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revised Most universal sequence of keyboard presses to start an editor
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comment Most universal sequence of keyboard presses to start an editor
Well, here you go.
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revised Most universal sequence of keyboard presses to start an editor
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revised Most universal sequence of keyboard presses to start an editor
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answered Most universal sequence of keyboard presses to start an editor
Jan
9
comment How to find which DNS server I am using (of the multiple configured dns servers)
nslookup always shows the default DNS server.
Dec
3
revised How to tell from what Ubuntu or Debian repository a package comes?
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Nov
26
asked Is there a way to sync Google Music likes with Last.fm loved tracks?
Oct
29
comment How to disable connected standby and hyper-v
Great. You're welcome.
Oct
27
awarded  Yearling
Oct
21
revised ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
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Oct
21
revised ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
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Oct
21
accepted ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
Oct
18
comment ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
iFFmpeg is just another paid ffmpeg GUI. Used it just for tests, made my real work from the command line.
Oct
18
comment ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
Sure, here you go: Supported pixel formats: yuv420p yuv422p yuv440p yuv444p
Oct
18
comment ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
Thanks, I've actually made tests with iFFmpeg, so these extraneous parameters are inserted by it by default. My actual encoding line is ffmpeg -i OneSecondTestYUV422.mov -c:v libvpx-vp9 -b:v 4M -pix_fmt yuv420p -speed 4 -frame-parallel 0 -threads 4 -c:a libopus -b:a 320K PlayableResult.webm
Oct
18
revised ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
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Oct
18
revised ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
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Oct
18
answered ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
Oct
18
revised ffmpeg encoding to VP9 results in Google Chrome-unplayable video, while to VP8 works
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