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revised Alternative to xxd that returns bytes?
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comment Alternative to xxd that returns bytes?
Also tried echo "foo" | openssl sha1 | hexdump -v -e '8/1 "%02X"', but this gives the wrong answer, or at least an answer that differs from xxd on Linux.
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comment Alternative to xxd that returns bytes?
On Linux, echo "foo" | openssl sha1 | hexdump '8/1 "%02X"' - gives error messages: hexdump: 8/1 "%02X": No such file or directory, hexdump: -: No such file or directory, and hexdump: -: Bad file descriptor. If I leave out the stdin descriptor, then I get hexdump: 8/1 "%02X": No such file or directory and hexdump: 8/1 "%02X": Bad file descriptor errors. I haven't tried this on Mac OS X, yet, but it does come with hexdump. Any thoughts?
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comment Alternative to xxd that returns bytes?
It works for me on Linux, but not for Mac OS X 10.8.2 on my MacBook Air. Neither the pre-installed version of xxd nor the one I compiled. xxd -p works, but xxd -p -r gives a blank string. Is there an alternative to xxd that works the same as xxd -p -r?
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comment Alternative to xxd that returns bytes?
What options do I use with hexdump to get byte output? I can get hex output, but I don't see what option to use to get byte output identical to what xxd outputs.
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comment Using ffmpeg with decimal wildcard
Yep, that's the problem with this command, as far as making output from only a few frames.
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comment Using ffmpeg with decimal wildcard
Here's a link to the movie output: dl.dropbox.com/u/31495717/jigsaw.mp4 (this is the same as foo.mp4)
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comment Using ffmpeg with decimal wildcard
No break. Same result using the glob. Did not try cat. I'll try to upload the movie file to Dropbox a little later when I have my laptop again.