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  1. Audacious - 3.7-1~webupd8~trusty0
  2. Convert Audio Files To Mp3 Using Ffmpeg
  3. Mc3man/trusty-media
  4. Abcde - 2.7.2-1~ppa
  5. Audacious-plugins - 3.7-1~webupd8~trusty0

Requirements¶

Windows¶

Sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install ffmpeg; Run ffmpeg; If you’re on a Mac or Linux or a Unix-like environment (e.g., Cygwin) on Windows, you may run the below script in terminal and follow the steps in it to convert the video file. Sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install ffmpeg; Run ffmpeg; If you’re on a Mac or Linux or a Unix-like environment (e.g., Cygwin) on Windows, you may run the below script in terminal and follow the steps in it to convert the video file.

Audacious - 3.7-1~webupd8~trusty0

  • NodeJS - Requires v5.0.0 or above due to ES6 code.
  • Python 2.7 - Requires v2.7.x, not v3.x.x.
  • Visual Studio - Select Custom Installation and make sure Visual C++ under Programming Languages is selected.
    • Your Visual Studio installation ideally has to be recent.
    • Can be Express, Community or Enterprise Edition, but NOT VSCode.
  • FFmpeg - Add bin folder to PATH Environment Variable.

Mac¶

  • NodeJS - Requires v5.0.0 or above due to ES6 code.
  • Python 2.7 - Requires v2.7.x, not v3.x.x. Should be already installed by default.
  • Xcode Command Line Tools
  • FFmpeg

Linux (Debian-based)¶

  • NodeJS Linux - Requires v5.0.0 or above due to ES6 code.
  • Python 2.7 - Requires v2.7.x, not v3.x.x. Should be already installed by default.
  • Build Essential
  • FFmpeg

If on Ubuntu 14.04, use this instead:

Download

Installation¶

  1. Download the repository. (You can use git clone or the Download ZIP button Github provides.)
  2. Open the config.json file and edit it.
  3. Open a Command Prompt/Terminal at the directory of the downloaded repository.
  4. Run npminstall to install the dependencies.
  5. Run npmstart to start up the bot.
  6. Start using the bot!
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MP4 with GStreamer and QMediaPlayer on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Ffmpeg

← August 29th 2016 Svg Painter ● September 1st 2016 Trackz App Released →

MP4 videos won’t play on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS with GStreamer out-of-the-box. Nor does Qt’s QMediaPlayer play MP4 files out-of-the-box.

This is due to a long story of missing codec plugins:

On Ubuntu 12.04 we simply installed the GStreamer-0.1 “gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg” plugin and mp4 files played fine with GStreamer’s “gst-play” tool.

But with Ubuntu 14.04 ffmpeg has been replaced with libav so that the ffmpeg plugin is no longer available as standard Ubuntu package. What is more, the libav plugin is only available for GStreamer-1.0 and not GStreamer-0.1.

Media

Convert Audio Files To Mp3 Using Ffmpeg

For GStreamer-1.0 the missing libav codecs can be installed from the “ubuntu-restricted-extras” package:

Trusty

After that installation, “gst-play” will work again on Ubuntu 14.04. However, some other video players and internet browsers like Firefox explicitly require the ffmpeg plugin to be available, so we are basically out of luck for those applications on Ubuntu 14.04 and above. But, fortunately, it is possible to install the missing plugin from a PPA (yay ;-):

On Ubuntu 16.04 LTS this also works, we just need a different PPA:

Mc3man/trusty-media

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The QMediaPlayer class of Qt also relies on GStreamer to play videos. GStreamer-1.0 is not yet supported (at least not for Qt 5.7.0 and below), so the QMediaPlayer also requires the GStreamer-0.1 ffmpeg plugin to play MP4 files.

As a result, we need to install the following packages to enable the Qt media player with MP4 playback:

Abcde - 2.7.2-1~ppa

After that, the QMediaPlayer will play the majority of common video formats on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS!

Audacious-plugins - 3.7-1~webupd8~trusty0

← August 29th 2016 Svg Painter ● September 1st 2016 Trackz App Released →

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