If you have a VCD and need to create an MP4 file of it's content, use mplayer to do so. If you install just mplayer, you will not get --dumpstream or --dumpfile. To get those parameters, you need to open a terminal window and install mplayer2 as follows:$ sudo apt-get install mplayer2 <enter> Open a … Continue reading How to convert VCD to MP4 using mplayer in Linux
VLC does not play all VCDs in Linux. You can play VCDs using Mplayer instead. Open a terminal window in Linux and type the following command to do so: $ mplayer vcd:://4 -cdrom-device /dev/sr0 <enter> If you notice the //4, that is the track on the VCD. Change it if the VCD does not play … Continue reading How to play VCDs in Linux with Mplayer
Use the vcdimager tool. To install type command as shown below after opening up a terminal window as described here. # yum install vcdimager <enter> To convert to MPG file, type command as shown below: $ vcdxrip --track=7 --no-ext-psd --gui --progress --nofiles <enter> To combine 2 MPG files into one: $ cat file1.mpg file2.mpg > … Continue reading Convert VCD to MPG using vcdimager
$ mplayer vcd://2 <enter> - to check the track that needs to be converted. $ mencoder vcd://3 -audio-preload 0.0 -o file.avi -mc 0 -oac copy -ovc lavc -lavcopts vcodec=mpeg4:vbitrate=2000 <enter> - to convert the VCD track to file.avi.