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    Default avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    I downloaded a video(FLV format) divided up for youtube using an addon to firefox. Now, I want to make it into a dvd for experience for resume(3 parts, 6 parts). With avidemux, I get this when I load the first piece:

    H.264 detected: If the file is using B-frames as reference it can lead to a crash or stuttering.
    Avidemux can use another mode which is safe but YOU WILL LOSE FRAME ACCURACY.
    Do you want to use that mode?

    Safe mode or cancel corrupts the sound. In mswin, I have a FLV to AVI conversion utility. In suse, I have ffmpeg and can't find a gtk version. I prefer to use a GTK video conversion utility.

    Is there a way to fix it through avidemux? Else, what video conversion utility should I use to fix it for avidemux?

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    On 2011-11-09 07:56, lord valarian wrote:
    > In suse, I have ffmpeg and can't find a gtk
    > version. I prefer to use a GTK video conversion utility.


    ffmpeg is very powerful, and has several graphical frontends available. But
    they don't cover all the possibilities, in my limited experience.

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    Default avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    Quote Originally Posted by robin_listas View Post
    On 2011-11-09 07:56, lord valarian wrote:
    > In suse, I have ffmpeg and can't find a gtk
    > version. I prefer to use a GTK video conversion utility.


    ffmpeg is very powerful, and has several graphical frontends available. But
    they don't cover all the possibilities, in my limited experience.

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    I used this line, but the video turned out grainy, but the sound was fine.

    ffmpeg -i videofile.flv videofile.mpg

    I'm going to use DeVeDe to make a dvd. So, I want the original video resolution maintained. WINFF is the best front end, but there was no suse version.

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    WINFF is the best front end, but there was no suse version.
    Not so. On my openSUSE-11.4, when I type:
    Code:
    oldcpu@corei7:~> rpm -q winff
    I get:
    Code:
    winff-1.3.1-2.7.x86_64
    and when I type 'winff' I indeed get winff to launch. ... or more details:
    Code:
    oldcpu@corei7:~> rpm -qi winff
    Name        : winff                        Relocations: /usr 
    Version     : 1.3.1                             Vendor: obs://build.opensuse.org/home:enzokiel
    Release     : 2.7                           Build Date: Fri 23 Sep 2011 04:46:53 PM CEST
    Install Date: Sat 01 Oct 2011 12:27:45 AM CEST      Build Host: build27
    Group       : Productivity/Multimedia/Video/Editors and Convertors   Source RPM: winff-1.3.1-2.7.src.rpm
    Size        : 10276378                         License: GPL
    Signature   : DSA/SHA1, Fri 23 Sep 2011 04:48:15 PM CEST, Key ID e4dadb3291e6e64b
    URL         : http://code.google.com/p/winff/
    Summary     : A cross platform batch GUI for FFmpeg                                                                                                                                         
    Description :                                                                                                                                                                               
    WinFF is a GUI for the command line video converter FFMPEG.                                                                                                                                 
    It will convert most any video file that FFmpeg will convert.                                                                                                                               
    WinFF does multiple files in multiple formats at one time.
    You can for example convert mpeg's, flv's, and mov's, all into avi's all at once.                                                                                                           
    Distribution: home:enzokiel / openSUSE_11.4_Update
    My guess is you have not learned how to use the openSUSE search engine for rpms yet, and you must learn how to do this, else you are crippling your openSUSE user experience. And thats NOT GOOD.

    Take a look here: software.opensuse.org: Search Results pay attention to the 'search options'. With openSUSE-11.4 selected, be certain to ALSO select 'include user's home projects' as a search criteria.

    For example I get (for winff) : software.opensuse.org: Search Results ...

    Do NOT forget that search site (and the IMPORTANCE to select 'user's home projects' ) : software.opensuse.org: Search Results

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    I usually search yast software. I found winff and winff-qt. I used the quick install on winff. Thanks. I get an error, but I can't copy and paste the error message in winff.

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    I usually search yast software. I found winff and winff-qt. I used the quick install on winff. Thanks. I get an error, but I can't copy and paste the error message in winff.
    Does print screen work ? or is the error too big to see on one screen ? If print screen works, then post the screen image to Fast, Free Image Hosting - ImageBam and copy the BB code here for it.

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    Quote Originally Posted by oldcpu View Post
    Does print screen work ? or is the error too big to see on one screen ? If print screen works, then post the screen image to Fast, Free Image Hosting - ImageBam and copy the BB code here for it.


    I can use the file on DeVeDe, but i'm not sure if the sound will be corrupted on the burned dvd.

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    On 2011-11-13 00:06, lord valarian wrote:

    > '[image: http://thumbnails30.imagebam.com/158...158969041.jpg]'
    > (http://www.imagebam.com/image/40786d158969041)


    The error is obvious, in red. You are giving the program wrong options, and
    it says exactly what (-ab 192kb).

    -ab bitrate
    Set the audio bitrate in bit/s (default = 64k).


    Which in this case means a bug in the wrapper that calls ffmpeg.

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    >Which in this case means a bug in the wrapper that calls ffmpeg.

    Code:
    #!/bin/sh
    echo -n "\033]0; Converting Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 1 Of 3 - YouTube (1/3)\007"
    /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i "/home/alex/Videos/black holes/Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 1 Of 3 - YouTube.mp4" -acodec libmp3lame -vcodec msmpeg4  -ab 64k -b 1000kb -s 640x480 -ar 44100 "/home/alex/Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 1 Of 3 - YouTube.avi"
    echo -n "\033]0; Converting Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 2 Of 3 - YouTube (2/3)\007"
    /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i "/home/alex/Videos/black holes/Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 2 Of 3 - YouTube.mp4" -acodec libmp3lame -vcodec msmpeg4  -ab 64k -b 1000kb -s 640x480 -ar 44100 "/home/alex/Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 2 Of 3 - YouTube.avi"
    echo -n "\033]0; Converting Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 3 Of 3 - YouTube (3/3)\007"
    /usr/bin/ffmpeg -i "/home/alex/Videos/black holes/Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 3 Of 3 - YouTube.mp4" -acodec libmp3lame -vcodec msmpeg4  -ab 64k -b 1000kb -s 640x480 -ar 44100 "/home/alex/Through the Wormhole - Season 1, Episode 2 The Riddle of Black Holes Part 3 Of 3 - YouTube.avi"
    read -p "Press Enter to Continue" dumbyvar
    rm "/home/alex/.winff/ff111113162832.sh"
    WinFF uses bad defaults. I'd fix winff myself, but I don't know linux coding. So, red says 1000kb?

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    Default Re: avidemux, video conversion, opensuse 11.4, kde

    Am 13.11.2011 01:36, schrieb lord valarian:
    > WinFF uses bad defaults. I'd fix winff myself, but I don't know linux
    > coding. So, red says 1000kb?

    That has nothing to do with linux coding, it is just written in a pascal
    dialect (similar to delphi).


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