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Programmer/Systems Analyst working mostly in PHP/HTML/CSS. Enthusiast follower of User Experience topics and solutions.


Jul
21
answered How can I capture/convert HDMI from an HDCP protected input?
Jul
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awarded  Curious
Dec
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
11
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
17
comment Fixing desync in a large, long video file
@ColeJohnson for a final file file to upload to youtube it's pretty big, but for a source file for editing I'll often have 5-40GB files for 30 minutes to an hour, over 100 GB with a long Fraps recording (but those get compressed/chopped up quite a bit)
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
comment Fixing desync in a large, long video file
Oh, hm. Is there any clever way to know how much of a % to tweak but or will I just have to play them side by side until it's right?
Jun
19
comment Fixing desync in a large, long video file
I do have audacity and I think I have some software that can rip out the audio stream. Does audacity allow you to edit the length of the audio track too? I know you can shift the whole thing forward, but what's the option to edit how it syncs up? The audio track is the right length but doesn't sync, so just shifting the start position won't fix it.
Jun
19
asked Fixing desync in a large, long video file
May
13
awarded  Critic
May
13
asked How can I capture/convert HDMI from an HDCP protected input?
Apr
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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awarded  Commentator
Feb
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awarded  Teacher
Feb
25
comment FPS for the internet
Note that Youtube doesn't appear to support over 30 FPS anyway. You can still upload stuff over 60 though, Youtube works it's magic regardless
Dec
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Nov
30
accepted What codecs/formats are appropriate for full motion video recording for youtube?
Nov
30
awarded  Scholar
Nov
30
accepted How can I find duplicate videos from a large set of videos of varying formats?