There used to be a method for extracting buffered flash video in any browsers (like firefox, chrome, etc.), which makes use of the command ps and spies the fd that is pointing to an in-memory ...
I need to encode a video into a *.F4V file with h.264 video and AAC+V2 / HE-AAC audio. I seriously doubt that any free software can do that, especially the audio codec which is patented. The only ...
Is it simply a CPU-intensive activity, or is there more to it? Why can't more processing be offloaded on to the GPU?
There's a website that lets me watch streaming movies. Is there a desktop app that could link to the Flash movie and accept subtitles also?