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  • Best WordPress Video Themes for a Video Blog

    - by Matt
    WordPress has made blogging so easy & fun, there are plenty of video blog themes that you can pick from. However there is always rarity in quality. We at JustSkins have gathered some high quality, tested, tried video themes list. We tried to find some WordPress themes for vloggers, we knew all along that there are very few yet some of them are just brilliant premium wordpress themes. More on that later, let’s find out some themes which you can install on your vlog right now. On Demand 2.0 A fully featured video WordPress premium theme from Press75. Includes  theme options panel for personal customization and content management options, post thumbnails, drop down navigation menu, custom widgets and lots more. Demo | Price: $75 | DOWNLOAD VideoZoom An outstanding premium WordPress video theme from WPZoom featuring standard video integration plus additionally it lets you play any video from all the popular video websites. VideoZoom theme also includes a featured video slider on the homepage, multiple post layout options, theme options panel, WordPress 3.0 menus, backgrounds etc. Demo | Price Single: $69, Developer: $149 | DOWNLOAD Vidley Press75′s easy to use premium WordPress video theme. This theme is full of great features, it can be a perfect choice if you intend to make it a portal someday..it is scalable to shape like a news portal or portfolios. The Theme is widget ready. It has ability to place Featured Content and Featured Category section on homepage. The drop down menus on this theme are nifty! Demo | Price $75 |  DOWNLOAD Live A video premium WordPress theme designed for streaming video, and live event broadcasting. You can embed live video broadcasts from third party services like Ustream etc, and features a prominent timer counting down to the next broadcast, rotating bumper images, Facebook and twitter integration for viewer interaction, theme admin options panel and more make this theme one of its kind. Demo | Price: $99, Support License: $149| DOWNLOAD Groovy Video Woo Themes is pioneer in making beautiful wordpress themes,  One such theme that is built by keeping the video blogger in mind. The Groovy Theme is very colourful video blog premium WordPress theme. Creating video posts is quick and easy with just a copy / paste of the video’s embed code. The theme enables automatic video resizing, plenty of widgets. Also allows you to pick color of your choice. Price: Single Use $70, Developer Price : $150 | DOWNLOAD Video Flick Another exciting Video blogging theme by Press75 is the Video Flick theme. Video Flick is compatible with any video service that provides embed code, or if you want to host your own videos, Video Flick is also compatible with FLV (Flash Video) and Quicktime formats. This theme allows you to either keep standard Blog and/or have Video posts. You can pick a light or dark color option. Demo | Price : $75 | DOWNLOAD Woo Tube An excellent video premium WordPress theme from Woothemes, the WooTube theme is a very easy video blog platform, as it comes with  automatic video resizing, a completely widgetised sidebar and 7 different colour schemes to choose from. The theme  has the ability to be used as a normal blog or a gallery. A very wise choice! Price: Single Use $70, Developer Price : $150 | DOWNLOAD eVid Theme One of the nicest WordPress theme designed specifically for the video bloggers. Simple to integrate videos from video hosts such as Youtube, Vimeo, Veoh, MetaCafe etc. Demo | Price: $19 | DOWNLOAD Tubular A video premium WordPress theme from StudioPress which can also be used as a used a simple website or a blog. The theme is also available in a light color version. Demo | Price: $59.95 | DOWNLOAD Video Elements 2.0 Another beautiful video premium WordPress theme from Press75. Video Elements 2.0 has been re-designed to include the features you need to easily run and maintain a video blog on WordPress. Demo | Price: $75 | DOWNLOAD TV Elements 3.0 The theme includes a featured video carousel on the homepage which can display any number of videos, a featured category section which displays up to 12 channels, creates automatic thumbnails and a lots more… Demo | Price: $75 | DOWNLOAD Wave A beautiful premium video wordpress theme, Flexible & Super cool looking. The Design has very earthy feel to it. The theme has featured video area & latest listing on the homepage. All in all a simple design no fancy features. Demo | Price: $35 | Download

