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Cibomatto2002
May 18th, 2010, 08:28 PM
i need a good Audio and Video Converter for Ubuntu 10.04 this is what I use in Windows 7

For my audio I use Lamexp

LameXP is a graphical front-end for the LAME MP3, Ogg Vorbis and Nero AAC audio encoders. Supported input types are Wave, MP3, MP2, OGG/Vorbis, FLAC, MP4/AAC, AC3, DTS, WavPack, Musepack, Shorten, Speex, Monkey´s Audio, TTA, WMA. It also reads M3U, PLS and ASX playlists as well as Cuesheets. The easy-to-use interface supports multiple languages, including English, German, Spanish and Italian. Batch processing is implemented and multi-threading will be used, if several processors/cores are available. The Nero AAC encoder is *not* included, but it´s available from the Nero Webseite as free download. All encoder binaries that ship with LameXP have been kindly provided by Rarewares.org.

For Video I use XMedia Recode 2.2.2.0XMedia Recode can convert almost all known audio and video (http://www.freewarefiles.com/XMedia-Recode_program_47942.html#) formats, including 3GP, 3GPP, 3GPP2, AAC, AC3, AMR, ASF, AVI, AVISynth, DVD, FLAC, FLV, H.261, H.263, H.264, M4A , m1v, M2V, M4V, Matroska (MKV), MMF, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, TS, TRP, MP2, MP3, MP4, MP4V, MOV, OGG, PSP, (S) VCD, SWF , VOB, WAV, WMA and WMV. XMedia Recode can only convert unprotected DVDs.
XMedia Recode converts: 3GP to AVI, 3GP to FLV, AC3 to MP3, AC3 to WAV, ASF to 3GP, ASF to FLV, ASF to MP4, AVI to FLV, AVI to 3GP, FLAC to MP3, FLAC to WMA, FLV into 3GP, FLV to Mp3, DVDhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/2_bing.gif (http://www.freewarefiles.com/XMedia-Recode_program_47942.html#) to 3GP, DVD to AC3, DVD to AVI, DVD to MP3, DVD to MP4, DVD to MOV, DVD to SVCD, DVD to VCD, DVD to WMV, OGG to MP3, OGG to WMA, MPEG to AVI, MP2 to MP3, MP4 to FLV, MP4 to AVI, M4P to MP3, MOV to 3GP, MOV to AVI, MOV to FLV, WMA to MP3, WMV to FLV, WAV to MP3


Is there something like this for Ubuntu 10.4 so far I have had no luck finding anything that will do all of these formats i went and check in the Ubuntu Software center is there anywhere else I can go to to find more programs

ron999
May 18th, 2010, 09:35 PM
i need a good Audio and Video Converter for Ubuntu 10.04 this is what I use in Windows 7

For my audio I use Lamexp

LameXP is a graphical front-end for the LAME MP3, Ogg Vorbis and Nero AAC audio encoders. Supported input types are Wave, MP3, MP2, OGG/Vorbis, FLAC, MP4/AAC, AC3, DTS, WavPack, Musepack, Shorten, Speex, Monkey´s Audio, TTA, WMA. It also reads M3U, PLS and ASX playlists as well as Cuesheets. The easy-to-use interface supports multiple languages, including English, German, Spanish and Italian. Batch processing is implemented and multi-threading will be used, if several processors/cores are available. The Nero AAC encoder is *not* included, but it´s available from the Nero Webseite as free download. All encoder binaries that ship with LameXP have been kindly provided by Rarewares.org.

For Video I use XMedia Recode 2.2.2.0XMedia Recode can convert almost all known audio and video (http://www.freewarefiles.com/XMedia-Recode_program_47942.html#) formats, including 3GP, 3GPP, 3GPP2, AAC, AC3, AMR, ASF, AVI, AVISynth, DVD, FLAC, FLV, H.261, H.263, H.264, M4A , m1v, M2V, M4V, Matroska (MKV), MMF, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, TS, TRP, MP2, MP3, MP4, MP4V, MOV, OGG, PSP, (S) VCD, SWF , VOB, WAV, WMA and WMV. XMedia Recode can only convert unprotected DVDs.
XMedia Recode converts: 3GP to AVI, 3GP to FLV, AC3 to MP3, AC3 to WAV, ASF to 3GP, ASF to FLV, ASF to MP4, AVI to FLV, AVI to 3GP, FLAC to MP3, FLAC to WMA, FLV into 3GP, FLV to Mp3, DVDhttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/2_bing.gif (http://www.freewarefiles.com/XMedia-Recode_program_47942.html#) to 3GP, DVD to AC3, DVD to AVI, DVD to MP3, DVD to MP4, DVD to MOV, DVD to SVCD, DVD to VCD, DVD to WMV, OGG to MP3, OGG to WMA, MPEG to AVI, MP2 to MP3, MP4 to FLV, MP4 to AVI, M4P to MP3, MOV to 3GP, MOV to AVI, MOV to FLV, WMA to MP3, WMV to FLV, WAV to MP3


Is there something like this for Ubuntu 10.4 so far I have had no luck finding anything that will do all of these formats i went and check in the Ubuntu Software center is there anywhere else I can go to to find more programs

Are you going to use all of these formats?

LuridCinema
May 18th, 2010, 10:38 PM
ffmpeg is the converter to use . takes some trial & error. but it worx for me

Cibomatto2002
May 19th, 2010, 04:51 AM
No I'm not going to use all the formats I would like a Video Converter to make MPEG-4 files for my PSP.

Also a MP3 Converter that I can set the kbps.

shantiq
June 11th, 2010, 02:43 PM
Are you going to use all of these formats?

well thanx for that i needed to move a DTS wave to PCM wave and this does it beautifully and can be installed in a couple of minutes through wine on ubuntu

great software that LameXP (http://mulder.dummwiedeutsch.de/home/?page=projects#lamexp)free and open source so probably not idealogically a problem for us here on Ubuntu systems

UserName108
October 22nd, 2010, 03:11 AM
Working with .wmv files can be tricky, even with expensive commercial software. Some brief tips to convert .wmv to the lowest common denominator (vcd) for video players worldwide:

1. Simple cut-and-paste editing of .wmv files can be done reliably using the gui asfbinapp.exe in Windows or the asfbin command-line program for Linux (available free from http://www.radioactivepages.com).

2. Convert the video to a .mpg using winff from the Ubuntu Software Center. For VCD's this conversion works better than Mencoder used in DeVeDe. Can try the options tab, especially if the aspect ratio needs adjustment.

3. Use DeVeDe, also available from the Ubuntu Software Center, to create the .bin and .cue files. Use the advanced options/misc tab to specify that the video file is already an mpeg file created in step two.

4. To burn the .bin and .cue files go to the folder where DeVeDe stored the .bin and .cue files and double-click on the .cue file. The CD burning tool should do the rest.

Enjoy

robinlovelace
October 23rd, 2010, 11:07 PM
I'd like to add that the "Audio Converter" available through the Ubuntu Software Centre works an absolute treat, has many useful options, and is extremely easy to use. Just used it to convert wma to mp3 files, although it won't work for video. Great work Open Source programmers, you've renewed my enjoyment of computers!

The point being I think Audio Converter should be the first port of call if you only need to convert audio files.

niceguy123
January 25th, 2011, 06:12 AM
I am looking for an application to convert mp4 audio to mp2.

Help please.