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Use the -map option to choose your streams. Default stream selection will only choose one of each stream type, so that is why -map has to be used here: ffmpeg -i video.mkv -i audio.mp3 -map 0:v -map 0:a:0 -map 1:a \ -metadata:s:a:0 language=eng -metadata:s:a:1 language=sme -codec copy \ -shortest output.mkv 0:v – The 0 refers to the first input which is ...


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It sounds like your signal is being degraded by the walls/floor. At 2.4Ghz, the signal will have an easier time going through objects, so leave the 5GHz connection for anything that is in line-of-sight. Other than making things too complex with extra repeaters and/or APs, you could take a look at powerline adapters. You can set things up like so: First ...


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There are two things, one is the video format, the other one is the transferring through iTunes. As known, M4V is the supported video format for iTunes. Apart from iTunes, an iPhone user (you) can't download or transfer files directly from computer to iPhone. Thus, you need to do two things, one is to convert your .flv video. The other one is to find a ...


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They can, but it's a different ISP, which is playing nicer. The user's ISP, which is throttling, does not know anything about the data that is fetched through the VPN connection. At the other end of the VPN connection, there's a different ISP between the VPN server and Netflix, which does not throttle.


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There is no format that can play on every device and browser. HTML5 is getting us closer, but there is still debate on formats and codecs. My friends at Zencoder have a new blog post blog post (HERE) that addresses this exact issue. EDIT: you asked for more specifics. Again, it depends on what platforms you wish to target. I will cover a couple here. This ...



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