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I think the best answer to your question could be Kdenlive, that's the only what I can suggest for Ubuntu/Linux. Kdenlive is an intuitive and powerful multi-track video editor, including most recent video technologies. And there are two ways you can install it from: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install kdenlive This will install the latest release ...


Get newer versions of libmlt6 and libmlt++3. cd $(mktemp -d) wget https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/libmlt%2B%2B3_0.9.2%2Bgit20141027-1_amd64.deb wget https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+archive/primary/+files/libmlt6_0.9.2%2Bgit20141027-1_amd64.deb Then use sudo dpkg -Oi *deb to unpackage and install. This worked for me on Ubuntu 14.10 ...


It is possible but very hard to accomplish, firstly you are able to setup multiple monitors as a single large monitor using Xinerama, now for the hard part, you need a video capture card that is compatible with Linux, Blackmagic cards are the most recognised brand which has support for Linux, however you need to compile the DeckLink SDK and develop a setup ...


It should work if you supply the full path for the ffmpeg and avconv commands. You can get this by running which, e.g., which ffmpeg. I don't have either of those programs installed on my server but I suspect that avconv is in the PATH used by cron while ffmpeg isn't.


My browser is Firefox 37.0.1 and I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS I have numerous quality options available ranging from 144p all the way up to 1080p in the browser. All I've ever needed to do is install Adobe Flash plugin from the software center here: If this solution doesn't work for you, drop a comment letting me know and include the output I requested and ...


Why not a terminal. This is not rocket science. You will not be happy with Linux, if you never want to use a terminal. You could use youtube-dl. Open a terminal an run these commands: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install youtube-dl For a GUI: sudo apt-get install youtube-dlg Run the GUI version ...


OK, I found mpv (a fork of mplayer) which does everything I wanted and carried all the good UI qualities from mplayer2. To enable vaapi support, run it with mpv --vo=vaapi --hwdec=vaapi file.mkv or add vo=vaapi hwdec=vaapi to ~/.config/mpv/mpv.conf.

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