Re: Encoder for linux
- From: darkestkhan <darkestkhan@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2011 21:34:32 +0000
2011/9/15 Carl Fink <carl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
On Fri, Sep 16, 2011 at 09:26:48AM +1000, Scott Ferguson wrote:
Anyway - upon perusal it's not powerful by Linux standards.... knowing
your chosen desktop whould simplify things.
$ apt-cache search encoder
will give you an idea of the staggering list of choices, whereas the
reference "tool" has only a limited number of codec choices.
Some possible candidates not already suggested:-
Arista, and Nautilus-Arista (Gnome)
Winff (any DE)
None of which would have occurred to me. How about ffmpeg and mencoder?
Carl Fink nitpicking@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
In my experience ffmpeg works very well, though I'm using it mostly
for converting video files to .ogv and audio files to .ogg (beside
using it to decode various audio/video files by means of glorious
vlc), never used it this way from vlc.
Feel free to CC me.
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