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First make sure that you have FFmpeg and the extra codecs installed. Under Xenial Xerus this command should suffice: sudo apt-get install ffmpeg libavcodec-extra Under Trusty Tahr this guide should be followed: FFmpeg Trac: Compilation Guide Ubuntu Then for either Trusty or Xenial the following command will convert your input video to lossless H.264 ...


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both solutions worked, setting x11 for video (smplayer) and disabling overlay. Thanks @Ritesh Puj and @freedeb


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Just had a similar issue on 16.04 with Vivaldi. Sites to check Video playback: Quirksmode Youtube HTML5 Test Page (www.youtube.com/html5) Install the libffmpeg library: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra Revisit step 1 and test. For Vivaldi snapshot, but maybe similar to other browsers: cd /usr/lib/...


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It helped me to use 20-intel.conf from this repository & updating firmware: https://github.com/linuxenko/ubuntu-skylake-i915-video-fix Installing kernel 4.6 alone didn't help, I rolled back to 4.4.


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You can create the file with any text editor, using sudo to obtain administrative permissions e.g. sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf Then simply paste the contents in, and save. If you want to use a GUI-based editor such as gedit, then make sure to add the -H parameter for the reasons described here Why should users never use normal sudo to start graphical ...


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I still don't know what is the problem but in one of facebook groups someone helped me to solve the problem paste this on the address bar> chrome://flags click enable on Override software rendering list Mac, Windows, Linux, Chrome OS, Android


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Finally, only the solution I found was revert back to older kernel 4.2.xxxx. All the newer kernels I have tried are causing abovementioned troubles for me.


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Handbrake seems like a suitable solution for your needs if you want to transcode the movies and make them smaller in size. You should be able to install it from Ubuntu's Software Center or you can install it from the terminal by typing the following (if sudo asks for a password enter the one of the user you're currently logged in with): sudo apt-get update ...


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I had a problem with my new GoPro Hero, could not see pictures or video from the sd card, I tried everything. Used a different computer (both with Ubuntu 16.04) and everything worked great. The only difference was the one that worked did NOT have VLC installed. Pulled up the photos with Imageviewer, and the video with Videos (Totem). Went back to the ...


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You can alter the required input video settings in vlc for your youtube clip either locally with the command line or globally with the gui: 1. Altering input video by command line: You can request a specific video size from youtube from the commandline by using the --preferred-resolution option. This has the bonus of not changing vlc global settings, so ...


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You can check what versions are available to you with sudo apt-cache madison ^packagename Replace "packagename" with the package you're trying to downgrade. Then, sudo apt-get remove packagename Then install the package with the version you want: sudo apt-get install packagename=1.2\* Replace the version number with the one you want. Using the \* is a ...


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They are preinstalled. You don't need to worry.


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I know you didn't ask about Ubuntu 16.04, but I can confirm that the PS2 Eyetoy camera works out-of-the-box on that version. I checked to see if it was detected with: lsusb which returned: Bus 002 Device 006: ID 054c:0155 Sony Corp. and then used Cheese Webcam Booth to test the picture. PS. These cameras have a manual focus ring on the front, took me ...


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Simply changing Hardware decoding from VDPAU video decoder to VA-API video decoder via X11 in Input / Codecs > Video Codec > FFmpeg solves the problem.


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there is a script that copies the needed 20-intel.conf file and the newest intel firmware: http://www.linux-onlineshop.de/forum/index.php?page=Thread&threadID=317 It is in german, but you can see what it does there and make the same!


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A bash wrapper script that prompts for the format, which includes all available renditions, including audio-only, video-only, etc: youtube-dl -F "$*" read -p "Please enter the desired quality # " FORMAT youtube-dl -f $FORMAT "$*"


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The steps you need to follow, as ~Fuhrer707 details, are: Install User Agent Overrider Firefox add-on (https://addons.mozilla.org/en-gb/firefox/addon/user-agent-overrider/) Set the user agent to Windows / Edge Restart Firefox Go to web.skype.com Allow access to microphone and notifications Make a Skype test call and adjust audio levels based on the ...


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Yes, avi files stored on the memory card can be played from the video scope. Tried and it worked.



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