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  • Smithsonian Showcases Video Game History with The Art of Video Games [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    The Art of Video Games is the Smithsonian’s look at the history of video games; check out this video trailer to see what the exhibition is all about and hear from some notable folks. From the Smithsonian listing for the exhibition: The Art of Video Games is one of the first exhibitions to explore the forty-year evolution of video games as an artistic medium, with a focus on striking visual effects and the creative use of new technologies. It features some of the most influential artists and designers during five eras of game technology, from early pioneers to contemporary designers. The exhibition focuses on the interplay of graphics, technology and storytelling through some of the best games for twenty gaming systems ranging from the Atari VCS to the PlayStation 3. The exhibit will be at the Smithsonian until the end of September and will then begin touring the country. Hit up the link below for more information. The Art of Video Games Tour [via Neatorama] How To Properly Scan a Photograph (And Get An Even Better Image) The HTG Guide to Hiding Your Data in a TrueCrypt Hidden Volume Make Your Own Windows 8 Start Button with Zero Memory Usage

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  • Ten Benefits to Video Game Play [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    Want to justify spending the whole weekend playing video games? We’re here to help. Courtesy of AllTime10, this video rounds up ten benefits to playing video games ranging from improved dexterity to pain relief. Want to highlight a benefit not listed in the video? Sound off in the comments. [via Geeks Are Sexy] Why Does 64-Bit Windows Need a Separate “Program Files (x86)” Folder? Why Your Android Phone Isn’t Getting Operating System Updates and What You Can Do About It How To Delete, Move, or Rename Locked Files in Windows

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  • Properties!Details (run-time length)

    - by user33666
    When you take clips and turn them into computer playable files, whether .TS or .MOV or .MPG, .MP4, .VOB, etc., do you as the producer actually manually write into some field in a "Details" section of your video editor what the video length is, so that it can be read by the eventual user's video player? Or is this activity performed automatically by the video editor? I'm asking because: when a mouse is passed over a file line item in Windows 7 Shell (Windows Explorer) a little box is displayed where the mouse meets the file line item and provides simple name and size properties, one of which (if it's a media file) is run length. How does that figure get there into the file (later to be read be Windows or OS X)? Thanks for any info.

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  • A Brief History of Video Games [Video]

    - by Asian Angel
    Are you ready to take a trip down nostalgia lane? This compilation of video game footage provides a brief but interesting look at some of our favorite games over the years and how much the look and feel of them has changed. A Brief History of Video Games [via Neatorama] HTG Explains: What Is RSS and How Can I Benefit From Using It? HTG Explains: Why You Only Have to Wipe a Disk Once to Erase It HTG Explains: Learn How Websites Are Tracking You Online

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  • How to create 1280x720 music video with static pic

    - by monov
    I wanna upload a song to youtube, and put a static 1280x720 pic as the video. I'd like the format to be one of the recommended ones. I tried Windows Movie Maker 2.6 but it only generated a 640x480 video. I also tried Windows Live Movie Maker but it put a big black margin around my pic (and unexplicably, produced a video with a slightly lower volume). Do you know any way to do what I need?

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  • The Citroen GT – An Awesome Video Game Car Brought to Life [Video]

    - by Asian Angel
    If you are familiar with the Gran Turismo 5 video game releases, then you will definitely recognize the Citroen GT. French automaker Citroen and Japanese racing simulation developer Polyphony Digital decided to take things one step further and collaborated to bring this awesome car to life. Then they turned it loose on the streets of London! Citroen GT on the Streets of London (HD) [via BoingBoing] You can learn more about the Citroen GT, car show appearances, and more at Wikipedia: GT by Citroen Latest Features How-To Geek ETC How to Enable User-Specific Wireless Networks in Windows 7 How to Use Google Chrome as Your Default PDF Reader (the Easy Way) How To Remove People and Objects From Photographs In Photoshop Ask How-To Geek: How Can I Monitor My Bandwidth Usage? Internet Explorer 9 RC Now Available: Here’s the Most Interesting New Stuff Here’s a Super Simple Trick to Defeating Fake Anti-Virus Malware The Citroen GT – An Awesome Video Game Car Brought to Life [Video] Final Man vs. Machine Round of Jeopardy Unfolds; Watson Dominates Give Chromium-Based Browser Desktop Notifications a Native System Look in Ubuntu Chrome Time Track Is a Simple Task Time Tracker Google Sky Map Turns Your Android Phone into a Digital Telescope Walking Through a Seaside Village Wallpaper

