The best and fastest to manipulate the video stream quickly, to add sound or remove it. I use it mainly with the command line, it's the fastest, no waste of time with a graphic resource, really great. With this command line tool, I can add a sound track in a few seconds, divide the weight of a video just by choosing the right bitrate, put an image on a sound, remove the sound from a video, etc...
Excellent tool in all! It's powerful, light, ultra complete! The video viewer is the most efficient of all those I tested. It is much better than VLC and celluloide in terms of cpu and ram usage. Congratulations to the programmers of ffmpeg and libav!
ffmpeg can't be overrated. It too amazing.
A really powerful tool that does a wide range of things.
powerful command line tool. The installation process is VERY easy here on linux mint.
Кодировщик видео работает Спасибо
essencial para edição de video. continua sendo a essencia da coisa
ffmpeg is still a superior utility. Instead of libav, I downloaded & compiled from ffmpeg.org. Sorry, but hard to teach this old dog new tricks.
Will this program allow me to live stream audio and video over the Internet as a broadcaster?
I'm shocked that it's not in Linux Mint repositories!
Libav is a terrible substitute for the amazing ffmpeg package. Since ffmpeg was deprecated, I can't do much of anything with cross-platform video encoding, and DVD Styler crashes because it needs ffmpeg. Whoever thought this was a good idea has some serious delusions..
excelente herramienta para la edicion de videos, lo recomiendo
A must have even just for the codecs
excellent for video and audio editing.
Converts all my videos with ffmpeg.
works for me
Not real ffmpeg, but the inferior avconv
Works, took me 3 minutes to install it and use it on the CLI to convert a mov to mpeg. The file size doubled, though.
This is a great tool, but here it is listed as libav.org property which is not true. Libav is a fork of ffmpeg and it has its own tool named avconv which is analogy for ffmpeg. FFmpeg's website is www.ffmpeg.org (just to clarify the confusion)