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suggested suggested edit on What Ubuntu-compatible software is available to remove shaking from a video?
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comment What Ubuntu-compatible software is available to remove shaking from a video?
Could you also package this up in a bash script? transcode -J stabilize -i $1 -y null,null -o dummy and then transcode -J transform -i $1 -y xvid,null -o out-$1. Then once you've found the right settings (that work for you), wrap this in a for loop.
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revised Shutting down all VirtualBox (vagrant) VMs in one easy to use bash command (that can be put into a bash file)
Moved the update and command line explanation down to the answer from the question based on advice in comments.
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comment Shutting down all VirtualBox (vagrant) VMs in one easy to use bash command (that can be put into a bash file)
Moved update to selected answer.
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comment Shutting down all VirtualBox (vagrant) VMs in one easy to use bash command (that can be put into a bash file)
Whoo Hoo! Given the above advice, this command line works magic: vboxmanage list runningvms | sed -r 's/.*\{(.*)\}/\1/' | xargs -L1 -I {} VBoxManage controlvm {} savestate
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