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Package Installation

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# pacman -S ffmpeg

Encoding Examples


Concatenate the desired VOB files into a single VOB file.

Single-pass x264 (very high-quality])

ffmpeg -i Transformers.3.Dark.of.the.Moon.VOB -f avi -acodec copy -vcodec libx264 -preset veryslow -crf 15 -threads 6 -x264opts frameref=15 Transformers.3.Dark.of.the.Moon.avi
ffmpeg -i 13.Assassins.2010.VOB -f avi -acodec copy -vcodec libx264 -preset veryslow -tune film -crf 15 -threads 6 -x264opts frameref=15 13.Assassins.2010.avi


Creating presets

Package Removal

To remove the FFmpeg package while retaining its configuration files and dependencies:

# pacman -R ffmpeg

To remove the FFmpeg package and its configuration files while retaining its dependencies:

# pacman -Rn ffmpeg

To remove the FFmpeg package and dependencies not required by any other packages while retaining its configuration files:

# pacman -Rs ffmpeg

To remove the FFmpeg package, its configuration files and dependencies not required by any other packages:

# pacman -Rns ffmpeg

{{Note|Pacman will not remove configuration files outside of the defaults that were created during package installation. This includes user-created preset files.

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