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It might be this--
You need to install the guest additions to be able to use unity and/or 3D effects.
To use vdpau, you need to have a supported nvidia video card and be using a recent driver. Also, mplayer has to be built with vdpau support. to use vdpau with mplayer you can just do:
Why not just use mmg(mkvmergegui) from mkvtoolnix to do this. Or, if you really want to use the CLI, use mkvmerge -o file.mkv file.ts
Avidemux can do it. It will require extracting the subtitle stream and re-encoding the video.
You probably need to enable 48-bit LBA support to see the full size of the drives.
See here -> http://support.microsoft.com/kb/303013
Use mediainfo (http://mediainfo.sourceforge.net) to find out what codecs the video file actually uses.
Try changing the extension to mp4 and play the file again.
Well, you can always specify -sid=0 to force display of the first subtitle in the command line.
Subtitles streams in matroska container are on/off, you can use the j key to cycle through available subtitle streams.
H.264 raw video streams are usually in the form video_file.264
In most cases, H.264 decoding is done by the CPU.
Hardware acceleration of H.264 video streams is a driver limitation.
Also, only a limited selection of encoding settings can be used.
So, if the...
Yes, it will still be VBR.
-V 0 should give ~245 kbps.
For more information regarding LAME settings, look here -> http://wiki.hydrogenaudio.org/index.php?title=LAME
You would probably want to use --vbr-new -V0.
The code is used to set up a third party repository for apt.
See here -> https://help.ubuntu.com/9.04/add-applications/C/adding-repos.html
H.264 video, which is what x264 creates, is not compatible with avi as a container without hacks.
If you must use avi, then I suggest xvid4 as the video codec. Or, you could use a matroska...
Have you tried using 'Open Folder' instead of 'Open File'?
Add the following to your mplayer command line:
-a s s -embeddedfonts
( ^ ^ remove spaces)
or add the following to your ~/.mplayer/config file:
a s s=yes
#^ ^ remove spaces
You can use aegisub in linux, there should be a .deb file on getdeb.net.
Also, I use avidemux, available in the repositories, to do what virtualdubmod in windows does.
Avidemux is a GUI aplication that can do this.
Also, x264 is an open source H.264 encoder, so you will be encoding H.264 video.
You will not be able to use avis input as AviSynth does not run in linux.
Mp4 output requires libgpac-dev to be installed.
You may want to try using avidemux instead, it has an auto setting for...
Playing HD video, particularly HD h.264 video, requires significant processing power.
The video player you use will have very little to do with decoding the video stream. All h.264 video decoding...
Are you saying you don't have '[' and ']' keys on your keyboard?
Use Ctrl+T to go to a specific time and [ to set the start or ] to set the end of a block to be removed(Del).
It's a driver issue.
Your graphics card is not an isuue, as there is no hardware acceleration of h.264 video streams in linux. All decoding is done by your processor.
Your graphics card will have very little to do with playing back HD video in linux. Most of the decoding work is done by the processor.
From the Dell information page, it states the the Vostro...