FFMPEG is a powerful command-line tool for manipulating your media files. Here are some of the FFMPEG commands you should know for managing your audio and video files.
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Nvidia’s NVENC allows the use the GPU to encode video streams so as to reduce video conversion time. Here’s how to get Nvidia’s NVENC working in Ubuntu.
FF Multi Converter is an app that allows you to convert video, audio, image and document files between several file formats on Linux. Here’s how it works.
Ever recorded a video clip and then wondered “How do I turn this entire thing into individual images?” This guide will show how to decompile videos on Linux.
Want to create animated GIFs from video files on Linux? Come learn how to cut part of a video, resize it, and tweak animations for smoothness and speed.
The new H.265 compression standard can provide substantially improved video quality at the same bit rate. Learn how you can encode H.265 video with ffmpeg.
Are you a Linux gamer looking to stream gameplay to Twitch? It is not an easy task, but with Castawesome, you can get it done easily.
Most people are unaware that you can screencast from the command line. We will show you how you can do so with the help of FFMPEG.
WebM is the new open video file format that Google created for HTML5 video. It is a combination of the VP8 video codec and Ogg Vorbis audio codec, wrapped in a Matroska container. It is free and open source, giving anyone the ability to encode videos without restrictions, and play them in supported browsers (Mozilla […]