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ffmpeg -i input.file -vf "scale=(iw*sar)*max(720/(iw*sar)\,480/ih):ih*max(720/(iw*sar)\,480/ih), crop=720:480" -c:v mpeg4 -vtag XVID -q:v 4 -c:a libmp3lame -q:a 4 output.avi Replace "input.file" with the name of your input file.
I'm no ffmpeg guru, but this should do the trick. First of all, you can get the size of input video like this: ffprobe -v error -of flat=s=_ -select_streams v:0 -show_entries stream=height,width in.mp4 With a reasonably recent ffmpeg, you can resize your video with these options: ffmpeg -i in.mp4 -vf scale=720:480 out.mp4 You can set the width or ...
Why dont you just make your pi dual-homed and setup a dhcp server. Basically just make it an access point so anyone within range can connect, they will then be assigned an ip address and then connect to the video files over Samba, NFS or something along those lines? Here is a pretty detailed tutorial on how to setup the pi as an access point. Here is a ...
Open up sound preferences by going to Menu > Preferences > Sound Once there, click on the "output" tab and read the list of devices. For me, the problem was that Mint was trying to use the first choice (my graphics card which only has DVI) as the audio output. Clicking on other selections fixed the problem.
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