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I recommend SMPlayer it's my fav. it's got Youtube browser built-in. sudo add-apt-repository ppa:rvm/smplayer sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install smplayer smtube smplayer-themes smplayer-skins Alternative is Youtube Viewer. P.S. Because of Google policies and restrictions if you can't play VEVO videos for now this is how it's gonna be.
the best software for your usage willl be Handbrake. It is a very advanced software with lots of options for you to choose. As shown in image you can set any value of width or height of video, in your case height=480p Installation download deb from here. (easy way to go, but you wont get updates) or go by PPA ( for Ubuntu 14.10 and previous versions; ...
Generally the open source video driver works well for most applications that are not using the video card a lot, but there is also the proprietary NVidia driver you can install through Software and Updates -> Additional Drivers and unless the card you choose is very recent (in which case it could be unstable without updates) there should be no problem at ...
All Nvidia cards have drivers for Ubuntu. And there are lots of Nvidia cards with DVI and VGA outputs. You can buy any of those.
Here is what you are looking for: ffmpeg -i 5.mp4 -strict -2 Parkford-05.mp4 or ffmpeg -i 5.mp4 -strict experimental Parkford-05.mp4 trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/AAC also trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Encode/AAC#NativeFFmpegAACencoder Additionally, if the file is named "5.mp4" but is not actually an mp4 file, the use of the mp4 extension in the name can ...
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