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Does sound from boom operator mic end up being used in final mix in high end production or only used as reference for voiceover?
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It depends on the type of production and on the local traditions. In the late fifties, the "Nouvelle Vague" in France and then in many other European countries changed the way many feature ...

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What does the `-context` parameter mean when using FFV1 in ffmpeg
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About your other question regarding the -coder option, I was also looking for more info on this. The current (Dec. 2020) IETF/cellar WG draft "FFV1 Video Coding Format Version 0, 1, and 3" ...

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How to see if a video file is progressive or interlaced?
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If you want to be able to check it for several files at once, here are the arguments you could use with the "CLI" (command-line) version of Mediainfo, or with ffprobe (which comes with ...

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Convert Analogue signal to digital
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You need a video capture device or a capture card. It will encode the analog video and audio into digital codecs (like H264 for video and AAC for audio, or other codecs depending on your needs and ...

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Automated Timing for Video Subtitles
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There is no professional tool that does this, as far as I know. It is never done, presumably because it would not be good enough and would need to be corrected by a human anyway. There are of course ...

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Best way to batch rotate 3000+ h.264 videos?
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Use ffmpeg and the "transpose" filter as "poor" suggested. For example, if your files are mp4 and are in the current directory: mkdir -p rotated for f in *.mp4; do ffmpeg -i "$f" -vf transpose=2 -c:a ...

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How to DISABLE--NOT REMOVE subtitle tracks from an MKV file from the command line?
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What player are you using? Unless you have the "forced" flag set, it's a player option whether subtitles are displayed automatically or not and in which language if you have several subtitle tracks. ...

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How to split a large mkv file into parts with the *.srt subtitle file separated accordingly?
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Add the subtitles to your large mkv file first. Then mkvmerge will split the file with the subtitles automatically. To add the subtitles, the easiest is to use mkvmerge-GUI. It will also show you the ...

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120fps 720p footage with real time playback on Ubuntu? + editing?
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If you shot at 120fps, it is presumably to get a slow motion effect. So the playback actually needs to be at your normal 24/25/30 fps speed to get the effect. There is no such thing as 120 fps ...

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