Compress Video Using The Terminal

Compress Video Using The Terminal
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FFmpeg is a command line tool that offers a lot of options to manipulate video and audio files. In this post I will show you how to compress a video file using it. We usually use FFmpeg in a terminal, there are also graphical interfaces that use it as a backend. For example, HandBrake is a graphical interface that uses FFmpeg to compress video files. But in this post we will use FFmpeg directly.
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How to Use Onboard Raspberry Pi Pico Temperature Sensor (Arduino)

How to Use Onboard Raspberry Pi Pico Temperature Sensor (Arduino)
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Some days ago, I tried to use the onboard temperature sensor of the Raspberry Pi Pico using Arduino, but I only found tutorials for MicroPython. Affortunately, I found a Github issue where someone answered how to do it. So, I decided to create a library based on that code and I want to share it with you. The issue is here. Consider giving a star to the repository if you find it useful.
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Copy to Clipboard using Jetpack Compose

Copy to Clipboard using Jetpack Compose
In this article we’ll learn how to create a function for copying text to the clipboard. The method for managing context in the application is slightly different. The app I’m using for this example is a password manager where I need to copy to clipboard the text from the text field. You can find the project on my Github at this link: https://github.com/DeimosHall/Glocker.git. However, you can follow the steps in your own app.
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Cut video on a linux terminal

Cut video on a linux terminal
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If you want to cut a video but you don’t want to open a video editor, you can use a terminal utility called “ffmpeg”. On Debian/Ubuntu based systems we can install it with: sudo apt install ffmpeg Now we can use the following command to cut a video: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -ss 01:29:23 -to 01:35:02 -c copy output.mp4 Explanation # With “ffmpeg -i input.mp4” we say we want to use the video called “input.
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Quartus II Installation

Quartus II Installation
Installing Quartus II # Quartus II is the embedded systems design software we need to work with the Cyclone II FPGA. We can download it from the Intel’s page by searching “Quartus II” or by clicking on this link. Search Quartus II Make sure to select the 13.Osp1 version. Go to the downloads section and select “Individual Files”. Select the version The files we need to download are the ModelSimSetup, the QuartusSetupWeb and the package according to your board, in my case is the Cyclone II.
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