Open up a movie and without looking make a webm of 45:00 - 45:15 with sound
holy shit what a coincidence, i just finished encoding this. except i fucked up and left audio on Opus instead of vorbis.
so i couldnt even post it. nice taste though.
not sure if I should be happy cause it's a really nice cut or miserable because it's a relatively mundane scene in an otherwise cult movie.
Do documentaries count? I just brought up a random file from my Movies directory.
>i guess...? but not all that interesting. at least that one isn't
>I can't make a 15 second webm with sound without looking, are you crazy
Of course you can, silly. You never need to look at the video stream. And if you're good enough, you can also type in the command with your eyes closed.
ffmpeg -ss 45:00.000 -i The.Great.Gatsby.2013.720p.BluRay.DTS.x264-PublicHD/the.great.gatsby.2013.720p.bluray.dts.x264-publichd.mkv -to 00:15.000 -c:v libvpx -crf 15 -qmax 45 -b:v 2M -c:a libvorbis -qscale:a 2 -sn -threads 2 -y ~/Desktop/out2.webm
>>not calling to your preset file with all that crap in it
>not manually optimising the video quality, bitrate, resolution, fps, audio for every single encode so you can get the very best quality for 3072KB or 4096KB
you probably just have bad luck.
i know this one is bad.
I feel like 2/4 of the ones I've done so far are alright. Let's see which way #5 breaks the tie.
does anybody know of a good video editor for linux that doesn't fucking suck?
I'm used to Premiere and Vegas but don't run windows anymore.
>snarky comment about doing it wrong
I'm asking what I should use as an open source equivalent to the mainstream windows/mac video editing software.
>does anybody know of a good video editor . . .
>not using ffmpeg
not just recording and convert/encoding final output files here. I'm talking about cutting video and audio clips apart and together with transitions, effects and all that crap that ffmpeg was never designed to do.
I already know I don't know what to use. all google gave me was some crap pain in the ass software that makes windows movie maker look like final cut pro.
I don't need to be mocked for simply asking for a pointer in the right direction, I can go to /b/ for that.
anyone still in thread?
This one worked out well
This one is so fucking zany out of context
>>925134 Because of the realism I felt for the crew
Not even McConaughey could make me care. I really wanted to like Interstellar, too. Nolan out of his depth on this one. Don't try hi-brow scifi then put Matt Damon in it.
Tom Cruise would have killed it, I think
yeah every time i look at anyones head i see shapes too. circles, ovals, and even more of what you've pointed out. amazing right?
By the time it finished processing I forgot what movie it was and haven't watched the webm I made so iunno
>because headshotting a guy 50m away while standing with a handgun is plausible???
Yes it is.
>like have you ever tried to use a pistol past 10 meters?
>even prone that is a near impossible shot
>with a pistol
I'm glad I bumped this thread from whatever page it was. Some real gems out here.
Thus far nothing but crap for me, but third time is the charm, right?
I forgot to include subtitles, so this is all the more confusing for non-Dutch speakers.
although there is some movement soon after being hit, it is with very little coordination
also not relevant in this case but a well done execution by shot to the head should aim at the brainstem, which should cause immediate decerebration
Fyi, the movie is about an experimental super soldier with possible genetic modification(the guy who makes the shot). So a well-aimed, entirely possible for a normal person shot shouldn't be that bad for him.