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Sometimes when you install Ubuntu some packages are not installed out of legal issues. This might fix sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras sudo apt-get install libdvdread4 And run , sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread4/install-css.sh


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I think the best answer to your question could be Kdenlive, that's the only what I can suggest for Ubuntu/Linux. Kdenlive is an intuitive and powerful multi-track video editor, including most recent video technologies. And there are two ways you can install it from: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install kdenlive This will install the latest release ...


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Figured it out, I tried apt-get install nvidia-current and it never worked, then i realized i had to type sudo apt-get install nvidia-current. that worked and all is good now


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That sounds like a similar problem I had when I updated my kernel. Try this fix. As a result, my problem was solved and the "Sleep Mode" works without problems.


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My browser is Firefox 37.0.1 and I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 LTS I have numerous quality options available ranging from 144p all the way up to 1080p in the browser. All I've ever needed to do is install Adobe Flash plugin from the software center here: If this solution doesn't work for you, drop a comment letting me know and include the output I requested and ...


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That is because Flash player is not supported for Firefox in Linux any more or at least the latest version. To solve your problem you can either use Google Chrome or Chromium-browser with Pepper Flash Plugin. If you still want to use Firefox then do the following steps sudo add-apt-repository ppa:skunk/pepper-flash sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ...


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Actually google automatically define this according to you internet speed. There is nothing to setup manually by users.


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First things that comes to my mind: For playing games - you know Steam came to Linux also we have Wine. For heavy programs that require 3D acceleration like Blender. For watching 4k HD Movies. Newer desktop environments like KDE and Unity offer advanced look and feel of the OS when you tweak the settings but for that you need good GPU. Generally if you ...


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Some people have had success with this: I thought I'd let Ubuntu use more cache... Try this: (In the terminal) sudo gedit /etc/apt/apt.conf.d/70debconf Then put this code: APT::Cache-Limit "100000000"; on that file and then save it Next type this code on your terminal sudo apt-get clean && sudo apt-get update ...


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I ran into the same problem with Intel Corporation Broadwell-U Integrated Graphics (rev 09) after a dist-upgrade to 14.10 and kernel 3.17.4 (multistream support). Interacting with affected windows (moving, mouse-over) restores the missing chars.


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Depending on the kind of on-the-fly video-editing you want to do, the easiest way to do this would be to transcode on the fly... Let's say that you want to add a simple watermark onto a video, then you take the video, stream it, capture the stream, add the watermark and re-stream it. (off course above example is so simple that you can just do it with the ...


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I Kazam with Linux Mint which is somewhat similar to Ubuntu. On my system I had two problems: Terrible sound quality and very very low volume. No matter that I chose the Sennheiser headset, it always reverted to the on-board one I had to reboot my PC after inserting the USB headset.


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It seems Google Chrome is not as good as it was only four months ago. Not many months ago, perhaps August of last year, back when Firefox became hopelessly problematic, I became an outspoken advocate of using the Google Chrome browser. Since then I've encountered unexplained total lockups of Google Chrome, and in later discussions discovered that both my ...


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I've got the same problem in Xubuntu 14.04. Some videos are being played extremely fast in both mplayer and smplayer. Thanks for your workaround with ''-fps'' parameter, now I am able to play the weird videos with correct speed via: mplayer -fps `exiftool *.MOV | grep -i "frame rate" | cut -d : -f 2` *.MOV


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The package Caffeine solves this exact problem. It installs an indicator at the top right portion of the top menu, where time and battery is located. And you can enable it before playing full screen videos and during that time, it will not dim. After watching the movie or video, disable it again, to get the dimming functionality back. In order to install ...


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Ok, it would be nice to have something in the preferences menu, but I found flash-player-properties in terminal. that launches the configuration menu in debian, when I go home in a few hours, I will test it in Ubuntu. ::Home sweet Home:: ok, well its wasn't in there by default as part of the package which installed via the software center, and sudo apt-get ...


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You can change your settings here


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Oops... I forgot -y in my bash script, so it was endlessly waiting for the authorization to overwrite the previous file. Sorry. Hopefully, this mistake will be helpful to others. ;-)


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It should work if you supply the full path for the ffmpeg and avconv commands. You can get this by running which, e.g., which ffmpeg. I don't have either of those programs installed on my server but I suspect that avconv is in the PATH used by cron while ffmpeg isn't.


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It is possible but very hard to accomplish, firstly you are able to setup multiple monitors as a single large monitor using Xinerama, now for the hard part, you need a video capture card that is compatible with Linux, Blackmagic cards are the most recognised brand which has support for Linux, however you need to compile the DeckLink SDK and develop a setup ...


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Perhaps consider moving to an up to date FFmpeg using this guide: Compile FFmpeg on Ubuntu, Debian, or Mint but using the git libvpx instead of using the release version 1.3.0: mkdir $HOME/git_libvpx && cd $HOME/git_libvpx && \ git clone http://git.chromium.org/webm/libvpx.git && \ cd libvpx && \ ./configure --enable-vp8 ...


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To be more precise,It is just small marginal tearing during high motion video correct? If so, I recently had this problem on Ubuntu and fixed it via compiz settings (setting v sync to blank and undirecting full screen windows). It is to my understanding that Xubuntu uses its own compositing/window manager so I wouldn't be awfully much help, but if you try ...


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There are two different fixes that I've found. If I sudo apt-get install fglxr instead of just relying on the the Additional Drivers gui then it seems to work. This method has the downside of VDPAU not working. It complains of a missing nvidia file which is obviously a contradiction as it's an AMD card. If I use the OS driver the vdpau works but the ...


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You can use the following script to know Total Duration of all video files in a Directory recursively. I have used avprobe in the following script which comes with libav-tools Install libav-tools as, sudo apt-get install libav-tools Save the script as get_video_duration.sh(say). Give it execution permission from a terminal as chmod u+x ...


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First install mediainfo with: sudo apt-get install mediainfo You can now use the following oneliner to get the total video time of a directory: find . -type f -exec mediainfo --Inform="General;%Duration%" "{}" \; 2>/dev/null | awk '{s+=$1/1000} END {h=s/3600; s=s%3600; printf "%.2d:%.2d\n", int(h), int(s/60)}' The find command will call mediainfo ...


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You need to modify a file installed by the Read text extension, espeak_read_text_file.py. First locate this file on your system: $ sudo updatedb $ locate espeak_read_text_file.py /home/sylvain/.config/libreoffice/4/user/extensions/tmp/extensions/lukglria.tmp_/read_text.0.8.20.oxt/python/espeak_read_text_file.py ...



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