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    Default Movie converter for Linux?

    Hello, I am looking to convert files so that they can be used on a DVD. Does anyone know of a good application I can use? which is GUI.

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    Default Re: Movie converter for Linux?

    GUI? I don't even know who GUI is.

    But when you want to create movie stuff to be burnt on a DVD and play it in your DVD player all you need is mplayer/mencoder, dvdauthor and growisofs. There are some nice shell scripts around to launch those three with the right options.
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    Try qdvdauthor from repo

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    Default Re: Movie converter for Linux?

    There are many available on Packman (and in the Packman repository): PackMan :: openSUSE 3rd party packages such as 2ManDVD, dvdspanky, dvdwizard, gAny2DVD, gdvdcretor, kdvdauth, kmediafactory, KDVDCreator, mandvd, tovid ....

    Me? I do not use any of those (except maybe tovid a bit). I typically run dvdauthor directly, but that requires one to manually create one's own dvdauthor.xml file, which most people are not into creating.

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    mandvd and dvdstyler

    zypper se dvd

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    Default Re: Movie converter for Linux?

    I use devede. It is available in the Packman repo.

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    There is also an interesting addon in firefox that use ffmpeg or mencoder.
    Download Helper

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