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Something like this should work: avconv -i p1.webm p2.webm -acodec copy -vcodec copy output.webm p1 and p2 are the two parts to be merged in the example above, you can have p3, p4, and so on.


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Your upgrade probably did not complete fully, because during upgrade process, third party applications are disabled till the whole process of upgrade is done. Run from terminal sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade


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A well known error which is usually resolved by uninstalling your current flash player and reinstalling the latest adobe flash player.


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Disabling hardware acceleration in Chrome settings is the workaround I'm using for now. After disabling hardware acceleration, full-screen videos work fine.


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The solution suggested by @Jordan Koplowicz is precise. Elaborate discussion about the same can be found in the link he has posted. There's another way out. Not a solution as such, but it works well. You can run any video in Firefox. After making it full screen it does not collapse. I got this from the link @Jordan Koplowicz has Shared and it works fine for ...


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I've found a half solution to the problem. If I boot with kernel-mode-setting disabled (add "nomodeset" after "GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT=" in /etc/default/grub) the color works fine. However, the intel video driver doesn't work with non-kernel mode setting, and it reverts to the vesa driver. This makes things slow and disables a lot of features. I'd still ...


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This is a duplicate question; the best answers are here: Making youtube fullscreen will freeze Unity (the whole desktop) Short answer: Upgrade to 40.0.2214.93-1, the problem isn't completely gone but it's somewhat better. Upgrade to 41 beta. Problem seems to be completely gone.


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Please try using Firefox instead of Chrome`. Though it is not a perfect solution, it works. I got this idea from a similar question posted here. (Edit 2 in this question has this suggestion). I am also waiting for a better solution for this question but for the time being, this sounds fine. found a new solution :- I tried upgrading to 40.0.2214.93 ...


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You can download 1080p using youtube-dl, but you need to do a little extra work. Usually it will only download 720p as its max even if you can see 1080p on youtube.com. Run with -F to see available formats: youtube-dl -F https://www.youtube.com/watch\?v\=-pxRXP3w-sQ 171 webm audio only DASH audio 115k , audio@128k (44100Hz), 2.59MiB ...


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First define a shell function: shortinfo() { mediainfo --Inform="General;Duration=%Duration/String3%\nFile size=%FileSize/String1%" "$@" mediainfo --Inform="Video;Resolution=%Width%x%Height%\nCodec=%CodecID%" "$@"; } Now, use this shell function on your video file. For example: $ shortinfo sample.mp4 Duration=00:00:10.027 File size=13 MiB ...


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I have the exact same issue. Personally, I sent a bug report and decided to downgrade chrome to its previous version. I did this by first downloading the 39.0.2171.99 version on http://mirror.pcbeta.com/google/chrome/deb/pool/main/g/google-chrome-stable/ Then I made sure to fully exit chrome, and run sudo dpkg -i google-chrome-stable<version>.deb ...


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Pause video file and create a playlist for it (CTRL + Y). Create a bookmark (CTRL + B). To resume watching, open the saved playlist, NOT the video file itself. That said, according to this article, VLC 3 will have a native resume feature. This feature, as described in the link I supplied, seems to already be implemented on version 2.2 of VLC in Ubuntu ...


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You could also use dmMediaConverter a free FFmpeg GUI. And you can do it without reencoding the video stream (depends on avi codec). Just grab the debs from here: http://dmsimpleapps.blogspot.ro/2014/04/dmmediaconverter.html


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You can record Video From Cheese. To install cheese open terminal and type :- sudo apt-get install cheese


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Hey sorry if this is to late, not sure if youve solved this or not but for anyone having trouble still the solution is to upgrade your linux kernel, however if you are running Chrubuntu, you will get an error since the new kernel is not compatible, to get around this you should look into Sea-Bios legacy boot, it essentially is GRUB and allows you to install ...


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If VLC doesn't play it, nothing will play it! (It's probably a corrupt file) If you could post the file itself somewhere, I could have a look at it with a hex editor, or if you would like you can do that yourself by: sudo apt-get install ghex ghex /path/to/file and then comparing the first screen you see in ghex (the header of the file) to another ...


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Part 2 : Quelle #3 Status: SUSPENDED Name: alsa_input.pci-0000_00_1b.0.analog-stereo Beschreibung: Internes Audio Analog Stereo Treiber: module-alsa-card.c Sample-Angabe: s16le 2ch 44100Hz Kanalzuordnung: front-left,front-right Besitzer-Modul: 7 Stumm: no Lautstärke: 0: 16% 1: 16% 0: -48,00 dB 1: -48,00 dB ...


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Hallo AlphD nd David Foerster, i do have the same problem. Here is what pactl list gives back while running flash application youtube : Sry but i have to split because pactl list output is to big, if you have a preffered way to show bigger logs, tell me please and i will edit my post ;-) One Add: I got a real fresh installation of ubuntu 14.10, ...


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14.10 is a version of Ubuntu with a shorter support period. Problems are solved more quickly on this version, but it also has more problems. For stability, always choose LTS versions. See this Q&A for more info. Furthermore, copy-paste or cut-paste should make no difference, however the way you remove the USB disk has an impact. If you just yank it ...


