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How to produce this no-shadow effect? Some examples will explain this best. Lighting with a soft box makes the shadow soft and unobtrusive. When close to a subject, the light rays from a large light source strike the subject from many angles. The closer the light is, the softer its shadows are. Results of the lighting setup. A fill card was used ...
I may not be able to answer this as fully as someone else, but I'd do the following: Open the video file in (most) any video editor. (something as basic as Windows Movie Maker will suffice) Split the clip at the point where the device rotates. Rotate the newly-created second clip to suit your needs.
If you just want to embed a cover you might consider keeping the result as mp3, for example: ffmpeg -i original.mp3 -i cover.png -map 0:0 -map 1:0 -metadata:s:v title="Album cover" -metadata:s:v comment="Cover (Front)" -id3v2_version 3 -write_id3v1 1 result.mp3 If you are creating mp4's, e.g. for YouTube, then I suggest to split the process to two steps - ...
They've done it via rotoscoping techniques in order to create depth information. From fxguide.com about Titanic 3d Conversion: The team at Stereo D used no projection or automated solutions. The team isolated with multiple layers of roto each of the key elements of the scene, often many per person in the foreground and then these were used to derive a ...
The basics of that are actually not that complicated (while there is definitely more to know about that topic than would fit in this answer). Take a look at that graphic you can find on the w3c-website: As you can see, the container is exactly that: a container that can contain different types of media, most notably video and audio, but also captions and ...
I think browsers usually don't have configurable buffer sizes for streaming. If you can get the video URL out of the browser, you could stream with mpv or something. mpv --cache-secs=15 http://example.org/video.mp4 mpv has several other cache-tuning options. As far as using a VPN: your ISP still sees the traffic. It just doesn't see that it's an HTTP ...
Gopro 3 black + has a kit with sync cable for genlock. There are sony cameras with dual lens dual sensor. Also there are genloc syncers based on Lan C for regular Hd sony cameras sincing in the microsecond range.
I have solved this problem. An error happens due to environment variables. I added :/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.7.0-openjdk-i386 to etc/profile export JAHA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.7.0-openjdk-i386 Now , I can compile libvlc, but new problem arises: libvlc:compileReleaseJava FAILED *what went wrong: Execution failed for task 'libvlc:compileReleaseJAVA'. > ...
I think most HW players that can play mp4/avi/mkv/etc files-in-a-directory will load external-file subtitles if you just put them in the same directory as the video. Burn it to a data DVD, or put it on a USB stick, and you're done.
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