In the link I gave you -
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In the link I gave you -
The reason you can't install ffmpeg from the trusty multimedia ppa is the the libx265 package in the Rog ppa sets a Conflicts: & Replaces: on any other version of libx265-XX
This is not needed or...
As mentioned you need to put this into some context & if ocurring on specific files provide a sample. Otherwise nothing to be done to help you..
As far as ffmpeg
This ^ is a static only build,...
Do a search of the error
Using skins is prone to errors as many aren't that well done or currently compatible.
This should open vlc without any such errors
What occurs if you cd to extracted folder & run -
It's a one time setup... then run as before, no sudo needed
Otherwise read/muddle thru -...
For some reason some users/installs get this issue where some changes revert back to the defaults. Edge flipping, (edge flip move), seems to be one that's affected.
A 'workaround' -
stopped working some time ago -
That's the package I use & have never seen such an error with vp8/9 files of all sorts. So if you can provide a sample will take a look.
No clue what you're up to. The vlc-nox...
What do these show?
ldd /usr/lib/vlc/plugins/codec/libavcodec_plugin.so |grep libavcodec
apt-cache policy mpv
And provide sample of testing.mov if possible
If you haven't squared away - you have disabled the trusty-updates repo which has audacity @ 2.0.5-1ubuntu3.2
So open Software & Updates > Updates tab > enable the 1st 2 entries (trusty-security,...
use in a terminal -
gsettings set org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences action-double-click-titlebar 'minimize'
For package management I see no reason for single user setup to authenticate. Easily done as such -
sudo nano /var/lib/polkit-1/localauthority/50-local.d/package-manager.pkla
Copy below &...
You may want to explain what the connection to Ubuntu is here. What you've posted concerns a Windows version of vlc.
Good to know about that config file, never really looked at..
For mpc sv8 I've altered ffmpeg, have had it removed for some time in a ppa shared ffmpeg, no complaints from the few using or myself....
Home Folder > ctrl+h to show hidden files > .winff
You needn't be worried about bug, either they'll fix or ignore (similar in a way to the mpc issue which I've 'fixed' in ffmpeg source as they've pretty much ignored
Or till then or in lieu of try...
I guess it's not in 12.04's winff default presets.
You could try adding it & see if the parameters work - to do
install libfaac0 if not already installed
Then open ~/.winff/presets.xml in a text...
When you use apt (add-apt-repository) to add a ppa it uses the distribution you are on for the source entry(s). If the ppa doesn't have packages for that distribution then you get the 404 error
Well 7982 left out of 1,250,928 is less than 1% so maybe in that case it just reports 100%
As soon as the track(s) are either directly copied via the file manager or ripped to .wav with an audio cd ripper then they are wave (pcm) files so don't get your point..
(- a direct copied track...
Possibly with kid3 (kde or qt) though player recognition could be sparse
(- dBpoweramp in wine tags wav but again only some players see.
winff > Convert to "Mobile Phones", pick appropriate preset for target device. one preset example in screen
There was a time in the past (vista?) where windows offered a bunch of methods to burn to dvd, at least one would cause an issue then with linux (udf 2.x, I forget the x
(- support for udf 2.x isn't...
2.5.x is broken, (segfault, ck. /var/crash/ for reason)
2.7.x is broken, will try to create a 4.3Gb menu, then hang
Best bet is to find a 2.9.x build