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Just for forwarding latency go to SMPlayer: Preferences/Interface/Seeking/ Precise seeking and check this option off.


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You can adjust the video quality using the -qscale flag for that command. Using -qscale 1 should provide the best quality and if you do not use this flag, the result is usually terrible quality. Try using this instead: avconv -i video.mp4 -threads auto -qscale 1 -aq 1 video.ogg I've also included a flag to optimize use of multiple threads and another to ...


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If you look at the performance index of your card, it's absolutely normal that you get this kind of speed… Nothing Ubuntu can do about this! Note to low-quality reviewers: That's it!


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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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There is a way to open video files on SMB network using "nautilus" of gnome/Unity. After install nautilus, run KDE->type "nautilus" and Run nautilus. (Or make shortcut for nautilus.) There are some merits for using nautilus, first merit is it can be played just double click video files on two or more SMB network what has different user / password. No need ...


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TLDR? Ensure your CPU frequency governor is not being altered by some daemon or event-triggered script (e.g. a power management script). History (boring) I have had this problem on two different Ubuntu systems, especially when playing back h264/x264 videos. Video playback slows down, while audio continues as normal. Sometimes it catches up by itself, but ...


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you could try this which worked for me: in firefox enter the about:config page. find the entries specified below and set them as I've set them below whichs did the trick for me: media.mediasource.whitelist = false and media.mediasource.webm.enabled = true Regards, Troels


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I would advice you to use VLC, it's light with many codecs. Install it: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install vlc browser-plugin-vlc To learn how to get subtitles in VLC watch this video You need to install a VLC extension called VLSub. INSTALLATION source: click on the download save the archive and extract the file "vlsub.lua" create a directory ...


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If light on resources is your top priority, you can run your videos in a terminal with mplayer, no GUI == less resources mplayer /path/to/my/video Note: You don't have to type the videos name every time, just type mplayer and drag the videos icon on to the terminal. To choose a custom resolution, swap the -x and -y values for your resolution. -fs starts ...


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SMPlayer can be used with mplayer, mplayer2 and mpv you can manually set it to whatever you like, sometimes I do set it myself to mpv for example. Simply replace the default like on the screenshot: To use mpv which is recommended by SMPlayer simply type mpv instead of mplayer. If you don't have mpv installed you can add this ppa with the latest updates ...


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Your problem is almost certainly because you're running an older version of youtube-dl. You should uninstall the apt version with apt-get purge youtube-dl and then install it with pip instead. pip3 install youtube-dl If you don't have pip3, you can install it with, apt-get install python3-pip or see this for more help on that. The youtube-dl ...


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ppa can be found here sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install ffmpeg The following command will add an alias to your bashrc file so your user can execute youtube-dl and bash will execute youtube-dl --prefer-ffmpeg automatically to eliminate unnecessary typing in the future: echo ...


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Try the folder ~/.cache. Archive Manager/Totem probably will cache the video files there as Totem and most other media players need to be able to read from the file directly. Archive Manager does usually place temporary files in beginning with .fr or fr (fr for file-roller probably). File roller also leaves these temporary folders in other places (usually ...


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Using find and gawk Install gawk sudo apt-get install gawk Go into your folder or replace the . after the find command with your foldername, eg: find ~/my_video_duplicates f -iname … Test the command The command below shows only the remove candidates find . -type f -iname "*_8000.mp4" -print0 | \ while read -d $'\0' file; do \ gawk -F_ '{ \ ...


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Using the Bash Shell [ -f "file" ] checks whether a filename exists, and is an ordinary file (e.g. not a directory or symbolic link) "${name/%x/y}" replaces the suffix x of $name with y. Therefore to delete xxx_yyy_720_3800.mp4 only if xxx_yyy_720_8000.mp4 exists, where xxx and yyy are identical in each case, for all *_*_720_3800.mp4 in the current ...


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Fixed Had to update Mplayer through the ppa here launchpad.net/~mc3man/+archive/ubuntu/mplayer-test Also added the PPA for Smplayer as well. but before doing, removed the previous mplayer sudo apt-get purge mplayer2 sudo apt-get purge mplayer Reintalled and all working now


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How to find and clean such malware in ubuntu ? It could be crapware and not malware (ie. you somewhere agreed on it being started). The 2 generic places to check on this if it only happens in 1 browser: Check extensions; Check settings, the values set at "on startup"; If it is cross browser check with ps -ef | grep $USER | more if you can spot ...



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