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Nov
8
comment “Losslessly” trim an MP3 file
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 It seems to be what I'm looking for, but since I can't test it now, I won't confirm the dupe. Thanks anyway for finding it, I wasn't able to find it.
Nov
8
comment “Losslessly” trim an MP3 file
@SamiKuhmonen Thanks. I'll make some experiments, but not today. I'll keep in touch.
Nov
8
comment “Losslessly” trim an MP3 file
@SamiKuhmonen I doubt your remark is 100% true, knowing that there are MP3 files for which incorrect length is shown by some software, and that each MP3 file has a header containing the metadata. However, maybe it is possible to trim the file "vulgarly" and then let some special software "repair" the resulting file? Could this work?
Nov
8
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Nov
8
comment “Losslessly” trim an MP3 file
@DavidPostill I do know. But each decode-encode step demages the file further; I want to avoid this. I tried to clarify myself.
Nov
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Sep
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Dec
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comment How is PNG lossless given that it has a compression parameter?
For PNG, it is quite common to have longer decompression time for better-compressed files. The problem is that with PNG, one possible trick is to apply the compression algorithm over and over as long as the file gets smaller. Once the size increases, you stop applying it. So it's pretty possible that you apply the compression algorithm 5 or 6 times, which means that you have to decompress the file 5 or 6 times to display the image.
Oct
20
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Oct
19
comment How can I sort the output of 'ls' by last modified date?
Tis gonna take ages to complete tho.
May
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asked Firefox 29: Keep “Bookmark this page”, hide “Show your bookmarks” button
Apr
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comment Does a USB Monitor require VGA Card?
Most linux systems have sshd running -- therefore you can completely control the computer over ssh. This is actually what many people do with their Arduino or RaspberryPi, for instance.
Apr
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Feb
19
comment tmux vs. screen
Well, tmux sucks with vim, in some cases (mine namely), no solution ever posted anywhere works, and even people spending some time solving the issue of mine weren't able to. It's annoying when you can't use <C-Left> and <C-Right> in vim.
Feb
10
comment Delete / Yank lines from current line up to and including line containing search pattern
Well, you seem to know that this is off-topic here. We generally seem to accept editor-related questions only when they have a direct connection to LaTeX in any sense. This is not your case, since, if I understand it correctly, you want to grab whole lines starting where you are and ending at the second match for some string. Anyways, V/ar}<CR>nx should do the job.
Jan
16
awarded  Informed
Jan
16
revised vim inside tmux: throws “E388” with <C-Left> in insert mode
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Jan
16
comment vim inside tmux: throws “E388” with <C-Left> in insert mode
@romainl Ok, so I have seen the two answers in the other thread and as well the post linked in the second of them, but none of the solutions work for me. What can I do now?
Jan
16
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Jan
16
revised vim inside tmux: throws “E388” with <C-Left> in insert mode
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