Hello Newbie here,
I am in the process of replacing my Debian and Fedora boxes with Backtrack 4 final as my primary daily desktop. With that said, I would like to install all of the following programs in Backtrack 4 final:
- Can anyone please advise if any of the above are compatible in Backtrack 4 final or if they will cause errors with their dependencies?
Avidemux is a very good video editor
Sound Juicer is a CD ripping tool. It supports flac, oga, mp3, wav and spx output formats.
Probably the best Linux CD/DVD burning program.
To enable all encoding features and programs for k3b
also install k3b-extras-freeworld vcdimager normalize transcode lame lame-libs'
K9copy is the linux version of DVDshrink.
also install libdvdread libdvdnav lsdvd'
DeVeDe is a very good dvd authoring tool. It allows you to convert any type of video format to DVD so that you can watch it in any player you like.
DVD::rip is an utility for ripping your DVDs in Linux
- Please advise where and how to install them? (or are they as simple as running the install command from the repos like in Debian & Fedora?) (Does BT have 3rd party repos, i.e Ubuntu - or is that a slap on the hand move?)
If you have any personal experience with any of the above or know of any better application, please feel free to comment or advise.
Thanx in advance!
P.S. - would be an awesome tutorial (extremely useful & convenience as well) to have all these multi-media apps in one post. including vlc, mplayer, smplayer, etc. etc - even though these are very simple to install (looking at it with newbie eyes