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    anyone know of something like pspvideo9? i need to convert flv's to mp4. I know ffmpeg will do it, but i hate the command line.

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    I found pspvc-0.3 but it wont install. it says to run ./install [/usr/local] but i get the message that ./install doesnt exist
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    Which distro. and DM are you using. I wrote a script (don't worry, it has a GUI) that I use. I'd be happy to get you a copy.
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    Im running Ubuntu Gusty. Gnome 2.20. Cant stand KDE its too cluttered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada2113 View Post
    Im running Ubuntu Gusty. Gnome 2.20. Cant stand KDE its too cluttered.
    Good, I'm running 7.04 / Gnome myself, so every thing should be good. Make sure that you have ffmpeg installed (the actual encoder), Mplayer installed (my code uses it to determine video length), and Zentiy installed (the GUI portion of my code uses this). All 3 can be installed with "apt-get install". Then just run the script using "sh" or edit the script properties to make it executable, and just double click it. Down load it HERE. Please excuse the crappy website. I'm in the process of finishing a better one. Feel free to PM me if you have any trouble.
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    How does one recompile ffmpeg with xvid support? I have the newest ffmpeg package installed as well as everything else you said. Maybe im just linux-tarded...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada2113 View Post
    How does one recompile ffmpeg with xvid support? I have the newest ffmpeg package installed as well as everything else you said. Maybe im just linux-tarded...
    Uninstall ffmpeg and do:
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    sudo apt-get build-dep ffmpeg
    sudo apt-get install ffmpeg
    sudo apt-get install liblame-dev libfaad2-dev libfaac-dev libxvidcore4-dev liba52-0.7.4 liba52-0.7.4-dev libx264-dev
    That should compile with xvid support
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    lol, sorry im being a pain in the ass, but this is what i get:

    steven@steven-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get build-dep ffmpeg
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    E: Unable to find a source package for ffmpeg
    steven@steven-desktop:~$

    I really not trying to make this difficult, i just suck at linux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canada2113 View Post
    lol, sorry im being a pain in the ass, but this is what i get:

    steven@steven-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get build-dep ffmpeg
    Reading package lists... Done
    Building dependency tree
    Reading state information... Done
    E: Unable to find a source package for ffmpeg
    steven@steven-desktop:~$

    I really not trying to make this difficult, i just suck at linux.
    Not a problem. This is what forums are for.

    Have you added the Non-free repositories yet? (Non-free doesn't mean that they cost anything, it is just how they refer to codecs and libraries that they can't include in an install because they might step on some toes. MP3, xvid, etc.)

    If you haven't, go to: System > Administration > Software sources. Click on the "third-party software" tab and check the medibuntu.org (non-free) box. I'm pretty sure that the ffmpeg packages will be in that one. If that doesn't work then we'll have to manually add some repositories.

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    i dont have the medibuntu option in my third party list, but im sure i can find what they are and add them manually before you read this so ill go ahead and do that. Thanks for the help, i really appreciate it.
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