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Go into Word's Replace dialog (in Mac Word, you need the Advanced Find/Replace) and click the More button. Click in the Find What box. Click the Format dropdown, Font, and select the colour you want to find (e.g. black). Click in the Replace With box. Click the Format dropdown, Font, and select the font and size that you want. Replace All, then repeat ...
One thing I could think of is file type checker http://mark0.net/soft-trid-e.html could be help full. A demuxer could be best option because wont loose quality re compressing, it will just split the video up into it's audio n video. Digital Digest is a great site, very helpful for this sort of thing, I have been using it for many a years! AV Splitter 1.2 ...
Have you tried VirtualDub? As long as you have the codecs installed, or download the addins, VDUB can usually perform the conversion. http://www.virtualdub.org/index.html From Vdub (http://forums.virtualdub.org/index.php?s=43b1e5503ee6baa8b85866ddf58b64b6&act=ST&f=7&t=14639&st=105) And here's the first release for quicktime video (mov, ...
Freemake will do this as below. It's the single best converter out there as far as I'm concerned. Open source and malware free. Does a superb job re: compression and supports tons of formats. As per my comment tho dunno why you'd to go to AVI container with Xvid codec from MP4.
After converting: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 input.gif Try optimize frames: convert input.gif -verbose -coalesce -layers OptimizeFrame input_optframe.gif And use gifsicle to make final optimization: gifsicle -O2 input_optframe.gif -o optimized.gif Got 6.8mb GIF from 12.2mb video with almost the same quality!
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