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  • When Your Favorite Video Game Characters go Trick-or-Treating [Video]

    - by Asian Angel
    Halloween has arrived and all of your favorite video game characters are out and about collecting lots of candy goodness. The question is whether or not all will be successful in collecting treats or if the tricks will be on them! Note: Video contains some language that may be considered inappropriate. Videogame Trick-or-Treating [Dorkly] 6 Start Menu Replacements for Windows 8 What Is the Purpose of the “Do Not Cover This Hole” Hole on Hard Drives? How To Log Into The Desktop, Add a Start Menu, and Disable Hot Corners in Windows 8

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  • Automating video generation by adding an intro and a trailing video to the main video

    - by DevDewboy
    I have a video project I am trying to compile. Here is the overview: I have many videos which are 5 minute training sessions - Main video. The Intro Video will be a standard 5 second video that will have the Video title and Author. This will be concatenated to the main video. The Trailing Video will pretty much be a stock video that will be concatenated to the main video and have all the legaleze etc. The Intro Vid will smoothly fade into the main vid as well as when you get to end of the main video it will fade into the Trailing video nicely. The product is a new video with a Intro, Main & Trailer video all in one! The concept is really that simple. In fact I found an example of a person who has solved this and is doing exactly what I want. This solution is a Bash script that takes a config file that has the title, author, etc. and generates the Intro, the Ending and creates the resulting video with them concatenated. I am using Ubuntu 12.04 Server. I have been trying to take this as a sample and just running it with no luck because of incompatibility errors. I even attempted to convert it using .MP4 containers or .MKV. I am running into error after error or incompatibility issues. I went as far as changing out the ffmpeg binary using the 25 Oct 2013 version from http://ffmpeg.gusari.org/static/64bit/ which I like as I don't have to worry about rebuilding the binary. Almost successful but again I have some error which I cannot solve. I know part of the problem is the fact that video production, codecs, formats is a completely new field for me so I am attempting to work through this new territory. Perhaps an expert here has something similar that I can use as a guideline that uses MP4 or h.264 format. Or take the solution above from the URL and make it work with a more up-to-date version of ffmpeg. I will include the script and its parameter file and the output (abbreviated because of limitation) below. Basically as the script stands right now, when run I get the error [matroska,webm @ 0x27bbee0] Read error. This error is return from the 'reasembleVideo' routine from the first ffmpeg command. The following is the Parameter File: #!/bin/bash INPUTFILE="ssh_main.mp4" LOGO="logo.png" LOGOLENGTH="1" SPEAKER="Jason" TITLE="Basic SSH Video" DATE="October 28, 2013" SCENESTART="00:00:01" SCENEDURATION="00:00:09" OUTPUTFILE="ssh_basic_1" } The following is the script I am running. The ${OUTPUTFILE} being used is a small 2 minute video I create in screen-o-matic in MP4 format. Script on PasteBin (too long for Super User post)

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  • Removing broken packages on distro update (13.04 to 13.10)

