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revised Can I use Back To My Mac's mDNS address and for ssh and other routing of traffic?
slight update, things have changed a little
Apr
22
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revised Rotation lock on a iPhone 5
iOS 8 also
Mar
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reviewed Reject What's with all the random folders in the DCIM directory for iPhone?
Mar
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reviewed Reject How to display timecodes with iMovie 10.0.7 N
Mar
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reviewed Reject I have opened a program from a website, has my MBP been infected with a virus?
Mar
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reviewed Approve Photos sync from iphotos to iphone
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revised What options are available to _losslessly_ trim mp4/m4v video on 10.8 or above?
changing edit to trim in title, because that's what's really being requested
Mar
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comment Why won't video from ffmpeg show in QuickTime, iMovie or quick preview?
Can you post the output of ffprobe -select_streams v -show_streams output.mp4?
Mar
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awarded  Revival
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comment What options are available to _losslessly_ trim mp4/m4v video on 10.8 or above?
Ah okay, for long videos its reasonably likely (depending entirely on encoding source) that the i-frames will be up to 10s apart, so that may be an issue if you want to trim them more precisely. The splitting, re-encoding of the first <10s and concatenation should work, but would not be fun to repeat many times.
Mar
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answered What options are available to _losslessly_ trim mp4/m4v video on 10.8 or above?
Mar
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reviewed Reject Are there viable and cheaper alternatives to Photoshop?
Mar
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awarded  Famous Question
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asked Where are these bad spelling correction suggestions coming from? How can I fix them?
Mar
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comment Emptying trash, with file-in-use: Is there any difference between 'skip' and 'continue'?
As an aside, I find the presence of any options to be a bit silly. I can't really imagine using Stop, because its only protecting some of the not-in-use files (any already trashed before this one got caught 'in use' are gone), and you've already confirmed you want to trash everything. So of the 3 options, 2 seem to be identical, and the other pointlessly confusing. I think it should auto-continue and just show an error that some files couldn't be trashed.
Mar
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asked Emptying trash, with file-in-use: Is there any difference between 'skip' and 'continue'?