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I've seen in the Debian doc that if xorg.conf is missing (which is my case) Xorg will probe your hardware on every startup. So I did an apt-get install firmware-linux-nonfree (I have Debian stable) and installed the xserver-xorg-video-????? (most popular video cards). After having tested in some machines now, this seem to be the answer since all the tests ...
Totem - the default video player for 14.04 and some earlier versions of Ubuntu - has menu option with simple options (under Edit menu, "Create Screenshot Gallery..."). There's also a command-line equivalent(ish) called "totem-video-thumbnailer" which has a man page that tells you how to use it; I wrote a simple bash script that used output from the find ...
Currently, there is no driver for Mac cameras. There is a kernel.org bug open here, and a driver is under development (but not yet stable) here.
A typical video file is a container for video data. The video data itself is compressed by some codec. You therefore have to distinguish between the container format and the video codec. For a correct answer you should tell the codec type of the video data in your file. You find lots of information about your video file by ffprobe yourfile.MOD If the ...
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