Tag: multimedia

How to concatenate multiple videos into one file in Linux in GUI without re-encoding (HEVC and other video formats)

Table of contents 1. How to make one video file from several videos 2. How to combine multiple HEVC videos into one file 3. The difference between combining video files without re-encoding and combining video with encoding 4. Download a program to combine videos into one file. How to install LosslessCut 5. How to combine videos into one file in...

How to merge multiple videos into one file without re-encoding (HEVC and other video formats)

Table of contents 1. How to make one video file from several videos 2. How to combine multiple HEVC videos into one file 3. The difference between combining video files without re-encoding and combining video with encoding 4. Download a program to combine videos into one file. How to install LosslessCut 5. How to combine videos into one file in...

Why is there almost no voice heard in films (SOLVED)

Why is the voice in the film very muffled or almost inaudible? You may have encountered a situation where various special sound effects in a movie are played very loudly, and the voices of the actors are almost inaudible. Moreover, this may not happen in all films or in all media players. The simplest reason for this could be that...

How to play a movie with an external audio track in VLC

In a convenient context menu, you can select an audio track (for example, with different languages or dubbing from different studios). But this only works if all audio tracks are embedded in one video file. But what if you want to play a video in VLC along with the audio in a separate file? VLC provides this functionality and you...

How to change the interface (menu) language of VLC media player in Linux

In VLC media player, in the settings there is an option to select the interface language. But this option is only present in the Windows version. In Linux there is no this option and you cannot change the language through the program settings. But the problem can be solved very easily in the console. How to change VLC language at...

Menu buttons (toolbar) and status bar are missing in SMPlayer (SOLVED)

SMPlayer is a popular cross-platform video player. SMPlayer has many useful functions (crop video to fit the screen, fine-tune the appearance and location of subtitles, select the number of audio output channels) and many other settings, including those related to performance optimization and hardware acceleration of video decoding. Separately, I would like to note such a function as saving playback...

How to install and configure best video player on Linux (SMPlayer)

What is SMPlayer. Why SMPlayer is better than other video players SMPlayer is one of the most convenient video players I've ever used. In terms of its ability to play various formats, SMPlayer is no worse than another great cross-platform video player – VLC. But when it comes to ease of use, SMPlayer is ahead of VLC. SMPlayer is a...

How to enable 10-bit color depth on Linux (and whether to enable 30-bit color)

Table of contents 1. Does my monitor (TV) use 10-bit color depth 2. Why enable 10-bit color support on Linux 3. How 10-bit color support is implemented in Windows 4. How 10-bit color support is implemented in Linux 5. How to know if my monitor (TV) supports 10-bit color depth 6. How to determine the number of colors (bits per...

How to identify content with 10-bit color depth. How to check what color depth is used in a photo and video

How can I tell if 10-bit depth is being used in a video or photo? How to determine color depth in an image First of all, if the photo is in JPG format, then it is safe to say that 10-bit color depth is not used in it, because this format simply does not support it. Examples of formats that...

How to watch HDR videos on YouTube on Linux

To get started, make sure that your monitor supports 10-bit color depth and enable 10-bit (or, as it is usually indicated in the settings, 30-bit) color depth at the level of the Linux operating system. In your web browser's address bar, enter: chrome://flags Use the search to find the “Force color profile” flag. Select “Display P3 D65” color profile. Restart...
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