In this post I tried to gather programs written for GNU/Linux that do all the above (and more) as simply as possible, through a friendly Graphic User Interface (GUI).
on 07/06/2009 – Made popular on 07/06/2009
I'm wanting to select a certain subtitle stream in ffmpeg and I'm not sure how to do it. I've tried using -slang, which to my knowledge no longer works. The output file uses no subs as default and I want to change it to use eng subs.
Unfortunately, no matter how user friendly the desktop gets, some Linux applications and systems are still a challenge to configure and/or use. I thought it might be interesting to bring up these applications to see what experiences you have had with them and to help developers who are interested in knowing which tools could use a nudge toward the user-friendly side of things.
I have a website.In the begining I embed subtitles to my videos(mp4). But now i developed my videoplayer in my website, i'm adding subtitle to my video with xml file.When i embed There was no problem because fetching video is enough to show subtitle.
Linux Mint 13 (Maya) is based on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Edition, but instead of using Unity as the default Desktop, Linux Mint uses MATE Desktop, although, It is also available with various other Desktop such as Cinnamon (A new Desktop based on Gnome Shell), KDE, XFCE etc.
Additionally, a lot of useful programs and codecs/libraries comes pre-installed in Linux Mint – so it makes Linux Mint 13, a
I cut my programming teeth on the IBM Mainframe using JCL/JES2. I am used to being able to determine whether a series of programs would continue (in SAS) based on conditional JCL statements - looking at return codes. If one of the programs errored-out, the JCL step would halt the program flow and notify the user of the problem.