I’ve been doing a lot with FFmpeg and AVCONV lately–a lot. AVCONV is the branch of the project that Ubuntu has stuck with and I’m fine with that. It seems like some usage rules are becoming much more consistent. The wonderful part about most of this is that the usage remains similar to identical. Here are some of the most useful links for FFmpeg and AVCONV that I’ve found.
Useful Links for FFmpeg and AVCONV
The following are exceptionally useful links for FFmpeg and AVCONV. These are a few of the best that I’ve found.
- http://superuser.com/questions/tagged/ffmpeg – This link is an ongoing series of questions and answers focused on FFmpeg.
- http://club.myce.com/f62/ffmpeg-command-line-options-166608/ – This particular URL is a forum thread where its users have posted quite a few really useful links and sites.
- http://superuser.com/questions/442562/need-to-split-stereo-track-discard-right-channel-and-remove-noise – This URL contains a combination of use of Audacity, Sox, and FFmpeg to remove noise from an audio soundtrack.
- http://linuxbear.blogspot.com/2012/05/video-coversion-in-linux.html – Linuxbear displays use of AVCONV (an FFmpeg fork) to convert video to/from different formats.
- https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/FFmpeg – Clearly, this is a post on the ArchWiki about FFmpeg but, like Arch users, the content is in-depth and offers tons of incredible options at the command line.
There are nuggets in the midst of the firehose blast of information that are extremely useful. As you piece together commands that handle tasks that you want to do, I hope that you share them in the comments.
What are some of the best links that you’ve found for FFmpeg and AVCONV? Also leave some of your best FFmpeg command sequences and what you use them to do.