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Many years too late, but if you're still around (or any future reader) I recommend giving GridPlayer a try, here is the description: Simple VLC-based media player that can play multiple videos at the same time. You can play as many videos as you like, the only limit is your hardware. It supports all video formats that VLC supports (which is all of them). ...


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You could try this mkv to avi converter. It is an online service. The file upload limit is 150MB, but you can use it for free and as many times as you want.


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Shutter Encoder(Free) and HandBrake (Free)are specifically for video compression. Shutter Encoder is more feature-rich and compatible. It runs on Windows, Mac, Linux and Ubuntu. It supports both the compression of video and picture. The supporting file format ranging from VP8, VP9, HEVC, H.264 to the old MPEG-2, DVD. HandBrake is an open-source and cross-...


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Thanks for the upvotes on the question. I have learned how quickly delete lots of unwanted videos in VLC. I'm still doing the trimming and color tweaking in the Windows 10 video editor. For efficient manual review and deletion: Setting default playback speed plugin for deleting the currently playing file. I haven't figured how to bind a hotkey yet. I ...


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A somewhat less user friendly but possible more powerful option is MoviePy which is a Python wrapper around the command line FFMPEG it downloads and installs FFMPEG on first use - when used from within iPython it can be a pleasure to use and can do most of the things that you mention. cut a video, You just need to know the point(s) in time that you want to ...


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Taking a small image (less pixels) and scaling it up (to an image with more pixels) requires adding more information to the image. Your options for doing this depend on whether or not this information is available and how you plan to fill in this information (which can depend on where you got the image). From the internet If you found the image on the ...


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I personally use ffmpeg using command like: ffmpeg -i input_file.mp4 -c fixes_input_file.mp4 This help me recover from repeated error with source files in DaVinci Resolve Also I use (depend of the video) command in this way: ffmpeg -i input_file.mp4 -c copy fixes_input_file.mp4


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Personally I would suggest the following combination: Audacity for the sound editing Python + Moviepy as a front end for: FFMPEG which does the heavy lifting on the video processing. ImageMagick for titles & captions The other optional dependencies GIMP for image editting VLC for previews The really good news with the above is the total price, ($0....


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That looks more like the job for a 3D modelling and animation suit, though some more advanced video editors may be able to do it to some extent. There are many payed and free creation suites that may do that, most are commercial software, others open source. AutoDesk Maya AutoDesk 3D Studo Max Cinema 4D Blender is free and open source, we have a community ...


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You can use ffmpeg to create "black" video, like this (source): ffmpeg -t 60 -s qcif -f rawvideo -pix_fmt rgb24 -r 25 -i /dev/zero silence.mpeg and then add text as subtitles (source) ffmpeg -i infile.mp4 -i infile.srt -c copy -c:s mov_text outfile.mp4


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You can use ffmpeg to add second audio stream in video. The command will be something like: ffmpeg -i input.mkv -i audio.dts -map 0 -map 1 -c copy output.mkv For more details you can check this answer


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Mplayer in fullscreen mode. In all distributions I've seen space was default for play/pause. OSD can be disabled completely.


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