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I do not use Facebook so I am not sure but I guess it is because of the lack of H.264 codec support on Firefox. Try to install the FFmpeg plugin for GStreamer : sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/gstffmpeg-keep sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg


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the problem is with the YouTube HTML5 player, I had the same problem and fixed at by installing flash plug-in. then go to this link and choose to disable the html5 player if it's still the default. Afterwards, it should look like this:


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HTML5 is usually better (particularly security wise), just Youtube's implementation uses Media Source Extensions, which is available in Firefox but disabled by default currently: Why you can’t play 1080p or 480p YouTube HTML5 videos in Firefox anymore - Nov 5 2013 no option for 1080p youtube - Jan 25 2015 How to get 1080p in Youtube’s HTML5 player in ...


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Try the pre installed empathy messaging cliant, it can do video calls based on, Google Talk, Jabber and sip. Noticed you have Kubuntu so sudo apt-get install empathy There is also,ekiga,it has a good review in software center, here is its description H.323 and SIP compatible videoconferencing and VoIP/IP-Telephony application that allows you to ...


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Instead of searching for a gameplay recorder, you should search for a screen recorder. I found these two as the first two results in a Google search. Here's a good one: https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/oneiric/gtk-recordmydesktop/ -- audio and video capture Also, this is probably a duplicate of: How to create a screencast?


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The app that i use and love for game-play recording is SimpleScreenRecorder. it's low on resources, and records video and sound, and is it's name suggests it's very simple to use. To install simpleScreenRecorder go to a terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+T then copy past this commands sudo add-apt-repository ppa:maarten-baert/simplescreenrecorder sudo ...


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I don't know how to get the filename of just the first file in the directories. ls dir/ | sort -n | head -1 works in the terminal, but not in a script. You may want to re-write: for DIR in (ls -d */); do 1STFILE=(ls $dir/ | sort -n | head -1) as for DIR in (ls -d */) do 1STFILE=$(ls $DIR | sort -n | head -1) Is there a way to make ...


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If you wanna try/determine hardware acceleration for video playback you should install: apt-get install libva-intel-vaapi-driver vainfo Then run: vainfo You'll see supported acceleration modes. Then, IMHO, the best player to try is mpv: mpv -vo vaapi -hwdec=vaapi some_video.mkv In player output you'll se if acceleration is working by Using hardware ...


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This command will create a video that displays the picture for the duration of the supplied audio file: ffmpeg -loop 1 -i picture.png -i audio.ogg -shortest output.mpeg Add extra goodies as desired.


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Install ubuntu-restricted-extras with the following command, It may help: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras



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