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are there any mp4 decode possibility in brasero

asked 2016-07-19 11:31:26 -0500

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Hi! I am trying to burn an mp4 file to a DVD-R with brasero. Is it possible to install a decoder in the program or is it another DVD video burning software i can use with fedora?

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i have heard about a decoderlibrary called MAD. Anyone know how i install this under Fedora?

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answered 2016-07-19 12:02:23 -0500

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Brasero supports mp4 formats? I am not sure. But if you want "mad" then you need install

su
dnf -y install libmad

Remember install rpmfusion...

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answered 2016-07-19 14:01:22 -0500

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updated 2016-07-19 14:04:54 -0500

You want to create a video DVD that can be played by any hardware DVD player, you'll probably first need to transcode the files to DVD compatible MPEG-2 with MP2, AC-3 or PCM Audio, then master a DVD image and burn it using the appropriate DVD-video compatible UDF filesystem.

You can use Bombono, or MEncoder for transcoding.

To author/master your Video DVD, you can use DeVeDe (sudo dnf info devede), or dvdstyler, or dvdauthor ( http://dvdauthor.sourceforge.net/ )

Then use brasero to finally burn the dvd...

(Those packages mentioned here are part of rpmfusion )

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