    - by user203974
    i'm kinda new to linux. last night i tried upgrading from 13.04 to 13.10 but i got the "could not calculate" error. i read this question and found this error in the main log: Dist-upgrade failed: 'E:Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.' and here's a list of my broken packages : Broken libwayland-client0:amd64 Conflicts on libwayland0 [ amd64 ] < 1.0.5-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) (< 1.1.0) Broken libpam-systemd:amd64 Conflicts on libpam-xdg-support [ amd64 ] < 0.2-0ubuntu2 > ( admin ) Broken cups-filters:amd64 Conflicts on ghostscript-cups [ amd64 ] < 9.07~dfsg2-0ubuntu3.1 > ( text ) Broken libharfbuzz0a:amd64 Breaks on libharfbuzz0 [ amd64 ] < 0.9.13-1 > ( libs ) Broken libunity-scopes-json-def-desktop:amd64 Conflicts on libunity-common [ amd64 ] < 6.90.2daily13.04.05-0ubuntu1 > ( gnome ) (< 7.0.7) Broken libunity-scopes-json-def-desktop:amd64 Conflicts on libunity-common [ i386 ] < none > ( none ) (< 7.0.7) Broken libaccount-plugin-generic-oauth:amd64 Conflicts on account-plugin-generic-oauth [ amd64 ] < 0.10bzr13.03.26-0ubuntu1.1 > ( gnome ) (< 0.10bzr13.04.30) Broken libaccount-plugin-generic-oauth:amd64 Breaks on account-plugin-generic-oauth [ amd64 ] < 0.10bzr13.03.26-0ubuntu1.1 > ( gnome ) (< 0.10bzr13.04.30) Broken python3-aptdaemon.pkcompat:amd64 Breaks on libpackagekit-glib2-14 [ amd64 ] < 0.7.6-3ubuntu1 > ( libs ) (<= 0.7.6-4) Broken libsnmp-base:amd64 Breaks on libsnmp15 [ amd64 ] < 5.4.3~dfsg-2.7ubuntu1 > ( libs ) (< 5.7.2~dfsg-5) Broken libunity-core-6.0-8:amd64 Conflicts on unity-common [ amd64 ] < 7.0.0daily13.06.19~13.04-0ubuntu1 > ( gnome ) Broken python3-uno:amd64 Conflicts on python-uno [ amd64 ] < 1:4.0.4-0ubuntu1 > ( python ) Broken unity-scope-home:amd64 Conflicts on unity-lens-shopping [ amd64 ] < 6.8.0daily13.03.04-0ubuntu1 > ( gnome ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-mach64:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken usb-modeswitch-data:amd64 Breaks on usb-modeswitch [ amd64 ] < 1.2.3+repack0-1ubuntu3 > ( comm ) (< 1.2.6) Broken unity-gtk2-module:amd64 Conflicts on appmenu-gtk [ amd64 ] < 12.10.3daily13.04.03-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-r128:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken unity-gtk3-module:amd64 Conflicts on appmenu-gtk3 [ amd64 ] < 12.10.3daily13.04.03-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-nouveau:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-cirrus:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken libbamf3-1:amd64 Depends on bamfdaemon [ amd64 ] < 0.4.0daily13.06.19~13.04-0ubuntu1 -> 0.5.1+13.10.20131011-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) (= 0.4.0daily13.06.19~13.04-0ubuntu1) Broken bzr-gtk:amd64 Depends on bzr [ amd64 ] < 2.6.0~bzr6571-4ubuntu2 -> 2.6.0-3ubuntu1 > ( devel ) (< 2.6.0) Broken libgphoto2-6-dev:amd64 Conflicts on libgphoto2-2-dev [ amd64 ] < 2.4.14-2 > ( libdevel ) Broken activity-log-manager:amd64 Conflicts on activity-log-manager-common [ amd64 ] < 0.9.4-0ubuntu6.2 > ( utils ) Broken libgjs0d:amd64 Conflicts on libgjs0c [ amd64 ] < 1.34.0-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) Broken libgtksourceview-3.0-0:amd64 Depends on libgtksourceview-3.0-common [ amd64 ] < 3.6.3-0ubuntu1 -> 3.8.2-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) (< 3.7) Broken gnome-pie:amd64 Depends on libbamf3-1 [ amd64 ] < 0.4.0daily13.06.19~13.04-0ubuntu1 > ( libs ) Broken libunity-core-6.0-5:amd64 Depends on unity-services [ amd64 ] < 7.0.0daily13.06.19~13.04-0ubuntu1 -> 7.1.2+13.10.20131014.1-0ubuntu1 > ( gnome ) (= 7.0.0daily13.06.19~13.04-0ubuntu1) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-intel [ amd64 ] < 2:2.99.904+git20131009.b9ad5b62-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-nouveau [ amd64 ] < 1:1.0.9+git20130730.300c5a32-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-r128 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.1+git20130104.24f28a78-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-mach64 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.4+git20130104.80e62cc1-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-mach64:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-r128:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-nouveau:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-cirrus:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-intel [ amd64 ] < 2:2.99.904+git20131009.b9ad5b62-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-nouveau [ amd64 ] < 1:1.0.9+git20130730.300c5a32-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-r128 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.1+git20130104.24f28a78-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-mach64 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.4+git20130104.80e62cc1-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-mach64:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-r128:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-nouveau:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-cirrus:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-r128 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.1+git20130104.24f28a78-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-mach64:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-r128:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-nouveau:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-cirrus:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-intel [ amd64 ] < 2:2.99.904+git20131009.b9ad5b62-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-nouveau [ amd64 ] < 1:1.0.9+git20130730.300c5a32-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-r128 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.1+git20130104.24f28a78-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-mach64 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.4+git20130104.80e62cc1-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-mach64:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-r128:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-nouveau:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-cirrus:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-intel [ amd64 ] < 2:2.99.904+git20131009.b9ad5b62-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-nouveau [ amd64 ] < 1:1.0.9+git20130730.300c5a32-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-r128 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.1+git20130104.24f28a78-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-mach64 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.4+git20130104.80e62cc1-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-mach64:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken libxi6:amd64 Breaks on xserver-xorg-core [ amd64 ] < 2:1.13.4~git20130508+server-1.13-branch.10c42f57-0ubuntu0ricotz~raring -> 2:1.14.3-3ubuntu2 > ( x11 ) (< 2:1.14) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-mach64 [ amd64 ] < 6.9.4+git20130104.80e62cc1-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-intel:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-r128:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-nouveau:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-cirrus:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-ati [ amd64 ] < 1:7.1.99+git20130730.6a278369-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring -> 1:7.2.0-0ubuntu10 > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-intel [ amd64 ] < 2:2.99.904+git20131009.b9ad5b62-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-nouveau [ amd64 ] < 1:1.0.9+git20130730.300c5a32-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-ati:amd64 Depends on xorg-video-abi-13 [ amd64 ] < none > ( none ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-ati [ amd64 ] < 1:7.1.99+git20130730.6a278369-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring -> 1:7.2.0-0ubuntu10 > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-cirrus [ amd64 ] < 1:1.5.2+git20130108.e2bf5b25-0ubuntu0sarvatt > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-intel [ amd64 ] < 2:2.99.904+git20131009.b9ad5b62-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) Broken xserver-xorg-video-all:amd64 Depends on xserver-xorg-video-nouveau [ amd64 ] < 1:1.0.9+git20130730.300c5a32-0ubuntu0sarvatt~raring > ( x11 ) thats a lot of stuff ... do i have to remove them one by one ? will removing them caues any issue ? do i have to install them one by one again after the upgrade ?

