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ok, so i tryed handbrake, avidemux and winff but hate all of them. there way to confusing and i cant get them to work. im looking for a simple, easy ...
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    looking for video converter


    ok, so i tryed handbrake, avidemux and winff but hate all of them. there way to confusing and i cant get them to work. im looking for a simple, easy to use converter with gui. i want to just select the input as avi, the output as mp4, open the file and then hit convert. any sugestions?

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    You should be able to do that with devede or vlc but I doubt it's as simple as you are asking for. Both should be available in the Mint repositories and there are a number of tutorials/videos online.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLloyd137 View Post
    ok, so i tryed handbrake, avidemux and winff but hate all of them. there way to confusing and i cant get them to work. im looking for a simple, easy to use converter with gui. i want to just select the input as avi, the output as mp4, open the file and then hit convert. any sugestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    thanks! thats perfect! my computers always online anyway. ill look in to those other ones too, just in case the online one is like dead slow or something

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    I hear MakeMKV is pretty good too. I have not tried that as I have been using MEGui on windows.

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    Try one of these. Acidrip, DVD::Rip, Thoggen, K9copy
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