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If you want to keep real-time i.e. 1 second of live action is played out in 1 second of video then ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -r 30 output.mp4 This will drop 3 out of every 4 frames. If you want to preserve all frames but cycle through them slowly then ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf setpts=4*PTS -r 30 output.mp4


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Try this: % vlc --sub-filter "marq{marquee=\$t (\$P%%),color=16776960}:marq{marquee=%H:%M:%S,position=6}" somevideo.avi % vlc --sub-filter 'marq{marquee=$t ($P%%),color=16776960}:marq{marquee=%H:%M:%S,position=6}' somevideo.avi This command line will show the stream's title ($t) and current position ($P) in the upper left corner and the current time in ...


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Should be able to do this by first setting the $DISPLAY environment variable. $ export DISPLAY=:0 $ vlc -f file.mp4


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If you press C it will toggle through the crop ratios and may help you with eliminating the black bars.


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I was having this problem after upgrading to Windows 10. I often have to write in Spanish, so I have several different keyboard profiles. With Windows 10 (and possibly other versions of Windows after Windows 7), the change of the keyboard layout is global (in Windows 7 and earlier, the keyboard layout was tied to the individual applications that you were ...


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Having the same weird issue here. What has proven to kind of work for me on El Cap is using the green fullscreen button on the top left corner first (creates basically a black desktop with VLC controls in it) and then CMD+F twice when in fullscreen VLC (puts the content inside and the controls on top). To get it back to windowed mode CMD+F, switch to another ...


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From your information it really looks like you've come across a bug in VLC. There may be something wrong with that .srt file that's hard to see but even so VLC should let you know rather than just fail to play the video. One additional test I would do is to play that .srt file with a different known good video. Of course it generally doesn't make sense to ...


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For example with avconv avconv -i inputfile.avi -c:v libx264 outputfile.mp4 # to change video coding avconv -i InFile.avi -ss 00:12:34 -t 00:02:45.6 -c:v copy -c:a mp3 Out.avi With the 1st you change only the video encoding, with the second you change only the audio encoding (and you extract a piece of 2m45.6s starting from 12m34s...). You need to ...



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