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How do I take an FMS h264 stream and wrap it in a container?

I have an FMS (Flash Media Server 4) that writes out the video streams to .f4v files. As far as I can see and understand, it only writes the video/audio data with no container at all, though I could ...
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How can I change containers without losing quality?

Trying Premiere Pro but can't seem to let me import .mkv or .mp4... So, I wonder if it's possible to just change containers without losing any quality at all. Let's say a .mov container? Video is ...
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Dummy interface in an LXC guest

I am trying to create a split-horizon PPTP setup as described on my website within an LXC container. However, I need a dummy interface within the container to put the DHCP server on. Here comes the ...
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Windows - how to install one program but have the ability to swap its settings/licenses (container?)

This is an odd one to explain, bear with me. We have a program, call it Program-A. We run this program on our Windows machines on behalf of customers, but each customer has their own license for it. ...
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Why is the resulting file unplayable when I use FFMPEG to convert a MP4 video to ASF?

I want to convert an .mp4 file to an .asf file, but I need to keep the size of the file below 150 mb (the server I need to upload the file to can only take files under 150 mb). Basically I want to ...
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How to properly configure and use LXC through lxc-tools (NOT libvirt) on Red Hat based distros?

I am currently learning all about LXC. No doubt there are excellent tutorials about it. The tutorials/guides take one of the following approach: LXC on Ubuntu/Debian etc. using lxc-tools OR LXC on ...
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Using iptables to give an LXC container a routable IP

I'm using Docker to manage LXC containers. At the moment Docker configures the underlying LXC container with host-only routing and then uses iptables/DNAT to punch holes into the container, making it ...