Convert ogv video to avi using ffmpeg

ffmpeg -i input_demo.ogv -vcodec mpeg4 -qscale 0 -acodec libmp3lame my-demo-video.avi

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By: ceddi
2016-10-17 18:54:50

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Worked for me, when I failed to convert my ogv video to avi uwing Convertio. It was a homework task on 3D Architecture course at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy (my study link https://www.domyhomework4me.onl/ to do fast hw).
Jyrki · 15 weeks ago
Worked for me, when I failed to convert my ogv video to avi uwing Convertio. It was a homework task on 3D Architecture course at the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy - my study link [domyhomework4me.onl](https://www.domyhomework4me.onl/) to do fast hw.
Jyrki · 15 weeks ago
All classes are mixed. I know this has been a major challenge for teachers. My children who learned virtually say they feel like ghosts. My 3D Architecture course is easy, and lucky to say that I need to do my homework for me only twice a week. Many places have virtual school options where it is only virtual school. If they want virtual school they can do that. In Florida there is Florida Virtual. These are programs designed specifically for virtual kids.
Jyrki · 15 weeks ago
This topic seems to be a bit technical to me as the main heading here states something about Convert ogv video to avi using ffmpeg, so if you think this can help then go for it and let others know what this was all about as i don't have any idea. We all can have term paper help online for them.
saveed · 1 week and 5 days ago

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