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Unless you can estimate how long a particular input file will be processed and the worker processes don't have a way to report back to the scheduler (as they do in normal parallel computing scenarios - often through MPI), you are generally out of luck - either pay the penalty of some workers processing input longer than others (because of inequality of ...
You could do it like this using ffmpeg. This approach assumes you know the length of the video and want to manually split it at a particular time point. You can use ffmpeg to get the duration like so. Example $ ffmpeg -i me.avi |& grep Dura Duration: 00:01:43.27, start: 0.000000, bitrate: 16330 kb/s So say we want to split it into 1:00.00 and ...
split is a traditional UNIX tool, that does one job only—splitting files. If you had a bunch of files to archive to individual disks, you might do it like this: ____________________ | FILESYSTEM | _________ ____________ | dir1/ dir2/ | tar | | gzip | | | file1 file3 | ...
split splits files, the size remains the same. rar reduces the size.
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