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the three ways to use ffmpeg 

1. ffmpeg -i infile outfile # :) :) this should be fine :)

2. combining the second-most upvoted answers to three different stack exchange questions

3. already know the ins and outs of the codecs & containers you're working with and simply Read and Comprehend the ffmpeg manual

re: the three ways to use ffmpeg 

@agafnd my way of using ffmpeg is to open my shell history search, type "ffmpeg", and pick the thing that looks closest to what I want to do

re: the three ways to use ffmpeg 

@Dee yeah that too

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