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Try fbida ? https://www.kraxel.org/blog/linux/fbida/ Under this discussion there appears to sometimes be a -noverbose option to display just the image without a status bar.
Well, i've already researched it and all answers were NO YOU CAN'T. Maximum i get was installing imagemagick package via apt-get install imagemagick command and running display imagefile.jpg, but under X11.
ffmpeg is an OS agnostic tool that is capable of determining if a video file has been completely downloaded. The command below instructs ffmpeg to read the input video and encode the video to nothing. During the encoding process, any errors such as missing frames are output to test.log. ffmpeg -v error -i FILENAME.mp4 -f null - 2>test.log If a video ...
ffmpeg for encoding, vlc for streaming. Both are open and free.
You have to check if your UEFI support this feature. On my laptop (Lenovo z70) I was not able to permanently enable the discrete nvidia gpu. That's right anyway, you shouldn't use the discrete video card when not needed: this would lead to heavy power consume and more heat. You should activate the discrete video card only when really needed (using optirun, ...
It is important to note immediately that it is not just the video that has been disrupted. The modules/drivers were not permitted to load because of version-matching restraints. I would like to provide the direct cause of the problem, although I do not know the ultimate cause of the problem. I did indeed have kernel + module mismatch that led to the error ...
In the end I couldn't find a suitable solution to my problem and so I wrote my own program to solve it. xeventbind will fire up your script when the resolution changes. Here's a link to github repository
It's possible using Kdenlive and GIMP. In Kdenlive, put your video clip on the timeline in the 2nd video track. Scrub to the frame you want, then right click on the project monitor and select 'extract frame'. Save it, then open that file in GIMP. In GIMP, create a new layer and draw your annotation, then hide the background image layer and, from the file ...
kdenlive reverse clip https://userbase.kde.org/Kdenlive/Manual/Project_Menu/Reverse_Clip right-click on the clip: clip jobs / reverse clip
ffplay appears to only support a single input file, so you'll need to use code to loop over a list of input files (and possibly to shuffle them); wildly assuming coreutils (for shuf), perhaps something like: find musicdir -type f -name "*.mp3" | shuf | while read f; do ffplay -autoexit -- "$f"; done This will of course break horribly if there are spaces ...
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