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Do I need to encode video in both ogg and webm?

I'm doing some HTML5 video work; I'm taking uploaded video and using ffmpeg and related packages to convert the original videos (usually .mov, but whatever) into mp4, ogg and webm versions for ...
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What is wrong with my “new” camera? My playback looks bad

My old Canon mv690 camera recorder got broken. It uses MiniDV casettes. To play many old recordings I bought a used Canon GL2 Mini DV 3ccd camera to play my old casettes, but the image is not ...
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How to convert a .m4v video/audio file to .mp4 on Windows-7, for free

Does Windows-7 already have something that does this? Or is there a free download that does it?
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Codec genealogy / kinship: DivX, MPEG-4 Part 2, H.263

Yes, I know, H.264/AVC is here for everyone, and we're moving (slowly) towards H.265/HEVC, so why bother with these historic formats? Well, just because it's history. I admit my research has been ...
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Old 8mm video recording tapes and standards

I want to transfer a set of old home video tapes recorded on a Sanyo VM-D66P. I do not have access to the camcorder anymore need to buy a camcorder that will play them so I can capture it via USB. The ...
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Is it possible to wirelessly transmit 1920x1080 32-bit color 30fps video through VGA from laptop to HDTV?

Is it electrically possible to transmit a 1920x1080 32-bit color image at 30 frames per seconds just being powered off of a laptop's USB2 port? I am looking for technical information regarding power ...
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47.952 instead of 48 fps?

I work with some clips, all taken from the same camera, which have the exact following characteristics (apart from the duration of course): Video: 00:03:21.806, 47.952 fps progressive, 1920x1440x12, ...
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Using 1080i on a 720P monitor will produce better image/video quality?

I have a LCD monitor which only has resolution of 1366 x 768, and it can support 1080i So, Should I output 1080i video to this monitor, or should I just use 720p? Which one is better? I have ...
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Is it still necessary to fill in gaps in sequence?

I know that in the early versions of PremierePro it was necessary to fill all gaps in your sequence (places where there was no video) with black video. If you left these gaps Premiere would give you ...
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FPS for the internet

HI I want to know how many FPS I should use for a video for the internet. I guess it depends on where I am going to show it? youtube, vimeo, etc?. if you can, please, give me a list of possibilities, ...
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How much GB or TB is 1 hour of raw uncompressed Ultra HD film?

I was looking on wikipedia but couldn't find any definitive answer. I think it's because it depends on how many bits is the color pallete and frames per second. Please, could somebody help me make ...
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How does GSpot calculate “Recommended display size”

I've got a video and I thought it's size was 640x480 and this is shown on GSpot. However also in the container section of GSpot it is saying Recommended Display Size: 853 x 480 does anyone know ...
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How can I transcode a PAL-formatted videotape in the United States?

A friend has come into possession of a VHS tape whose video is encoded in the PAL standard. He would like to play this tape back and record the output into some format that he can easily play back in ...