Unless they've changed something since I've used ffmpegX, it seemed a little iffy with the WMV format. I recall it usually losing the audio stream or squinching the video track or something along those lines. The Flip4Mac route is probably best, though for full conversion you have to shell out a little $$, as it is the Microsoft endorsed, approved and maintained means of viewing and manipulating WMV in Mac OS X.
Not too long ago there was VirtualHub by Techspansion, but neither of those are any longer with us. VH did a pretty good job of converting WMV to MPG; there were only a few I ever used it on that it had problems with, and I suspect this was because they were encoded in a version of the wmv codec too new (or too weird) for the ffmpeg, mencoder and other core utils it used behind the GUI to do the job.
I'm searching for a little (as basic as possible) command -line tool for viewing gif animations.
I found gThumb and animate (imagemagick), but they both have a little problem...
gthumb: no possibility of changing the background when viewing in fullscreen
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I need a simple command line executable that allows me to join many wmv files into one output wmv file, preferrably in a simple way like this:
wmvjoin file1.wmv file2.wmv .... > outputfile.wmv
So what I want is the wmv-equivalent of mpgtx
I cannot find it on internet.
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I am new to linux administration. what is the tool that is used to admin the linux server from remote client using telnet session.
It can be used on the server also but start from command line with out Xwindows.
just like SMIT in AIX.
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