe your device for Rhythmbox to know its capabilities. Quote from http://live.gnome.org/Rhythmbox/FAQ : Create a .is_audio_player file on the device. You can set a few fields in this file to override the media-player-info device information like this: ...


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Amarok tries to tell what your media player can play, and if it can't handle what you are trying to put onto it, it transcodes them before transferring them to it. Banshee also can do this, but I have never had any experience with it. You can, however, choose what codec it transcodes into by going to Edit > Preferences > Encoding. In terms of scripting, ...


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For a proper Ubuntu approach I'd suggest to have a look into ffmpeg (command line). Example: ffmpeg -i infile.wmv -vn -acodec copy outfile.wma Or, if you want an MP3 file: ffmpeg -i infile.avi -vn -ar 44100 -ac 2 -ab 192 -f mp3 outfile.mp3 Also there is another PPA software called Gnac; it's a GNOME software that uses the Gstreamer media framework and ...


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A guy called Jason has released a Python script makeMKV-Autoripper that does just that. It checks the DVD/BR drive every 5 seconds and calls on MakeMKV when it detects when a DVD/B-R is inserted. It will then fetch information about the movie from IMDB, and finally rip the whole disc. I haven't tested it yet but I am planing on building a headless server ...


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A workaround is to convert to .mp4 first: avconv -i input.avi -c copy temp.mp4 avconv -i temp.mp4 -c copy output.mkv rm temp.mp4 Sadly, one cannot simply pipe the mp4 format between avconv instances: "[mp4 @ 0x80846c0] muxer does not support non seekable output"


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youtube-dl --help explains how: Post-processing Options: -x, --extract-audio convert video files to audio-only files (requires ffmpeg or avconv and ffprobe or avprobe) --audio-format FORMAT "best", "aac", "vorbis", "mp3", "m4a", ...


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My recommendation would be to install & use Ffmpeg not WinFF. sudo apt-get install ffmpeg Once Ffmpeg is installed, open Terminal and paste the command: ffmpeg -i input.mov -sameq output.mp4 Where input.mov & output.mp4 Change the filenames accordingly. That command encodes the video into an .mp4 format but keeps the same quality as the ...


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You can use Mencoder Mencoder is a companion program to the MPlayer media player that can be used to encode or transform any audio or video stream that MPlayer can read.1 To install, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command below: sudo apt-get install mencoder Or you can install it from thr Ubuntu ...


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I had a large collection of FLAC audio files and I converted them with great quality with The Mobile Media Converter Link it has advance settings and I think it worked awesomely you might wanna give it a try if ogg is not in the list of file formats you can always add it just click the button that has the name of the format and then just select add or remove ...


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ffmpeg and mencoder decimate all. i compile ffmpeg from source - there are directions for compilation on my blog here: http://aking1012.blogspot.com/2010/10/installing-ffmpeg-and-mplayer-from.html. i have only had to resort to mencoder for some oddities with a couple of ogv videos, otherwise it's ffmpeg for me. These are both command line.



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