Easy Video Convert To AVI

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Description:

For those wanting an easy-to-use script to automate converting most video formats to avi, here is one for you.

It is not as complicated as some I have seen, but it will do what you want, when you want.

It allows for easy conversion between DVDs, ISOs, AVIs, MPEGs, or whatever type of video input desired into AVI (or MPEG) format. Just follow the menu I made for it, and it should be very simple to use. There are lots of presets for the outputted Avi. Also included is a simple custom quality option for those who want such. Enjoy.

Requires:

sudo apt-get install lsdvd

...note, it will still work; it is just handy for getting dvd title information...


To Run (3 ways):

1. Just double click it. It should automatically open into a terminal window and then just follow the menu from there

2. Run in a terminal window and optionally input a path to a video if you would like:

./path/to/Video2Avi.sh "/path/to/video"

3. Run as a nautilus-script, by right-clicking a selected video file or Iso; it will start the menu options automatically
Last changelog:

8 years ago

1.0: Initial Release

1.1: Minor updates and additional options

2.0: Major update, updating just about everything, including a massive increase in custom presets and custom options, ability to handle video conversion as a nautilus-script or from the command line, better video conversions in general, and many other things

3.0: Another major update, now with Divx output, a lot more custom options, and a huge amount of tweaking and updating

3.1: Added the ability to include subtitles, either directly onto the video or into separate idx/sub files

3.2: Added a fast, low quality wmv preset option, mainly for quick conversions for low-quality streaming; also added option to decide whether or not to copy first to hard drive

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8 years ago

1.0: Initial Release

1.1: Minor updates and additional options

2.0: Major update, updating just about everything, including a massive increase in custom presets and custom options, ability to handle video conversion as a nautilus-script or from the command line, better video conversions in general, and many other things

3.0: Another major update, now with Divx output, a lot more custom options, and a huge amount of tweaking and updating

3.1: Added the ability to include subtitles, either directly onto the video or into separate idx/sub files

3.2: Added a fast, low quality wmv preset option, mainly for quick conversions for low-quality streaming; also added option to decide whether or not to copy first to hard drive

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jdorenbush
Nov 01 2011
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