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July 13, 2010 / Tobias Mann

Trancode Video In Ubuntu With Handbrake

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In this Ubuntu Video Tutorial I show you how to convert Videos from one format to another, transcoding. For this tutorial transcoding with be done using a powerful product known as Handbrake. Handbrake is a video transcoding software geared toward h.264 mp4 video encoding. The purpose of the product is to take a video from one format and convert it into the desired format. It is particularly useful for converting video for an Ipod. I have used this to create a digital archive of all my videos.

Thanks to Contributing Author Nathan Dyer of Open-Source Software FTW who has provided a review of handbrake

HandBrake has often been billed as the best DVD-ripper in the world, especially by Mac users. I bill it as the best video encoder that has ever been created. I first became introduced to this software back in my Windows years, and found that the program was not firing on all cylinders. Fast-forward a few years, and you have one of the most reliable, stable pieces of software around, with more-than-capable versions for all the major operating systems. click here to read more at


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