Clean install of the latest Statler 64-bit yesterday. In both Google Chrome and Firefox, YouYube videos are not playing properly. They start playing normally, but then the video freezes (including the progress bar, so it's more than the video, I guess), but the audio keeps playing normally.
I am running Kubuntu Natty on an Acer Aspire 5610. Both my audio and video freeze on me. If I'm listening to an audio file, the sound will suddenly begin playing the most recent sound byte again and again and again. As soon as I move my mouse, it continues playing normally, sometimes for only a few seconds, sometimes for a minute or more.
I'm working on a script that will search through a directory for MKV files and remux them to MP4. I found a few other scripts around the net that do this, but they all have limitations that don't always get the job done. The main limitation I've found is that most scripts look for the video track in either the first track or the last track, which isn't always true.
If you have a music video on your computer, and you want to extract the audio to put it on your cellphone, your mp3 player, your car stereo or any other place you want to hear the music in that video, you can use ffmpeg to extract the audio.
Please be sure to respect all copy rights before using this command.
How to extract audio mp3 from a video file
Maybe the most useful application
Basically I have this Midiman M-Audio Fast Track MKII attached to my machine and when I play something the audio is "noisy". The strangest thing happens when I open the Sound Settings: the audio is playing correctly when the windows is open.
Youtube is not working well at firefox and chrome, midori works fine, this damage is lesser when I tested KDE. The video stops for seconds but not the audio and when it backs it reproduce all the video in fast forward till it catches the audio.
It started with a video on YouTube and I just thought there was something wrong with that video. Then it happened to the next video I saw. The video began fast-forwarding and I couldn't hear any sound. I'm using headphones, but I've never had this problem before.
I thought maybe YouTube was having problems so I decide to go listen to something on Banshee.