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comment Remove all extensions in zsh
Beware, mv *.bak * does not achieve what you want at all.
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answered Remove all extensions in zsh
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revised Computer just shows “welcome” when turning on
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revised Cut part from video file from start position to end position with FFmpeg
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revised How do you easily add equation numbers to Microsoft Word 2010 equations?
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comment How to check shell options?
Is your real question really the last sentence in this post? Please read xyproblem.info and tell us more about that, if this is the actual problem. This will give you better answers.
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comment How to recover 1.4GB video file that can't be read (Canon)
MOV and MP4 are very closely related. MP4 is historically based on MOV. This should work for MOV files as well. If not, let me know.
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comment Extract Y-channel of every I-frame from MPEG4 movie as loslessly as possible
Looks good. Do you know though if -pix_fmt gray corresponds to the Y component of the input directly?
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comment H.264 multi-pass encoding with FFmpeg
Instead of creating a temporary file, Windows users can use NUL. See @LordNeckbeard's answer.
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comment How to recover 1.4GB video file that can't be read (Canon)
See the other question which explains how to use untrunc to recover the file.
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comment Quote a command for `find -execdir test [command]` (Bash)
Not a direct answer to the question you asked, but you can also use a glob: shopt -s globstar; for d in **/*.git; do pushd "$d"; test ...; popd; done
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comment Where can I find a list of all formulas available for homebrew?
@stkent Thanks for the info. I removed that part.
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revised Where can I find a list of all formulas available for homebrew?
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comment What is the correct command line to convert a MKV 10b to MKV 8b with identical quality?
You are welcome! If this answer helped you solve your problem, it'd be great to mark it as the accepted answer using the checkmark to the left of it.