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accepted Is there a way to soft embed subtitles into an mp4 file without re-encoding?
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comment Is there a way to soft embed subtitles into an mp4 file without re-encoding?
OK, that did it!... great suggestion. To clarify what I did for posterity: I downloaded a newer build, 64-bit version of ffmpeg from http://ffmpeg.org/download.html. Once on my machine I ran the command found at this SO Answer referencing the newly acquired version of ffmpeg. The command did its thing, and the outcome was a new mp4 with perfect subtitles.
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comment Is there a way to soft embed subtitles into an mp4 file without re-encoding?
@pepoluan I am using an ubuntu saucy release at the moment
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asked Is there a way to soft embed subtitles into an mp4 file without re-encoding?
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asked Echoing Clicking Noise on Windows 7 through two different soundcards
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accepted What makes a cable modem compatible with a provider's network?
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comment What makes a cable modem compatible with a provider's network?
got it... thanks for clarifying
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comment What makes a cable modem compatible with a provider's network?
Thank You @xatr0z. That is some interesting insight. maybe i will just stick to the list then :)
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comment What makes a cable modem compatible with a provider's network?
thanks for the response. I get that it is not feasible for any company to test all of the hardware that may be available. My intent with the question though is to focus more on the features of a cable modem. What features of a cable modem could XYZ provider possibly need beyond DOCSIS compliance. Maybe some type of management protocol? I am willing to try an "unsupported modem", if the the supported features are there. Or maybe it doesn't matter at all, because their isn't much variance in cable modem features anyway?
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asked What makes a cable modem compatible with a provider's network?
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comment How to fix possibly wiped MBR after centOS install?
Thank You, it worked for me. CentOS installed a boot partition into the first partition, but grub had to be installed to the second partition containing the actual OS for it to work. I was going nuts trying to figure out why grub installed into the boot partition didnt work.
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accepted How to fix possibly wiped MBR after centOS install?
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comment How to fix possibly wiped MBR after centOS install?
nope... just the one hdd... it is on a laptop. The centOS install created a boot partition and put the rest of the drive in a logical volume.