Audio/Video Software for Linux

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Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby dedanna1029 » 15 Mar 2010, 05:30

Just a few for those who are in need:

Audacity
Easytag
Rhythmbox
Streamtuner
Amarok

For video:
Totem
MPlayer
Tovid
FFMpeg
Mencoder
Avidemux
dvdrip
Mkvmerge GUI (along with Matroska info)

The list goes on and on...

Feel free to add to the list, and if you have issues, just holler, and we'll get you fixed up!
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Re: Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby viking60 » 15 Mar 2010, 13:07

I have been using ffmepeg a little lately in combination with gtk-recordMyDesktop. I make a nice tutorial while recording my desktop and convert it to avi with ffmpeg:

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ffmpeg -i myfile.ogv myfile.avi
and Youtube here we come :D If you like GUI's you could install winff. It makes the conversion to avi (and other formats) easy.
Here a little demonstration of the urpmi --parallel funktion in Mandriva:


And here I went bananas (If you don't have the plugin in FF open it with VLC or some other movie player):

Edit: I put the videos in a spoiler
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Re: Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby dedanna1029 » 16 Mar 2010, 01:36

viking60 wrote:Here a little demonstration of the urpmi --parallel funktion in Mandriva:
http://yfrog.us/0uparallelz

Dude, this rocks. :)

And here I went bananas (If you don't have the plugin in FF open it with VLC or some other movie player):
http://bjoernvold.com/download/mandriva.avi

I did a similar one back when I was on MDV 2008.1 (it's nowhere near as good though): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7rNP0xr9k2k
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Re: Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby viking60 » 16 Mar 2010, 04:32

WOW that was great! And I loved the music. You totally outclassed me there. :shock: Where did that modesty come from?
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Re: Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby dedanna1029 » 16 Mar 2010, 04:33

I honestly thought yours was better. :) It looked more professional, and the desktop was nicer. :)
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Re: Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby viking60 » 16 Mar 2010, 18:13

Well I think your video is so good I integrated it in this post. You can do that now with the new "youtube" button.
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Re: Audio/Video Software for Linux

Postby dedanna1029 » 16 Mar 2010, 19:29

Thanks for that. Let's see what others think; I think they'll find yours better, too. :)

Edit: Oh, btw, I put with the video info what I used to record that. gtkrecordmydesktop, and a couple other things (it's been a while, I don't remember the other things right off now).
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