Using FFmpeg on Linux and in the Cloud | Cloud Video Editing and Transcoding
FFMpeg is a free and open-source utility that is used for video and audio processing. It assists with the editing, reformatting, and conversion of audio, video, and multimedia files. This video provides a brief introduction to FFmpeg, explaining how to install FFmpeg and how to use FFmpeg to edit media files.
1:04 How to Install FFMPEG
4:05 How to check the FFMPEG version
5:50 How to view available encoders
6:35 How to read the FFMPEG manual
8:25 How to transcode video
12:55 List the supported formats
14:00 How to separate audio from video
17:10 How to view file details
19:15 Example of a complex transcode
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