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I know this is old posting but searching this issue on the internet the above question pops up, and some other entries are even older. I have tried different tools but in the end I am most satisfied with this command: ffmpeg -i *.vob -c:v libx264 -crf 20 -c:a libmp3lame -ac 2 -ab 192k output.avi It is a slight modification of the one that I found here. ...


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Here's your best option: Use hwinfo --framebuffer as described, choose a video mode you would like to see during boot in console, then add the option vga=nnn to the kernel boot parameters. The only trick is that nnn is the video mode you selected from the list produced by hwinfo - CONVERTED TO DECIMAL !!! If you try vga=0xwhatever it's not going to work. ...



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