MystiQ is a free and open source video converter for Windows and Linux. It is a graphical user interface front-end for FFmpeg and based on Qt5 and SoX. It comes with advanced set of conversion presets to help the conversion of media files within a few clicks. You can also adjust conversion parameters to change based on your requirement.It is released on GNU General Public License version 3+ License. It is a easy and simple to use video converter for all.
Install MystiQ Video Converter on Ubuntu:
MystiQ Video Converter available as a deb package file and portable appimage format.
Install MystiQ via AppImage:
Download the MystiQ Video Converter AppImage file format from the below MystiQ Video Converter download link.
Here the downloaded file name is “MystiQ_v20.01.22.AppImage” and the file download location is “Downloads” folder. You can change these values according to yours.
Open your Ubuntu terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) app and run this command to go or navigate your download location.
Then run the below command to change the file permission of downloaded file MystiQ_v20.01.22.AppImage to execute. If needed type your ubuntu password.
sudo chmod +x ~ MystiQ_v20.01.22.AppImage
Or right click on the downloaded .AppImage file and select Properties.Then go to the Permissions tab and check the Allow executing files as program option.
To launch the video converter run the below command and press the enter key.
Install MystiQ via deb:
From the above MystiQ Video Converter download link download the latest version MystiQ Video Converter in .deb file format.
Open your ubuntu terminal app (ctrl+Alt+T) and navigate to your download path. For me its Downloads folder.
Then run the below command.
sudo dpkg -i mystiq_20.02.15-1_amd64.deb
Here “mystiq_20.02.15-1_amd64.deb” is the downloaded file name. you can change according to yours.
then enter your ubuntu user password. After that type and enter the below command.
sudo apt-get install -f