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sorry can't comment Check if it gets better if you turn hardware acceleration on. Download the video, open with Chrome (which seems to be your browser). If it uses less CPU, it's a problem with how your browser plays HTML5 video and you can fix it by opening the video in new tab (which sadly will be problematic with Youtube and the similar). If it uses the ...


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The answer is probably best presented as a qualified "yes". If one does not require all functionality provided by a proprietary driver, it is not required to use a proprietary driver supplied by a vendor, Linux distribution, or the nvidia.com web site. For example, the nouveau driver supplied by (most?) Linux distributions is quite capable of supporting ...


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You'll need to use 2-pass encoding to "fit" a video within a designated file size (bitrate), without reducing the quality too drastically. This is quite a detailed topic: http://www.mpabo.com/2014/12/14/ffmpeg-and-x264-encoding-guide/


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Many video codecs encode video frames in two or three different ways: I-frames, P-frames, and B-frames. In short, only I-frames hold enough data to make a video starting point. With -vcodec copy, the software only does this — copying frames. So, if your cut happens at such a time that the chunk starts on an I-frame, it will play fine; otherwise, not. Hence, ...


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Okay so I figured it out and I rewrote the script from scratch. #!/bin/bash DIR="/../../../*" #directory where the movie files are located OUT_DIR="/../../../../" #directory where the processed movie files will be exported OUTPUT_FILE="" file_duration_flat=0 file_duration_int=0 working_file_duration=0 default_chunk_size=600 #video length in seconds (10 ...


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What if you don't use acodec copy but --extract-audio --audio-format mp3 --audio-quality 0? Getting it in mp3 means it has to post-process right? And that automatically means quality loss right?


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Not sure if this will help at all but i just had a struggle with my Elgato capture card outputting S-video as black and white. I ended up switching the Elgato software settings to 'composite' instead of S-video and then changed the cable input so the yellow connection when into the red and it works perfectly now with colour! Hope this helps!



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