Use FFMPEG. It's the famous tool for manipulating video and image files. To extract images every 5 seconds run the command like this
ffmpeg -i videofile.mp4 -vf fps=1/5 img%03d.jpg
fps is the number of frames per second, so fps=1 will save an image every second, and fps=1/60 will do that every minute. See Create a thumbnail image every X seconds of the ...
I found a viable solution by combining MakeMKV and Handbrake:
MakeMKV is able to extract the Video from the DVD by simply copying the data of selected titles (or chapters, it is very flexible) into one MKV file including all the soundtracks and subtitles, if you want that. Since no encoding happens, the process is pretty fast and the files are big. MakeMKV ...
avidemux can do this. It's in rpmfusion free for Fedora and there's a PPA for Ubuntu.
It supports most codecs and containers, and can step forward/back frame by frame, and properly switch between forward/back without needing to skip. It will also seek in containers that normally don't support it, like MPEG-TS. It's able to do this by building an index ...
You could install python and MoviePy (which installs and uses FFMPEG) and use that to split your file into chunks (note that I am using iPython in the example below).
Obviously if you are doing a lot of files you can make this into a script rather than using it interactively.
The good news
All of the tools above are:
Free gratis & open source
No GUI but you can do this, and more, from a python or ipython interactive shell with MoviePy by using a clip_array. Note that MoviePy uses FFMPEG behind the scenes but if necessary downloads its own copy automatically on first use.
Install Python3 if you don't have it already
run: pip install ipython moviepy
An example (note that you will ...
CudaText editor allows this, using two addons:
lexer for subtitles. In the menu "Plugins / Addon Manager / Install" you will find lexer for SRT subtitles.
plugin to auto-complete words from the current file. In the same menu: Complete From Text.
Not limited to subtitles, PhraseExpress is a text expander program for multiple platforms, including Windows and MacOS. There is a limited free version, although it's not particularly clear what features are not part of the free program.
My sister is a transcriptionist and uses this software to expedite her recording from audio. It works in a simple manner. ...
Alas there's no one media format(*) that can address "browsers on Mac, Windows 10, iOS 12, and Android" simultaneously. Your best bet is to encode in two formats: HLS (for the legacy Apple side of things) and MPEG-DASH (for the rest of the world).
There are some commercial tools, such as Unified Streaming or Wowza which will let you encode once to a "...
Google Photos will back up unlimited quantity photos and videos with a cap on quality:
Back up unlimited photos and videos for free, up to 16MP and 1080p HD.
Access them from any phone, tablet, or computer on photos.google.com –
your photos will be safe, secure, and always with you.
Amazon Photos: If you have Amazon Prime, Amazon ...
Yes, OBS Studio is your best option here, as it's very customizable.
OBS Studio here also.
Geogebra is a fantastic free option for the majority of mathmatical things. However, making graphs simply via drawing may prove difficult, and I couldn't find any software that would support this, so you'll probably have to use a simple painting software such as PAINT....
edX (https://edX.org), which started by providing courses from leading universities online, has now made the platform free and open source (https://open.edx.org/about-open-edx) for any organization to host its own courses/ training modules for internal/commercial use.
You will get the required video streaming support and since you won't need to sell the ...
The TV part is easy - just connect it to a device that has HDMI output and can connect to and read from the NAS and the switch the TV input to HDMI. Personally I would suggest a Raspberry PiZero W - HDMI output & WiFi + Bluetooth: https://www.raspberrypi.org/products/raspberry-pi-zero-w/
Even with a case you are looking under £20.
Then you are just ...
There’s a C# demo that does something very similar in the LEADTOOLS Multimedia SDK. (Disclaimer: I am an employee of the vendor of this toolkit).
The SDK has a free evaluation that includes the demo, which you can download here.
After you install the SDK, you can find the demo’s source code in this folder:
I used to translate shows in my native language. By far the easiest one I have found is Subtitle Edit.
Subtitle Edit is a free (open source) editor for video subtitles - a
subtitle editor :)
With SE you can easily adjust a subtitle if it is out of sync with the
video in several different ways....
There are three major video players on Linux:
VLC, which you've indicated you don't want,
MPlayer and forks (MPlayer2, MPV)
Xine and assorted frontends (GXine, etc.)
All three of them meet the "plays many formats" criteria. All three will stall, jump, or otherwise act poorly if the CPU is overloaded or for some types of video corruption. This ...
The official version of TimeSnapper for Mac is now available!
Affiliation disclosure: I'm the developer of TimeSnapper for Mac! I partnered with the original authors of TimeSnapper for Windows, Leon Bambrick and Atli Björgvin Oddsson, to create this official version for macOS.
TimeSnapper for Mac has the same "Play Your Day Like a Movie" as the original ...
OpenShot is free, open source, and even has a portable version (no registry or file clutter) if you prefer.
From the homepage:
We designed OpenShot Video Editor to be an easy to use, quick to
learn, and surprisingly powerful video editor
According to the features page, the software supports "Compositing, image overlays, watermarks".
MakeMKV is a program for Windows, macOS, and Linux that can rip DVD and Blu-ray discs into the versatile MKV video format. There are other paid programs that offer more features, like DeUHD and AnyDVD, but we'll be using MakeMKV Crack for this tutorial, since it's free. (Technically, it's only free while in beta, but it's been "in beta" for about 10 years. ...