Can we compress an online video with an http url using ffmpeg directly?
If possible please give me a command that can compress online video directly & save on my PC.
I am using Ubuntu.
on 01/03/2013 – Made popular on 01/03/2013
I've written an article about some tricks you can do with ffmpeg, in today's article, I will show you another trick - compressing avi and mp4 video files with a simple command with a only a small loss in video quality.
If you dont have ffmpeg already installed, you can run this command to install it in Ubuntu and other Debian-based distros:
sudo apt-get install libav-tools
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I have a security question regarding the mime types.
I have a website on which users can upload videos. Prior to encoding with ffmpeg, I make a mime-type check to be sure the video file is really a video file and not a weird file or even an exec with a video file extension.
Nevertheless sometimes, mime-type aren't recognized, especially with mkv containers.
So what I wanted to do is compress files (using 7zip) and split a 600MB folder into 199MB parts, but sadly when I tried to do this task with archive manager it gave me an error, but I know that if I use terminal it will work.