How to install MystiQ Video Converter on Ubuntu

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.

Download MystiQ Video Converter

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.

cd Downloads

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.

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To launch the video converter run the below command and press the enter key.

sudo ./MystiQ_v20.01.22.AppImage

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.

cd Downloads

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
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