Re: Encoder for linux
On 15/09/11 22:31, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> On Tue, 13 Sep 2011 12:06:56 -0400, cosme wrote:
>>> I'm looking for something similar to Windows Media Encoder Series 9 ES
>>> in Linux.
>>> I'm use Debian squeeze
> Windows Media Encoder � Microsoft � 9 Series is a powerful tool to convert
> audio production and live or prerecorded video in Windows Media files or
> The following section provides conceptual information about the
> coding process and provides the steps to use Windows Media Encoder.
No it doesn't - the internet dog must of eaten it.
> i'm looking for a linux program similar
Lacking psychic powers I looked up this "Windows Media Encoder"...
seems it's discontinued and has been replaced with the, presumably even
more powerful, Expression Encoder 4. - which is not as powerful, or
convenient as the Expression Encoder 4 Pro! Which can be purchased....
Anyway - upon perusal it's not powerful by Linux standards.... knowing
your chosen desktop whould simplify things.
$ apt-cache search encoder
will give you an idea of the staggering list of choices, whereas the
reference "tool" has only a limited number of codec choices.
Some possible candidates not already suggested:-
Arista, and Nautilus-Arista (Gnome)
Winff (any DE)
For another list look at:-
NOTE: the debian multimedia (used with care) will increase your range of
choices. Perhaps your search might be simplified if you chose an output
codec - and/or an input format.
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