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Dec
18
awarded  Yearling
Nov
17
answered Append text at the end of a specific line
Nov
16
comment vim: having tabs in a single viewport
This. Once you get used to buffers, you end up almost never using tabs.
Nov
14
comment Is it possible to modify the timecode format of ffmpeg?
@Firee nah, since this is about using a tool rather than programming, SuperUser is the best place for it.
Nov
9
answered Fast attachments with markdown
Oct
26
comment How to use Pdflatex with Pandoc?
How did you install pandoc?
Oct
24
comment Using FFMPEG to add subtitles to a M4v video file
@KorayTugay Yes. If you need any help not contained in that link, feel free to ask a question (and don't forget to tag it with ffmpeg).
Oct
22
revised Add an audio track to an existing MPEG movie (using MEncoder?)
added 14 characters in body
Oct
21
comment Adding subtitles to video fails with ffmpeg
What is the problem with the output file? Do the subtitles not show up when you play it or...?
Oct
20
comment Replace multiple strings in multiple files
What Operating System? This is trivial with default *nix tools, but I think you'll have to install something or write up a simple script on Windows.
Oct
19
reviewed Edit sed to remove all whitespace from a line
Oct
19
revised sed to remove all whitespace from a line
Text & formatting.
Oct
4
answered Slicing video file into several segments
Oct
3
comment How to convert series of MP3 to a M4B in a batch
@athos either use one of the other ffmpeg options, or download neroAacEnc and use that (I'd recommend neroAacEnc if you don't have libfdk_aac).
Oct
2
awarded  Revival
Oct
1
revised Cleaning current directory rm -r * on unix
deleted 590 characters in body
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
30
revised Why is my Gvim font so ugly and grainy under Windows 7?
put in the image
Sep
30
comment Select all matching text in Vim?
This puts each match on its own line, which is useful behavior most of the time. Being a single ex-mode command, it'll also be faster than my macro for really large files. +1.
Sep
30
revised Select all matching text in Vim?
no need to use visual mode (ew)