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answered ffmpeg filter_complex multiple filters mute and text
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comment How to get best quality audio using youtube-dl?
@Blrp Hm, interesting. I didn't assume there would be a case where the best video/audio does not correspond to the best audio option.
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comment Seeking accurately in ffmpeg
Please see superuser.com/questions/458761/… — also, what exactly have you tried with ffmpeg? How did it fail? Which version did you use? (Ideally, show the command-line output.) If you could edit your post to include a more specific question, we can help you better. Note that WMP will likely re-encode the file, which makes accurate seeking easy.
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revised Handbrake settings to convert MKV to MP4 while retaining the original quality
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revised Scroll “less” output using scroll wheel on Mac OS X
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comment Scroll “less” output using scroll wheel on Mac OS X
Yeah, it works now, even without -r.
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comment ffmpeg fails to add subtitle to video on mac
Which players have you tried? They're marked as closed, but I remember there were some problems with mov_text on QuickTime and VLC: trac.ffmpeg.org/ticket/1845 and trac.ffmpeg.org/ticket/2488
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comment Excluding a folder from the home directory with rsync exclude list
@flipdoubt Since /Volumes is a direct child of the root, yes, you'd have to exclude it when you want to sync /.
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revised How to encode .mkv video to .mp4 in ffmpeg while retaining the video subtitles and add additioinal watermark?
add quote as a default, doesn't hurt to have
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comment How to get best quality audio using youtube-dl?
Seems fine to me. For example in the second one, when you use -x as an option, it'll download the audio-only variant with the highest bitrate (256k, format code 141, check out with youtube-dl -F <url>). All other audio components of the other audiovisual representations have lower bitrates.