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I had a similar problem doing a basic convert and I had to install the following package: ufraw-batch
You cannot loop .mp4 files, but as a workaround you can use e.g. -loop 5 to multiply the animation in the resulting .mp4 file 5 times. This will result in 5 times bigger file, but you will not have any jitter between these 5 animations.
You can make a looping GIF by setting a bit in the header of the file (been doing that since 1989), but there is no such facility that I know of in the .mp4 files. For them looping is controlled via an additional, player dependent, file. The absence of that also is the reason why you don't have any looping .mp4 on YouTube.
At the beginning of the RAID-1 there is some information that cannot just be inserted into your exiting non-boot drive. The way to proceed is as follows: partition the new drive with one huge partition create a RAID-1 on the new drive with one drive defunct: mdadm --create /dev/md0 --level=raid1 --raid-devices=2 /dev/sdb1 missing if it says you don't ...
Make sure that the FILE line in the cue file points to the correct name. In your case it should read: FILE "foobar.wv" WAVE Then renaming foo.cue to foobar.cue should do the trick. Another option is to recreate the cue sheet from the original wv file (provided the info is there): $ wvunpack -c foobar.wv > foobar.cue then split as usual.
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