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revised Converting or playing a .264 video file?
translate from brah
Sep
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Sep
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revised Hiding mouse cursor on Mac OS X when using Synergy
add fix ETA
Sep
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comment Hiding mouse cursor on Mac OS X when using Synergy
There's a problem with the Mac version of Synergy that causes the mouse not to be hidden--it just goes to the center of the screen and obscures/interacts with whatever program happens to be there.
Sep
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answered Hiding mouse cursor on Mac OS X when using Synergy
Aug
25
awarded  Organizer
Aug
25
revised Read-only image viewers for photography clients with starring or rating
move tag from title to tags
Aug
25
comment running bittorrent and utorrent together
There isn't really any point in running the two alongside each other. However, it might be convenient to run both while BitTorrent finishes the files it's downloading now to avoid having to import the partially downloaded files into μTorrent.
Aug
25
revised running bittorrent and utorrent together
add more info
Aug
25
answered running bittorrent and utorrent together
Aug
25
suggested approved edit on Read-only image viewers for photography clients with starring or rating
Aug
23
comment How can I make ffmpeg be quieter/less verbose?
Except that ffmpeg is one step ahead of you, and outputs both configuration information and actual errors to stderr.
Aug
22
asked How can I make ffmpeg be quieter/less verbose?
Aug
17
accepted Open dot-file via GUI “open file” dialog?
Aug
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awarded  Investor
Aug
16
comment Exposé in 10.7: When exposing “Application Windows”, how do you show only the windows in the current space?
For those without a magic mouse, the scroll wheel works too.
Aug
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Jul
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comment Using FFMpeg to cut a video into 2 minute clips
Some checking with ffmpeg reveals that the $? condition isn't going to hit anyways because ffmpeg doesn't care if -ss is out of range. Changing the exit condition based on finding the length of the video or that output files aren't empty is left as an exercise for the reader.
Jul
8
revised Using FFMpeg to cut a video into 2 minute clips
oops, better test