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Jun
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comment Best way to batch rotate 3000+ h.264 videos?
@poor : well, for those users who are neither on linux nor on mac, the translation into PowerShell is "left as an exercise for the reader"... :-)
May
19
comment How do I turn audio into video (that is, show the waveforms in a video)?
The OP will probably want to look at the other answers which link to After Effects tutorials, but these excellent ffmpeg examples are really useful to have here. Thanks!
May
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May
9
reviewed Approve Best way to batch rotate 3000+ h.264 videos?
Apr
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answered Convert Analogue signal to digital
Apr
24
comment How to split a large mkv file into parts with the *.srt subtitle file separated accordingly?
@qazwsx : If you don't use Homebrew or Macports, get the binary from here: macupdate.com/app/mac/16837/mkvtoolnix . It's packaged into a normal .app and opens the GUI.
Apr
24
answered Automated Timing for Video Subtitles
Apr
24
revised Best way to batch rotate 3000+ h.264 videos?
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Apr
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answered Best way to batch rotate 3000+ h.264 videos?
Apr
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revised How to split a large mkv file into parts with the *.srt subtitle file separated accordingly?
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Apr
24
comment How to split a large mkv file into parts with the *.srt subtitle file separated accordingly?
@qazwsx ; The GUI is available with several installs but maybe not all. See bunkus.org/videotools/mkvtoolnix/downloads.html#macosx . "0:eng" specifies the language of the first ST track. It is OK to re-use the "0:" track number for following ST tracks; it is automatically converted to the real track number.
Apr
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Apr
23
comment Best way to batch rotate 3000+ h.264 videos?
You don't really need a whole script for this. It can be done directly on the Mac or Linux command-line with something like : mkdir -p rotated; for f in *.mp4; do ffmpeg -i "$f" -vf transpose=2 rotated/"$f"; done (assuming your video files are .mp4 in this example).
Apr
23
answered How to DISABLE--NOT REMOVE subtitle tracks from an MKV file from the command line?
Apr
23
answered How to split a large mkv file into parts with the *.srt subtitle file separated accordingly?
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Feb
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revised 120fps 720p footage with real time playback on Ubuntu? + editing?
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answered 120fps 720p footage with real time playback on Ubuntu? + editing?
Nov
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comment Simple Video Editing Tool?
You write "FFmpeg is a paid video editing tool for Windows". Not at all! ffmpeg is actually free, open source, and multi platform. But most importantly, it is NOT a video editor, but a command-line encoding/decoding/(de-)muxing tool.