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Copy from the flash drive to your HD to test it's speed, or even better use a disk read/write speed testing utility. Using the internet & a stopwatch has too many variables.


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First open the webpage that has your video. Next, open up the activities and downloads windows in safari. The in the activities window, look for a line withe the ending '.mp4' , '.wav' or any sort of multimedia extension. When you do find it, select it and copy it to the downloads window. Your download will then start automatically. A video of the same can ...


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One option you should consider is using the built in Loudness Equalization feature found in Windows Vista and above. Here is one article that describes it... http://www.howtogeek.com/115656/3-ways-to-normalize-sound-volume-on-your-pc/ and another here... http://anderwald.info/windows/normalize-all-sound-output-in-windows-vista-and-higher/comment-page-1/ ...


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first of all percentage is every time a partial quantity of the value 100, so there are not more then 100% secondly if the used application (flashapp or other) dosnt provide an per application volume setting you can use the application based volume setting of your operating system if such is integrate with your os (witch is the case with windows 7). Just ...


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I'd use a Firefox add-on like Video DownloadHelper, or any of the many other similar add-ons, to download any web video clips. Webpage designers don't generally want people to save their videos easily.


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If your program chooses language based on system settings, the Application Compatibility Toolkit might have a shim that allows those to be overridden.


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It automatically detects it. Now, I want it to display the original language, because the translation is not satisfactory. How do I do it? You don't. If the program does not have to option to switch languages then you are out of luck. You would need the source code to the program itself to change this behavior.


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Red5 only records what is received from a client; there is no "extra" created by the server, that includes silent audio data. I would assume based on what I know about the server that your publishing client is sending more data after you believe it has stopped.



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