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A Graphical User Interface user-friendly application with lots of options, which can convert your media files to all the popular formats! Unity integration has been bear in mind.

Specifically, it has the following features:

a) Audio:

Conversion between the audio formats: mp3, mp2, wav, ogg, wma, flac, m4r, m4a and aac

b) Video:

Conversion between the video formats: avi, ogv, vob, mp4, vob, flv, 3gp, mpg, mkv, wmv

c) Image:

Conversion between the image formats: jpg, png, ico, bmp, svg, tif, pcx, pdf, tga, pnm

d) Iso|Cso

Create an iso with selected files, convert iso to cso and vice versa.

e) Advanced

Encode subtitles to an avi file.

Install Format Junkie in ubuntu

Open the terminal and run the following comamnds

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:hakermania/format-junkie
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install formatjunkie

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3 Comments to “Format Junkie – Convert your media files to all the popular formats”

  1. Tacco says:

    It’s really a good application. Works perfectly so far. I hope to see it soon in the Software Center

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  2. asm0dey says:

    Are there any CLI utilities like this?

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  3. JohnP says:

    CLI utils like this?
    * AviDemux (video)
    * ffmpeg (video)
    * avconv (video)
    * mencoder (video)
    * HandbrakeCLI (video)
    * Image Magick (images)

    None are all-in-one, however.
    There must be 10 others for each of these types of needs. I think these are the best. Most of the video options are based on ffmpeg/avconv. That is an amazing tool.

    I switched to using HandbrakeCLI about a year ago for all h.264/mp4 transcoding, but I still use ccextractor to get SRT files for multiple languages out of broadcast TV and mkvmerge to recombine everything into a single MKV file.

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