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Hmmm... probably @A.B. is right. But I had a CRT where the problem was really the gamma (the curve applied to the luminosity to make it linear to the eye). You can try to play with the curve values. So: Find the name of your device: [romano:~] % xrandr --current Screen 0: minimum 320 x 200, current 1920 x 1080, maximum 32767 x 32767 VGA1 connected ...
Try this: (inspiration from superuser.com) for f in *.mp4 do echo -n "$f " ffprobe -v error -show_entries format=duration -of default=noprint_wrappers=1:nokey=1 -sexagesimal "$f" done However, output will be in the form HH:MM:SS.MILLISECONDS. If you leave out the option -sexagesimal, you will get the duration in seconds. For the desired outputform ...
use these values to try to solve Screen is flickering, shaking: edit or create /usr/share/X11/xorg.conf.d/00-modesetting.conf and add Section "Device" Identifier "gma500_gfx" Driver "modesetting" Option "SWCursor" "ON" EndSection Video doesn-t work, is very slow and impossible to see anything: edit or create ...
CRT monitors tend to lose their luminosity as they get older. You should buy a new monitor. Alternatively, you could use a theme for your GUI with a high contrast.
When you want to download a video from Facebook, replace the WWW with m http://m.facebook.com/video You can then save the video by back clicking on it.
What you need seems to be a Non Linear Editing System (NLES), which will allow you to place your portions of video (scenes) in a timeline in order to arrange them in the position they should be so that you can "view" a one single video scene playing. In addition, you can manipulate your video by adding improvements like color correction, gamma, brightness ...
I am not sure but I guess it is because of the lack of H.264 codec support on Firefox. Try to install the FFmpeg plugin for GStreamer : sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mc3man/gstffmpeg-keep sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg
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