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It's always comforting to know that I can do a lot of important things inside the Linux terminal. Even those stuff that I normally do using a GUI like posting Twitter updates , downloading torrent files and Instant Messaging (IM) . Today, let me show you how I was able to download a YouTube video from the Linux terminal . It's really very easy so you may want to try it immediately after the following instructions:
How to Convert FLV (YouTube/Flash Videos) to MPEG in Linux: Not long ago, we've shown you how to download YouTube videos from the Linux terminal , and then shared with you an easy way to download and convert YouTube videos to MP4 . Today, we will be showing you a very simple way to convert .flv (YouTube/Flash videos) to .mpg via the Linux terminal. This would be very helpful for those of you wanted to view those downloaded videos through your home DVD players since most of these players couldn’t read Flash videos. The software that we will use to convert FLV to MPEG in Linux is FFmpeg. This program is not just an audio/video converter, but it can also be utilized to stream and record audio and video files. FFmpeg supports a wide range of formats such as ASF, AVI, BFI, IFF, RL2, FLV, MXF, Matroska, Maxis XA, MSN Webcam stream, MPEG, TXD, OMA, and GXF.