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Adding hard and soft subtitles to a video
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You can do this via ffmpeg.exe. For a guide to installing ffmpeg check the first part of this video here: For hardsubbing you can check this video here: ...

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Is this upscaling algorithm in place already?
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A good way to answer this is to look through the wiki on comparison on image scaling algorithms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_gallery_of_image_scaling_algorithms Might provide some insight ...

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Does Youtube accept 10bit uploads? If so, what codec should I use?
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Atm a 10 bit h.265 in NUT container is the best of what I've tried. Depending on how popular ur channel is, rather whether you'll get vp9 encoding or not, u should scale to 2k or 4k. But ur doing 4k ...

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Need help finding the right video production software
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Blender VSE is an option that can do those things you need. It uses ffmpeg to do its renders. The main drawback is it renders very slowly, forcing things to a single cpu core, as well it lacks certain ...

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I need to modify a movie's displayed subtitles and display as an image overlay
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Ok great. So 3 steps really: 1. Make sure you have the .ttf on ur computer installed, if not extract it from the streams ffmpeg -dump_attachment:t:0 OpenSans-Semibold.ttf -i input.mkv In my case I ...

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