If you’re running Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update) or newer, you can unlock a hidden UWP version of File Explorer. Maybe this luke-warm coffee of a tip doesn’t deserve its own post, however it’s here for some reason. If you like simple, non-technical configurations on your computer then this may suite you well, just like an Apple fan with a one-button mouse. Safari? I don’t think the internet is a Safari any more, considering you should know Pornhub gets more monthly visitors than NetFlix. Isn’t that just disturbing?
If the source file signals a layout of 5.1(side) instead of 5.1, the AAC encoder will throw the error because the AAC spec only supports 5.1 (rear channels instead of side). The general cause of the problem is while transcoding to the AAC codec (Advanced Audio Coding) from various other high quality codecs such as AC3 (Dolby Digital/DD), E-AC-3 (Dolby Digital Plus/DDP/DD+), DTS, TrueHD (24-bit hd audio), it does not auto-select the standard 5.1 channel layout (called 5.1) if the original source has a channel layout of 5.1(side). While the AAC encoder may be able to automatically determine the amount of audio channels, FFmpeg has a hard time determining correct channel layout.
Dynamic FFmpeg Subtitle Stream Mapping by Language You can map English subs only by using -map 0:s:m:language:eng. With FFmpeg you can dynamically map streams which match certain criteria such as language that you specify. If you’re looking for the 3-letter language codes go to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_ISO_639-1_codes. This is very handy within script loops when calling the FFmpeg binary in case some streams within media containers differ. For additional example scripts for FFmpeg batch transcoding/remuxing check out this post blog.travisrunyard.us/ffmpeg-batch-transcode-audio. This is the syntax: <stream #>:<video/audio/subtitle>:<metadata>:<property>:<value> Map all subtitle streams where language is English: 0:s:m:language:eng # full cli example: for f in
Free and open source software (FOSS), also known as free/libre open source software (FLOSS) and free/open source software (F/OSS), is software developed by informal collaborative networks of programmers. The source code is licensed free of charge, encouraging modifications and improvements. The term free software refers to a lack of restrictions on individual users as well as zero cost; the term open source software refers to collaborative or networked development. FOSS, which embraces the benefits and adherents of both paradigms, is gaining widespread acceptance as traditional modes of software design are challenged. The increasing popularity of FOSS has led to frustration in some circles for at least
Introduction Nginx is one of the most popular web servers in the world. It can successfully handle high loads with many concurrent client connections, and can function as a web server, a mail server, or a reverse proxy server. In this guide, we will discuss some of the behind-the-scenes details that determine how Nginx processes client requests. Understanding these ideas can help take the guesswork out of designing server and location blocks and can make the request handling seem less unpredictable. Nginx Block Configurations Nginx logically divides the configurations meant to serve different content into blocks, which live in a