YouTube is a good website for streaming free videos online but in case you are looking for different video hosting sites, here’s a list of best alternatives for YouTube in 2018.
Source: 10 Best Free YouTube Alternative Sites For Watching Videos In 2018 (Fossbytes)
YouTube is the second largest search engine on the Internet after Google. This guide discusses advanced search operators that you can use with your YouTube search queries for more accurate video searches.
Source: Advanced Video Search on YouTube with Simple Commands (Digital Inspiration)
There’s an open source Kodi plugin that lets you login to Netflix, browse the streaming video service’s catalog, and play videos.
Source: Plugin brings Netflix to Kodi Media Center (unofficially, but without breaking DRM) – Liliputing
There are plenty of features in VLC player. Here are a few more hidden gems that really demonstrate just how amazing VLC is. Check them out.
Source: 4 of the Most Underrated Features in VLC Player – Make Tech Easier
FFmpeg is a powerful command line tool for manipulating your media files. Here are some of the FFmpeg commands you should know for media conversions.
Source: 10 FFmpeg Commands You Should Know for Media File Conversions – Make Tech Easier
FFmpeg with an optional library vidstab can stabilize and smooth out shaky video on Linux. Here is a quick how-to and example video!
Source: Video Stabilization Using VidStab and FFmpeg on Linux (scottlinux.com | Linux Blog)
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Are looking for some websites where you can download movies for free, legally? To answer this query, we are here with a list of top 10 free movie download websites where you can get some quality entertainment
Source: Top 10 Free Movie Download Websites That Are Completely Legal (fossBytes)
I’ve been reviewing several Intel Bay Trail, Cherry Trail, and Braswell mini PCs in the last year or so, and I always end up recommending Microsoft Edge browser over Firefox or Chrome for people wanting to watch YouTube videos, as the last two browsers always drop many frames with the video stuttering regularly. However I noticed that while Edge is playing MP4/AVC (H.264) video, the other two browser would normally stream WebM/VP9 videos, and it could be the cause of the problem as H.264 can be hardware accelerated, but VP9 not, and the low power processor might not quite powerful enough to handle 1080p VP9 video decoding smoothly.
Source: Improve YouTube Video Playback on Low Power Intel mini PCs by Disabling VP9 Support in Chrome or Firefox (CNXSoft – Embedded Systems News)
OpenShot video editor is an open-source video editor for Linux but also available for Windows and Mac, it is free and released under GNU GPL 3 license. Using OpenShot video editor you can create a film with your videos, photos, and audio tracks that you have always thought of. It lets you add transitions, effects, and sub-titles, and you can export to DVD, YouTube, Video, and many other common formats.
Source: OpenShot 2.0.x Crowd Funded Video Editor Available for Ubuntu/Linux Mint – NoobsLab
FFmpeg is a great multimedia framework that helps you deal with your audio and video files.
Source: A Practical Guide Of FFmpeg – Part 1 | Unixmen