I recently did a clean install of Ubuntu 12.04 on RAID 0 on my Asus laptop.
I currently have everything running great - even my 10 bit video playback in gnome mplayer plays just fine on my old core 2 duo.
No I have what is probably going to be a stupid question. I used to use megui in windows to encode videos to hi10p mkv's to save some space with my videos.
Is there a similar program that uses a GUI in linux? I have done a lot of googling for the past hour but everything I have found related to using ffmpeg and using shell.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
(P.S. I have handbrake installed and I know I can convert 10 bit to 8 bit, but I see no settings for 10 bit encoding and because the x264 is built into handbrake I can't simply replace the files)