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Video Converter for Ubuntu 11.04

we uses a lot video file formats in our daily life, but probably with different devices (e.g ipod, PC, iPhone..), so the devices need the input files in specific formats (or in their native file formats), that’s where the video converters are required. Video Converter simply convert a video file format in to another video file format. so it acts like a format conversion tool.

On Ubuntu 11.04 (natty Narwhal), a lot of free and open source softwares are available in package repository but only few of them are quite usable. This post will explain about a simple video converter – ‘Transmageddon’ that you can find in Ubuntu Software Center, so the installation will be quite easy (Actually Installing Application or softwares in Ubuntu or most of the Linux Distribution, is very easy nowadays, Linux based Distros are becoming much user friendly due to the arrival of Ubuntu and Linux Mint).

Transmageddon – Video Converter for Ubuntu 11.04

Transmageddon is a video converter (of course it’s free and open source) specially developed for generating video file formats, for mobile devices. it’s very use, specify the input file and select the mobile device for which you want to generate output file. Most common supported video file formats are –

  • AVI
  • FLV
  • MP3
  • FLAC
  • Vorbis
  • DivX5
  • MPEG 4
  • Quick Time

Installing Transmageddon Video Transcoder/Converter on Ubuntu 11.04

#1  : Open Ubuntu Software Center and search for ‘transmageddon’ or ‘video converter’.

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#2 : Select Transmageddon from the search result.

#3 : click on install button (Enter the login password, if required) and wait for the installation to complete.

Transmageddon Video Converter

how to install skype in ubuntu 10.04 LTS

How to Install Skype in Ubuntu 10.04

how to install skype in ubuntu 10.04 LTS

This Post – will help you in installing Skype on Ubuntu 10.04.If you are familiar with SHELL then just type a single command to install skype otherwise you can also install it from Synaptic Package Manager or by manually download – then install with Debian Package Installer.

Make Free Video and Audio calls in Ubuntu 10.04 – By Using Skype

Skype is a simple software which enable you to make free calls(Audio,video and conference ) over the Internet by using VoIP protocol.It is available for all platform i.e you can use it from Ubuntu,windows or MacOS.It is very simple to use and graphical interface is also very user friendly with a lot of advanced features.You can also send text message instantly and file transfer is also supported.One more amazing feature is that you can also share your desktop with your friends.At this time skype 2.1 beta version is available for Ubuntu 10.04 so you can install it either by using synaptic package manager or by downloading it from the skype’s website(Link is given below).

Some important features of Skype :
Free Audio calls over internet
Free Video calls over internet
Free Video conference over internet
Low call rates to call for mobile number
Now you can also call to landline numbers with skype credit
Call forwarding and voice mails features are also available

You can also install it after downloading skype from it’s official website.
Download Skype

Installing Skype in Ubuntu 10.04

Install Skype from Synaptic Package Manager

1.Open Package Manager(System-Administration-Synaptic Package Manager).
2.Type skype in the search box ..then mark the box(skype) to install.

install skype to make free audio and video calls in ubuntu

3.Click on Apply to begin the downloading and installation process.
4.Wait for few minutes;When the downloading will finish the installation will begin automatically and will finish within few minutes.
5.You are done!!

Install Skype From Command Line – Terminal

Open terminal in Ubuntu 10.04(LTS) from Applications->Accessories->Terminal OR hit CTRL+ALT+T.Then enter the following command to install.There are many ways to install ..If you have download the Deb File already from it’s website then just open the file then open the *deb file with Gdebi package Installer(Either by Double clicking on it or from command line).Another simple way is to run the following command –

ubuntuuser@ubuntuuser-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install skype
[sudo] password for ubuntuuser :                        //Enter your ubuntu login password
Reading package lists… Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information… ..

Now go to the skype’s official website to register yourself(It’s free).After completing the registration you can use that account details to make calls over the Internet.
Skype Registration