I want program that can convert from any video format to others for Ubuntu. Right now I use VBox to install windows XP to convert my video. I use “Any Video Converter 3.5.2”. I want program like it on Ubuntu.
It seems that I have only heard of only one converter which supports Ubuntu, and that is Handbrake.
I used a HandBrake. It is a good.
I have used "Super "
I'm currently using XUbuntu for my work. And I use Arista Transcoder for my video work. So far it's managed everything I've thrown at it and converted flawlessly. Don't know about Any Video Converter so I can't comment on whether the interface looks similar, but the thing definitely works. I think from the technical point of view it's a frontend more than a standalone converter, but I could be wrong.
Transcoder is also good -
Handbrake is good one. it cover your requirements
The top transcoders from Linux are Handbrake, ffmpeg (command-line tool), and MediaCoder. If you don't like the command-line for ffmpeg, you can use WinFF which is a GUI front-end for ffmpeg. it can be installed from the command-line with: sudo apt-get install winff. It will install libav-tools (which contiains ffmpeg) and other dependencies automatically or you can find WinFF in the Software Center.
Yeah I use MediaCoder. A lot.
No doubt its handbrake ..more news about Ubuntu is here http://www.texplod.com/open-source/ubuntu/
Also would suggest you to join forums like http://ubuntuforums.org/ and http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/ for all matters related to Ubuntu.
Thanks for the Forum links!
I usually use a software known as HandBrake. It is available for Windows, MAC and Ubuntu. The page is http://handbrake.fr/downloads.php .