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Rename .dat file to .mpg. I hope it works. If it doesn't help install Gxine player. sudo apt-get install gxine It should work.


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In VLC, you're using the Media -> "Open Disc / Ctrl+D" option, and picking your cd player device? Trying to open a single file on a video cd usually does not work, VLC has a special way to open vcd's "all at once."


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Maybe you need some extra codecs. Try this : For i386 install codecs: sudo apt-get install w32codecs libdvdcss2 For amd64 install codecs: sudo apt-get install w64codecs libdvdcss2


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Actually, I think I can answer my own question after spending some time reading around and messing with the avconv command myself. I found that these settings seem to work perfect for what I need: avconv -i input.mp4 -c:v libvpx -qmin 20 -qmax 30 -ss 00:00:30 -t 00:01:00 -threads 2 -c:a libvorbis output.webm I realized that it was easier to just split ...


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If it is a slide show you should use Libre Office Impress. If it is just a video resembling slide show use Totem video player.


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sudo apt-get install ffmpeg This will also install the libav-tools by default


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Handbrake, Format Factory, Tenorshare Video Converter. These are good converters. You can try them. They support most formats and can convert 1080hd videos.


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You can use two cron lines like this to make a ~10 minute recording from 0755. 55 7 * * 1-5 cvlc --run-time=5 --sout file/ts:stream.mp4 htsp://@ip:9982/211 5 8 * * 1-5 sh -c "killall cvlc; cp stream.mp4 /path/to/upload" I've added 1-5 in the fifth field so it only runs Monday to Friday. VLC is hard to stop recording without actual controls. The ...


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All you need to do is turn off the hardware acceleration option in Chrome/Chromium. Settings > Advanced Settings > uncheck "use hardware acceleration when available".


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The answer to the question is to switch off the nvidia-331 and nvidia-304 drivers, and use the Nouveau driver bundled with Ubuntu instead. Most online support does not advise the Nouveau driver so I was pleasantly surprised to see that it solved the problem perfectly.


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Would you be so kind and share with us, what exactly you did to "redirect all output of .cache/thumbnails to /dev/null"? with kind regards


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First, install avconv sudo apt-get install libav-tools Next, translate via command line avconv -i filme.mp4 -c copy filme.mkv Converting this way produces a file with a similar size. We need do add extra options to define what transformations should be done to reduce space. (See avconv -h)


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Ubuntu restricted extras! It has the mp3 plugin ;)


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Download and install VLC player with one of the options provided here: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-ubuntu.html Then run it by executing this command in Terminal: vlc Then once the program is open go "Media > Convert / Save...": And in this interface which comes up click the "Add" button and locate the MP4 file which you wish to convert: ...


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You can use Handbrake. HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded video transcoder, available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows.Launchpad To install, just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command(s) below: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:stebbins/handbrake-releases sudo apt-get ...


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Well you can go to Prefences -> Video -> and enable post-processing by default with max quality, deinterlacing and choose driver for rendering. The best driver for rendering is probably madvr, but you can't run it on ubuntu. I think gl would be good enough and will use (probably) gpu acceleration, so you'll have a speed-up.


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You can right click the target file, Properties, Audio/Video but you will not get the exact framerate. To get a precise framerate you can install MediaInfo.


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When Software center doesn't help try the terminal this is where its true power lies Install all the ubuntu audio plugins using the following command: $ sudo apt-get install alsa-oss libasound2 libasound2-plugins padevchooser gstreamer0.10-pulseaudio ubuntu-restricted-extras To know about each package mentioned in the above command follow this link: ...


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In order to install video/Audio plugin using the terminal. enter :- sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras


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The FFmpeg compilation instructions you followed should not interfere with VLC, or any other packages in the repository at all, because it performs a local "installation" into your home directory and does not install to the system. "Installation" here being a debatable term since to uninstall it you simply delete the FFmpeg files in ~/bin and the ...


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Apparently, there were some issues (that I don't know the details of and am not implying any comment on) when ffmpeg was forked into libav and the package was removed from Debian. Apparently, this caused issues for some applications that were built against libav but were developed using ffmpeg. Browsing around, I also see users of other distros talking about ...


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kdenlive can do this as well: Use the Effects -> Motion -> Speed Parameters are described here: https://userbase.kde.org/Kdenlive/Manual/Effects/Motion/Speed


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I just have want to ask the same Q. I'm searching for it long time. The problem is - I did not find answer containing info, where is PAR/DAR stored in e.g. h.264 video. In video stream itself ? Or in container ? Or ... ? If someone "who knows" would take time to answer ... It would by nice. And amateur ("mine") solution ? I use AviDemux - there you can ...


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As stated here, use this straightforward tutorial on accessing the standard Youtube Cloud API, takes 10 mins to setup and gets the job done: http://www.cnx-software.com/2014/02/09/how-to-upload-youtube-videos-with-the-command-line-in-linux/ Google happens to have its own upload_video.py script, and I could make it work with some, or rather a lot of, ...



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