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accepted How can I convert an m4v video to a widely viewable format using ffmpeg?
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comment How can I convert an m4v video to a widely viewable format using ffmpeg?
+1. As my mac did not accept h264, I did: ffmpeg -i in.m4v -strict experimental -acodec aac -vcodec libx264 out.avi, hopefully it is the same
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asked How can I convert an m4v video to a widely viewable format using ffmpeg?
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comment Windows 7 laptop: I don't want it to sleep or hibernate or logout
@techie007 would you mind writing your suggestion as an answer so I can accept it?
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comment Windows 7 laptop: I don't want it to sleep or hibernate or logout
@techie007 overnight. The times it has bothered me the most it has been running an experiment at 100% cpu and it just goes to sleep. That Sleep/Hibernate option does not have never as an option. It goes up to 100000 minutes. I'm going to try that overnight.
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comment In vim, background color changes on scrolling
@jlund3 I've edited my answer a little bit.
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comment When I login on a ubuntu server via ssh for my mac, I get the wrong PATH setting on the linux account
@Nisanio: I've edited my answer a little bit.
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answered When I login on a ubuntu server via ssh for my mac, I get the wrong PATH setting on the linux account
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answered In vim, background color changes on scrolling
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comment Windows 7 laptop: I don't want it to sleep or hibernate or logout
@HarryJohnston: it hasn't happened with the lid close, I haven't tried with the lid closed.
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comment Windows 7 laptop: I don't want it to sleep or hibernate or logout
@techie007 I've edited the question a little bit to include the power plan settings.
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asked Windows 7 laptop: I don't want it to sleep or hibernate or logout