Av1 in fedora

How to have av1 video encoding in fedora 37 intel opensource video encoding.

You can use ffmpeg. To see all available encoders, run ffmpeg -encoders command.

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ffmpeg is great, I’ve found several use cases for it (mostly audio, including → aac with libfdkaac and metadata reading and writing and album art handling and splitting large files according to timestamps and expanding to waves and calculating lengths for tocs for cdrdao and checking whether that .m4a is an alac and instead of handbrake for converting video. Will create repos for them eventually, time flies and once you get something working you don’t always take the time to prettify and document and structure for the hub. Ah, sorry about going off on a tangent, I’m just rather impressed with this application.