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comment maybe incorrect parameters such as bit_rate, rate, width or height
Just tell them that the version is outdated and contains known bugs. Also, there have been lots of security related releases since that one.
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revised How do I edit points of a shape in PowerPoint 2016?
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May
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comment What are these unnamed icons in my iPhone's internal storage?
@Karan The main issue here is Windows, though. So I'm pretty sure that Apple.SE wouldn't accept it.
May
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answered Convert Wav to Ogg
May
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comment Moving data back and forth
There is no way to answer this question. This can happen anytime in any layer of the system.
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revised Remote control PC with xmpp
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May
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comment HD would have been better at 2048x1024 rather than at 1920x1080
Please read this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/16:9
May
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revised How to sync OS X desktop to Dropbox?
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comment How to sync OS X desktop to Dropbox?
@JasonR.Coombs We actually prefer users to submit one answer if possible. I removed the symlink part. If you have a better symlink solution I'd appreciate if you could post that.
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comment Convert a stereo audio track into a mono audio track with web programming languages?
Programming questions are off topic here. We can help you with ffmpeg, but you need to be more specific… how exactly could you not download it? There's a download page with links for all major OSes here: ffmpeg.org/download.html — What did you already try? Where did you get stuck? With ffmpeg all you need is something like ffmpeg -i input.mp3 -ac 1 output.mp3.
May
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comment Muxing Audio Over Video Using Ffmpeg
Please always include the full, uncut command line output from ffmpeg.
May
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answered Muxing Audio Over Video Using Ffmpeg
May
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comment ffmpeg - images from video at different sections and incrementally numbered
I think it was a format / file reading issue with Bash. The timestamp is HH:MM:SS.msec and that should always work. Note that it's not frames. When it doesn't find a frame at the specified time, it'll take the next one.
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revised ffmpeg - images from video at different sections and incrementally numbered
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answered ffmpeg - images from video at different sections and incrementally numbered
May
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comment ffmpeg “-bug” parameter explanation
Where did you find this, exactly? My man page of a fairly recent ffmpeg doesn't mention it.
May
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revised Use a VST plugin that's a .dll on Mac
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