I have some questions about video encoding, I don't know where to ask this between /a/ or /g/, but since my question is about video in general, not specifically for anime, I decide to ask here.
How do you re-encode a video to make the size smaller without losing much of the quality?
I have google'd about it in these few days, but all answers I got were "just play with the RF value" or something along the lines.
I am using handbrake to encode the vid, and I did what people suggested, by adjusting the RF to 22 or 24 as opposed to the default 20, but the attempts were failed. The size didn't get smaller, some even got even bigger. The only one instance where I got the size to be smaller was when I accidentally reduce the resolution to 480p. Is there no other way to make the size smaller other than reducing the resolution?
>How do you re-encode a video to make the size smaller without losing much of the quality?
You usually don't, unless you use another encoding that has a better lossless compression rate. You can tinker with some parameters and get a smaller size, without any NOTICABLE degradation in quality, but that requires you to manually dick around.
Like almost everyone else, I've had horrible battery issues since iOS 10 was released last fall.
I've learned to deal with it since no fix has been provided, however, after the 10.3.3 update was released (and installed), my iPhone 6 will randomly shut down with no way of powering it back up unless it is put in a charger.
Battery hovers around 55%, then out of no where... dead.
It just works my ass.
My ChinkPlus 5 lasts around 16-20 hours. Applefags forever cucked.
what does /g/ think of him? Is he /ourguy/ ?
why arent you liquid cooling your servers /g/ - technology
>be financial programmer in chicago
>but living cheap in an 'okay' part of town
>hear gunshots all through the night
>have to keep bars on the windows
>can't go outside after dusk like in minecraft
Does it get better?
Gonna need /g/'s expertise on this one.
I'm looking to update my GPU since i've been running an r9 270 (not X) for 3 years and i'm barely able to touch medium settings on new releases now. I did some research and people are telling me that if i upgrade to the 1050 ti i'll barely see a difference in performance, is this true?
My current build:
>CPU: AMD FX-6300 @3.5GHz
>CPU Cooler: Cooler Master Hyper T4
>GPU: Asus R9 270
>MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte GA-78LMT-S2
>RAM: 8GB DDR3
>CASE: NZXT Phantom 240
>OS: Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64-bit
a lot have suggested that i get a 1060, i may be down for that, feel free to post any other upgrade paths i should take on my shitty rig.
The is 1050ti just a bit weaker than the GTX 1060/RX480 so it should be close to the R9 290 for comparison (a sizable upgrade for you, not something I would do).
I would recommend saving up for Vega 56 or getting a Rx580/Gtx 1060 but with that rubbish FX CPU I fear it might bottleneck even these mid range cards. Consider upgrading to Ryzen instead first, and then wait for Navi/Volta
Is zooqle trustworthy?
What are some cool things you could do with drones?
What is the best way to store my passwords on botnet 10?
Welcome to the botnet.
For the last time, this is a TECHNOLOGY board, not a GAMING board.
Gaming is NOT technology.
Technology ALLOWS gaming to exist.
All Gaymen please go to /v/
>For the last time, this board is a designated shitting street for amd pajeets
>mom sudo apt installed the non-free package
How feasible is 'wireless electricity'?
Basically, a device can be powered purely by the frequencies in the air.
is there a wallet out there were you dont need to id yourself .
i dont want to get caught by IRS , am a Neet on government support but want to trade some Bitcoin .
anybody has some suggestions for me ??
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