As an open source operating system, Linux holds some advantages but also has a number of weaknesses in the support of one of these applications and features. As a result of the OS that this often requires more effort to perform some operation such as converting audio media, video or ISO.
But there is one solution that you can use if you are a true lover of Linux, namely by using Junkie format which designed to support the Linux OS. This application allows you to convert audio, video and ISO to a different format.
Let's try using the Format Junkie directly in Linux.
How to Convert Media Audio and Video Using Junkie in Linux Format
For Ubuntu 13:04, 12:10 and 12:04, you can install Junkie format with the following command:
For Ubuntu 13:10, please with the following command:
1. After the installation is complete, run the application format Junkie, there are 4 tabs that you can use for Audio, Video, Image and ISO. Click one, for example video, then click the Add button and select the video to be converted.
2. Once added now select the output format as you want, last click Start Converting and wait for the process to complete.
3. To create an ISO file is also almost the same, click on the menu tab then add the ISO file and click Create ISO and wait for the process is complete.
4. Before starting the conversion is also important to choose an action after the conversion process is complete.
Well that was How to Convert Media Audio and Video Using Junkie Formats in Linux, if there are friends or have difficulty yuk experience shared to others. Bye and hopefully useful.