Making HTML5 video and Adobe Flash work in vivaldi on Fedora 28 is quite easy. Install Vivaldi on Fedora 28 with fedy vivaldi is very cool chromium-based web browser which is a lot more user-friendly than any other I know at the…
I have found a pretty helpful article for ffmpeg recompile: //fozzolog.fozzilinymoo.org/tech/2009/11/recompiling-ffmpeg-for-fedora-12-to-add-faac-support.html . However, it looks like the instructions were incomplete.
I could not get it compiled in a sane manner in Fedora 11. However, one can get it now from atrpms.
When you need to capture something from your screen, there is a great program which does the job for you, xvidcap.
“LiVES is a simple to use, yet powerful video editor and VJ tool.” Written at //www.gnomefiles.org/app.php?soft_id=432. It is claimed to be capable of handling a variety of file formats.