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You could also use Openshot it's a very intuitive an easy to use video editor. You have to right click on the imported clip then properties -> speed tab, change the direction of the clip.
AviSynth has a Reverse() command, which could be used ... also see: "how do I make a video play backwards on virtual dub?"
In Debian there's Avidemux program, with Reverse video filter. Just tested - works perfectly. GTK, QT and command line versions available. Edit: this plugin has been removed in Avidemux ver. 2.6. Use 2.5.6 and older.
I also was facing from same problem when I ran my own addon kodi gave segmentation fault(core dumped) and stopped. I totally removed kodi sudo apt-get autoremove kodi The above command will remove kodi completely also. Delete the ".kodi"(it's hidden so hit ctrl+h) directory in your home folder. After that do the following. sudo apt-get update ...
From http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2553448: Dump all video frames $ ffmpeg -i input.mkv -an -qscale 1 %06d.jpg Dump audio $ ffmpeg -i input.mkv -vn -ac 2 audio.wav Reverse audio $ sox -V audio.wav backwards.wav reverse Cat video frames in reverse order to FFmpeg as input $ cat $(ls -t *jpg) | ffmpeg -f image2pipe -vcodec mjpeg -r 25 -i - -i ...
Short answer, loggedin with root reside virtual consoles(i.e. Ctrl+Alt+N), then start pulseaudio daemon and play video: /usr/bin/pulseaudio --start mplayer -vo fbdev2 test.mp4 [Important] tried with /usr/bin/pulseaudio --system is not required here. And you MUST reside root(not sudo or even su) AND virtual consoles to perform all the step including ...
I can't provide the information you requested in a comment, so here goes: Hardware $ sudo lshw -C system bedroom-gentoo description: Desktop Computer product: M68M-S2P () vendor: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. width: 64 bits capabilities: smbios-2.4 dmi-2.4 vsyscall32 configuration: boot=normal chassis=desktop ...
I had a notebook with this very same card back when Debian Squeeze was fresh. I know this is super mad old and may not work on your case, but from every method I tried out there (dozens, just to keep in mind), only one that worked was this (for me and others on the community too). It also will give a 1280x800 resolution, but will kill the VGA port (if it ...
You'd need to find an FLV format decoder, and have it scan the files to make sure that at least the container format is complete and correct. FFmpeg parses and converts FLV format files, but you may not be able to use it with a file containing unknown video formats. With a bit of programming, the FLV container format is pretty simple to decode. Once you've ...
You can solve this by adding your user to the video group: adduser stanek video
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