Tag Archives: ffmpeg

Cutting audio or video using ffmpeg

If you have installed ffmpeg on your linux box with dependencies installed as well, it is easy to cut video clips out of the original video using ffmpeg. This is useful when creating clips from your favorite movie scenes. It … Continue reading

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Converting video format using ffmpeg

This is rather a quick and dirty post about converting a video format into another. I have this one awesome movie/series in mp4 format. Using Linux and ffmpeg, it is fairly easy to convert this into a AVI format so … Continue reading

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Battle for Wesnoth on Slackware 14.0

Been a long time player of Battle for Wesnoth on my old laptop. It was a pretty good turn-based game with story-line almost the same with the “Lord of the Rings”. Today, I finally installed in on my newer laptop … Continue reading

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Screencasting on Slackware Linux using ffmpeg

So I have this Slackware 14.0 and via sbopkg, I installed ffmpeg including all dependencies (required and optional) and its dependencies required/optional dependencies. Its tough but here we go. I just followed the simple command as described on LinuxQuestions.org forum. … Continue reading

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Slackware Current Update Breaks digikam

More than a week ago or so, there is a huge update on Slackware current which was mostly due to the KDE 4.8.2 release and its friends likde QT. After a successful upgrade, I noticed a thread regarding digikam being … Continue reading

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