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31 Must-Have FFmpeg Commands for Beginners

This post introduces 31 most commonly used FFmpeg commands with examples to perform various tasks, including converting media formats, trimming videos, etc.
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15 Examples of Different Usages of ffmpeg

ffmpeg is an excellent tool. It’s a complete video editor via the command line. It was created by Fabrice Bellard, the same creator who built QEMU and QuickJS, the engine behind JSLinux. In addition to the conventional conversion commands that we use on a daily basis, let’s see 15 more utilities that can be good for you in many cases. […]

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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: January 16th, 2022

This week has been really great for Linux news and releases. We kicked off with a new major Firefox release, pre-orders of the PinePhone Pro Linux smartphone for everyone, and a new GNU Linux-libre kernel for those who want to build a 100% free computer without any proprietary code or drivers. We also got a […]

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FFmpeg 5.0 “Lorentz” Released with New Encoders, Decoders, Muxers, and More

Coming about nine months after the release of FFmpeg 4.4 “Rao”, FFmpeg 5.0 “Lorentz” is here to introduce several new encoders and decoders, such as the ADPCM IMA Westwood encoder, ADPCM IMA Acorn Replay decoder, Apple Graphics (SMC) encoder, MSN Siren decoder, GEM Raster image decoder, speex decoder, bitpacked encoder, as well as VideoToolbox ProRes […]

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FFmpeg Command Tutorial For Beginners

This guide explains how to use FFmpeg multimedia framework to do various audio, video transcoding and conversion operations with examples.
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Video Trimmer Quickly Trims Videos

Let’s say you simply wish to trim a piece of footage, you might want to consider Video Trimmer. It’s software written in Rust and uses FFmpeg for performing the trimming. The software’s video preview relies on GStreamer.
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How to install FFmpeg with NVIDIA GPU acceleration on Linux

Want to use ffmpeg to accelerate video encode and decode with an NVIDIA GPU on Linux? Try this tutorial which explains how to install and configure ffmpeg with NVIDIA hardware acceleration on Linux.
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How to Convert Videos to WhatsApp Video Format with FFmpeg in Linux

Use this one-liner ffmpeg command to easily convert any videos to WhatsApp-supported video format in Linux.
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How to Install FFmpeg in Linux

The post How to Install FFmpeg in Linux first appeared on Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides .FFmpeg is one of the best multimedia frameworks that contains various tools for different tasks. For example, the ffplay is a portable media player tha…

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