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Personalty when I came across a youtube video with low audio output I use a app called VLC player and its audio to boost the signal. The VLC player is free. Just copy the youtube video link in the VLC player than use its Audio to modify it to your liking. It also comes with a very handy Audio Mixer allowing you to set up full range of audio output. VLC ...
A costly solution: the Boom app: http://www.globaldelight.com/boom/ It boosts the system volume
Still possible… Launch iTunes Plug in iDevice, then... select iDevice Select Apps Scroll down on the right-most scroll-bar until you see the File Sharing header In that section, select your app Then you can drag & drop to the right section I shrunk my iTunes window down as small as it would go to show all the info without taking up too much room ...
Handbrake should do everything you need: HandBrake is a tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs. It will re-encode the video but it does it relatively quickly, and re-encoding audio formats/selecting audio tracks and subtitles is all possible. Great software, free too.
I've found it. After looking a little further, I was able to find something I missed some time ago. In the URL bar enter chrome://plugins/ Locate the Flash plug-in, you should see multiple versions listed Click Disable for the plug-in with the location /opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/libpepflashplayer.so You should still have one enabled in ...
I think you should consider your possibilities. The iOS iMovie version is greatly limited in capacity, not to mention disk space, compared to its sister application. You can share 'projects' via iMovie theater, however I use that term loosely. Going back to practicality, if you share a complete project and sync it to your mobile device and lets say this ...
In short, you (often) need to include the argument -pix_fmt yuv420p when using ffmpeg to generate H.264 content for Apple software/devices, and a bunch of other decoders that don't handle yuv444p. # ffmpeg -i input.avi -pix_fmt yuv420p output.mp4 This is not mentioned in the output when using the defaults, but can be found in their Encode/H.264 guide. It ...
The easy way is to export instead of save. You can go to File → Export → iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch & Apple TV... Then pick an option. iPod touch & iPhone 3GS is the one that give you the smaller file size with a resolution of 640×400. For the screenshot I test it with a video of 6.9 MB.
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