I've been having trouble with this because I'm new to Linux:
I would like to convert different video formats to ogv. I found some terminal commands like this: ffmpeg -i input.avi -acodec libvorbis -ac 1 -b 768k output.ogg
The problem with these type of commands is that they are intended to change bit rate, fps, or even resolution.
I hope I'm not asking a question that was asked on this forum already.
I'm new to linux systems. Today I've installed Ubuntu on wmware and it works fine, but, I can't set the right resolution for my computer (1600X900). I have tried to create custom resolution and without any luck.
At the beginning my screen resolution is 1680x 945 in Ubuntu 12.04. I found the computer is really hot then I try to install a new Nvidia display driver and installed bumblebee. I am not sure it's right approach or not. Then my display resolution is automatically adjusted to 1080 x 768.
After that I cannot select the original resolution.
Hello! First off all... sorry for my english xDWell... i have problems with the display... specifically with the resolution of the monitor...I changing the resolution to 1024x786... all right... but after reboot, the resolution come back to the 800x600...:(:(:(:(:(:(also... i want see all partitions that have my computer... i had tried mount but no found. :(:(:(:(:(Thanks.
I have installed Debian squeezy in an old Compaq e300 laptop, for my kids to use it.
Sometimes I experience a weird problem with video inmediatly after grub2 give its welcome message ("Welcome Grub...). After that message video appears without sync, giving an useless image. It is necessary to reboot (hard reset) again and try to obtain the right video with sync.
I have my TV connected to my computer (Ubuntu 9.10) through a s-video plug on my vga card. When I turn on my computer the bios and all that come up and so does grub and the splash screen...but as soon as X loads the monitor goes blank!
I've tried changing the resolution but nothing works. Any help here would be very appreciated.