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There is this old 2011 windows program is called "Bitrate Viewer 2.3" I've used it to look at average bitrate for video files, but it doesn't support HEVC I've noticed, and it seems like a simple program (heck in the version history it says it uses FFmpeg (2010/03/29). Most programs only tell you the average bitrate, but won't let you see it in a graph, like this program did. I mean it works though WINE, but I wanna find something newer. submitted by /u/troyBORG [link] [comments]

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I'm on a quest to make the most hipster elitist unix laptop ever... Why? idk to be honest Ive been on the hunt for a while now, and I have to ask, is Arch w/DWM (Dynamic Windows Manager) the upper limit? or are there even more hipster OS's that im missing. Edit: "hipster" = Doing something purely for the sake of the obscurity, even if its just worse. submitted by /u/CNN_Politics [link] [comments]

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can someone send me a link showing me how to install ubunto? thanks submitted by /u/rustyman1233 [link] [comments]

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So we have 25 (or so) elderly Toshiba laptops. These were workhorses in their day, tough, stable, durable...Alas their time has come to an end in more ways than 1...maybe. In spite of repeated and frequent reminders that some money needs to be budgeted for replacement when Win 7 reaches end of support, well you know the drill. ​ Now I've been using Ubunto at home for a while but its your standard home internet box and really nothing more than that. If something breaks, I scan the forums evaluate potential fixes do a little copy/paste and usually get things put right on the first go. Anyway apparently that makes me the perfect person to attempt installing a lightweight distro and see if i can get it working and maybe convince some folks to give it a shot. These devices will be asked to do 4 things. Open a read-only doc with a set of instructions, get online to a specific state health dept page, open a PDF with form fields, save said PDF, and send it to a printer. Additionally they will be hauled out monthly for a few hours and quarterly for a couple days. ​ They will need to be joined to an active directory domain, and will need to send an email to the team daily when in use. Our current AV (Cisco AMP) has support for Cent OS. Is Cent OS lightweight? will it run on an intel core duo or i3 with 8 gb RAM? ​ Here's what I want to script - standard distro installation with appropriate applications x25, daily email to the team with some basic system info (I'll figure that out as I go along). If Cent OS won't run efficiently, I'll probably install clamav, I'll need to schedule a scan on days the devices are in use and add results to email. Man this sounded pretty simple and doable in the bosses office... Edit: spellcheck, clarity submitted by /u/Patchewski [link] [comments]

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I have released the next version of my text-based widget toolkit. Your feedback and bug reports are always welcome. https://github.com/gansm/finalcut I switched the whole codebase to C++11, which means you need at least a GCC 5.1 or a Clang 3.3 compiler. There were further performance optimizations and code stability. It now supports the correct display of full-width characters (2 columns wide) on the terminal. That is important for the correct displaying of CJK characters. Read the first steps document for a brief introduction: https://github.com/gansm/finalcut/wiki/First-steps submitted by /u/gansm [link] [comments]

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