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Jul
19
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
17
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
15
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
27
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
21
accepted Reducing the file size of PDFs generated with CUPS-PDF
Mar
21
comment Reducing the file size of PDFs generated with CUPS-PDF
That did the trick. Thank you.
Mar
15
asked Reducing the file size of PDFs generated with CUPS-PDF
Dec
21
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
26
asked Can I rename a Vagrant box?
Oct
26
comment Is there a keyboard shortcut to switch between the most visited and apps screens?
@techie007, I'm referring about the new page, released yesterday. That question is from one year ago, referring to an old version of Chrome. That's why I asked the question again. The "new tab" page has been completely redesigned.
Oct
25
asked Is there a keyboard shortcut to switch between the most visited and apps screens?
Oct
9
comment Live DLNA Streaming on Mac OS X
Need to stream it to an external television which supports DLNA.
Oct
9
asked Live DLNA Streaming on Mac OS X
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
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11
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Jul
26
accepted Which ffmpeg options does ffmpegx use behind the scenes?
Jul
26
comment Which ffmpeg options does ffmpegx use behind the scenes?
Ah! Sorry about that, I completely missed the top field and was focusing on the main window...
Jul
26
comment Which ffmpeg options does ffmpegx use behind the scenes?
thanks for this. I know I can get more information by clicking on the "i" symbol. Still that doesn't give the "exact" ffmpeg command which is used. For example, in the above screen, I would have loved to see the -s option for the frame_size or the other ffmpeg options used to get that specific bitrate. Did it set the -minrate and -maxrate to 246? Is it using a variable bit rate? And so on...
Jul
25
asked Which ffmpeg options does ffmpegx use behind the scenes?
Jun
17
accepted Changing behaviour of the *scratch* buffer in Aquamacs