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Jun
23
answered Strange frames in movie
Jun
23
comment FFmpeg unable to find a suitable output format when run from script
You shouldn't need to, but try adding -f mp4 before the output filename.
Jun
23
comment Colors change when rendering from After Effects
depends on the scene. AE can be quite slow compared to say, Premier or othe NLEs when rendering long compositions that don't have much in the way of effects. I can't see what you'd need After Effects for in the screenshots you posted, why are you rendering it out of AE? Maybe consider changing your workflow.
Jun
20
comment What comand do I enter into my batch file to do this?
Have you tried FindStr? Type FindStr /? into a command prompt for help
Jun
20
comment Colors change when rendering from After Effects
H.264 uses yuv colourspace IOW the colours are describe by Y (luminance, aka brightness), U (luminance-blue), and V (luminance-red). RGB takes up a lot more bandwidth for the same perceptual quality, so it's not often used in delivery codecs. I'd advise against exporting h.264 from AE, it generally does a rubbish job. Export as animation and encode to h.264 using ffmpeg or Handbrake or such like.
Jun
19
comment Colors change when rendering from After Effects
what software are you using to view the video? Why RGB, as opposed to YUV? And lastly what codec are you using?
Jun
19
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Jun
19
comment find: show directories which contain certain subdirectories
ah, yes, good point. I spent ages trying to work out how to quote the results, I didn't know you could nest quotation marks inside a subshell. I thought that it would be interpreted as "basename $(dirname" $0 and ")"
Jun
19
revised find: show directories which contain certain subdirectories
quoted the variable
Jun
19
comment What's the difference between a RAID enclosure, and a JBOD enclosure connected to a RAID controller
Thanks for the answer. What about enclosures that don't have the expander? Are they just hard wiring the 4 channels that come down the mini-sas cable into the drives, a bit like one of those internal sas->sata splitter cables?
Jun
19
comment find: show directories which contain certain subdirectories
isn't that rather fighting the whole philosophy of do one thing and do it well. Rather than rely on a program to do everything, you chain smaller components together to do what you want. My answer below does what you want, but is it any better than using sed?
Jun
19
comment find: show directories which contain certain subdirectories
amended, thank you. I learnt something today!
Jun
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Jun
19
answered find: show directories which contain certain subdirectories
Jun
19
comment find: show directories which contain certain subdirectories
Why no grep etc?
Jun
19
comment How to download a file in bash from a download PHP script?
So it's all on: wget vs curl. Who gets the tick? Not that it's a competition. But I'll win. ;)
Jun
19
revised What's the difference between a RAID enclosure, and a JBOD enclosure connected to a RAID controller
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Jun
19
answered How to download a file in bash from a download PHP script?