This article will describe how to install FFmpeg on Fedora 34/33/32/31/30 Linux systems using DNF. It also provides basic uses of the FFmpeg command-line utility.

Step 1 – Configure Yum Repository

First of all, You must have installed and enabled the RPMfusion repository on your Fedora system. If you don’t have installed, use the below commands to install.

Step 2 – Install FFmpeg on Fedora

Now, your Fedora system is ready for the FFmpeg installation. Use the DNF package manager to begin the installation process of FFmpeg with the FFmpeg-devel package on the Fedora system.

Step 3 – Check FFmpeg Version

After successfully installed FFmpeg packages on Fedora. Now use the following command to check the version installed on the system.

Step 4 – FFmpeg Basic Commands (Optional)

Here is the list of few FFmpeg basic commands line options. These commands will help you to work with FFmpeg utility.

ffmpeg -version: show version ffmpeg -formats: show available formats ffmpeg -codecs: show available codecs ffmpeg -decoders: show available decoders ffmpeg -encoders: show available encoders ffmpeg -bsfs: show available bit stream filters ffmpeg -protocols: show available protocols ffmpeg -filters: show available filters ffmpeg -pix_fmts: show available pixel formats ffmpeg -layouts: show standard channel layouts ffmpeg -sample_fmts: show available audio sample formats

Click here to read more about ffmpeg on its official site.

Step 5 – FFmpeg Basic Examples

Here are a few basic examples of uses of the FFmpeg command line. Please suggest more examples to add here. Reduce .mov File Size: Convert .mov To .mp4

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