Shutter Encoder is a free and open source video encoding and conversion application for Linux, MacOS and Windows. You can use it to convert image, video, and audio files, encode files, replace audio, burn or rip to DVD, analyze audio loudness/true peaks, video inserts. You can easily trim images and videos. You can add images/videos as watermarks and easily create subtitles from your videos. It also comes with a cut detection feature that allows you to send files to wetransfer or ftp servers. Supports WAV, AIFF, FLAC, MP3, AAC, AC3, OPUS, OGG audio conversion and H.264, DV PAL, XDCAM HD422, AVC-Intra 100, XAVC, HAP, H.265, VP9, AV1, OGV, MJPEG Yes, Xvid, WMV, MPEG output codecs. Licensed under the GPL 3 license.
Install shutter encoder on Ubuntu
Available as a native deb and portable AppImage file format on Ubuntu.
Install the shutter encoder via DEB.
Go to the shutter encoder download page above, download the Ubuntu deb package file, and save it in your downloads folder. Here, the downloaded file name is “Shutter Encoder (Linux Version 13.9).deb”. It changes according to the version. Right-click and select the name of the downloaded file.ShutterEncoder.deb“
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Open the terminal app (Ctrl + Alt + T) and execute the following command. If required, enter your Ubuntu password.
sudo dpkg -i ShutterEncoder.deb
sudo apt install -f
Install the shutter encoder via AppImage.
Download AppImage from the download link above, save it in the download folder, and rename the file to “ShutterEncoder.AppImage“Then, run the following command in the terminal:
sudo chmod +x ~ ShutterEncoder.AppImage
Execute with the following command
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