One of the really neat things about the Linux desktop is how obtainable making desired changes and tweaks can be, should the desire be there. One example is of course taking one file type and converting it to something completely different.
In this article, we see a simple Nautilus script in which we can take a video file and turn it into a MP3 file. What is so neat about this is that once the script is put together, no other labor is needed.
So by using a simple script, one can convert viewable video files and easily translate them into a file that can be listened to at ones leisure, perhaps on their way to work. Now this is not to say it’s going to work flawlessly for everyone, but the idea at its core is still pretty neat.