[LINUX] HOW-TO remux an AVI video file using Linux to make them play smoothly in XBMC - Printable Version
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[LINUX] HOW-TO remux an AVI video file using Linux to make them play smoothly in XBMC - icheyne - 2009-03-15 20:45
I had an .avi video that refused to play smoothly with my Xbox XBMC, but worked fine on my computer.
This FAQ diagnosed the problem - I had to re-mux the AVI. Unfortunately it only had instructions for Windows.
To fix this in Ubuntu Linux I ran the following two commands:
The file processed for a few minutes and then it ran smoothly on XBMC.
- DDM123 - 2009-08-26 17:53
I wrote this little script to quick fix some avi files.
I don't know bash too well, so I couldn't figure out how to detect avi or mkv file types without processing an entire directory with *.avi.
- schneidz - 2009-11-04 17:39
- dr_dred5 - 2009-11-12 21:42
I've been using mencoder for years, but i just discovered Divfix ++. It has a GUI and is just as fast.
You can get RPMs or source code from http://divfixpp.sourceforge.net/download.php
And Ubuntu Debs from http://linux.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/DivFixplusplus-19989.shtml
I've tested it in both Jaunty and Karmic and it works great.
- ghajejha - 2009-11-30 05:12
dr_dred5 Wrote:I've been using mencoder for years, but i just discovered Divfix ++. It has a GUI and is just as fast.
whoa... a simple post and so many responses and links. My apologies for not doing the search first, that was stupid of me. Thanks for all the pointers, though!
Thanks for shairng.
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