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  • Beginner video capture and processing/Camera selection

    - by mattbauch
    I'll soon be undertaking a research project in real-time event recognition but have no experience with the programming aspect of video capture (I'm an upperclassman undergraduate in computer engineering). I want to start off on the right foot so advice from anyone with experience would be great. The ultimate goal is to track events such as a person standing up/sitting down, entering/leaving a room, possibly even shrugging/slumping in posture, etc. from a security camera-like vantage point. First of all, which cameras/companies would you recommend? I'm looking to spend ~$100, more if necessary but not much. Great resolution isn't a must, but is desirable if affordable. What about IP network cameras vs. a USB type webcam? Webcams are less expensive, but IP cameras seem like they'd be much less work to deal with in software. What features should I look for in the camera? Once I've selected a camera, what does converting its output to a series of RGB bitmaps entail? I've never dealt with video encoding/decoding so a starting point or a tutorial that will guide me up to this point would be great if anyone has suggestions. Finally, what is the best (least complicated/most efficient) way to display video from the camera plus my own superimposed images (boxes around events in progress, for instance) in a GUI application? I can work on any operating system in any language. I have some experience with win32 GUIs and Java GUIs. The focus of the project is on the algorithm and so I'm trying to get the video capture/display portion of the app done cleanly and quickly. Thanks for any responses!!

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  • How to capture footage from an analog TV?

    - by hope
    I have only an old analog TV with just RCA connectors and a coaxial/cable in/out wire. It uses no HDMI interface, etc. I would like to know the cheapest method possible where the current video footage can be transferred and made into a target digital video file format and be copyable/transferrable via USB. Are there any devices that can do this with an analog TV? Basically, how can I get something along these lines done and for cheap?P I do NOT want to stream; I want footage recorded off the TV and stored via a digital encoding of a video file.

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  • Getting a TV Capture Card working

    - by Benny Hallett
    I'm new to Linux, and am trying to get my Capture Card working on 11.04. The only command that I know to run to find out any information is lspci, which tells me that I have 02:00.0 Multimedia video controller: Conexant Systems, Inc. CX23885 PCI Video and Audio Decoder (rev 04) I've looked at using Me TV, but haven't worked out how to configure it for my card, or what I need to do to get it running. I'm not fussed on what software I use to run the Capture Card, but I've currently got only Me TV installed. Edit: When I run tvtime, I get the following errors: videoinput: Cannot open capture device /dev/video0: No such file or directory mixer: find error: Success mixer: Can't open mixer default, mixer volume and mute unavailable. mixer: Can't open device default/Line, mixer volume and mute unavailable. Segmentation fault

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  • Getting a Conexant CX23885 TV Capture Card working

    - by Benny
    I'm new to Linux, and am trying to get my Capture Card working on 11.04. The only command that I know to run to find out any information is lspci, which tells me that I have 02:00.0 Multimedia video controller: Conexant Systems, Inc. CX23885 PCI Video and Audio Decoder (rev 04) I've looked at using Me TV, but haven't worked out how to configure it for my card, or what I need to do to get it running. I'm not fussed on what software I use to run the Capture Card, but I've currently got only Me TV installed. Edit: When I run tvtime, I get the following errors: videoinput: Cannot open capture device /dev/video0: No such file or directory mixer: find error: Success mixer: Can't open mixer default, mixer volume and mute unavailable. mixer: Can't open device default/Line, mixer volume and mute unavailable. Segmentation fault

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  • How To Specify Bitrate, Codec and Demultiplexing for VLC Video Capture or Recording

    - by Subhash
    I capture video from old TV tuner card - Pinnacle PCTV - using VLC. The video is from the Composite input and audio is from I guess the mixer or Line in. The command I use is: vlc v4l2:///dev/video0:normal=pal:width=720:height=576:input=1 :input-slave="alsa://hw:0,0" In VLC, I have enabled the Advanced Controls toolbar, which allows me to record videos when I want to. However, these videos are uncompressed - very big and play only with VLC. Totem throws the "Could not demultiplex stream" error. I need to convert them using WinFF to reduce their size and make them playable with Totem and other software. My question is whether I can configure the recording settings - the codecs and the bitrate, and also get the stream demultiplexed. If I pass any -sout parameter with command I get a "Segmentation fault". I use 64-bit Ubuntu 10.10.

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  • How can I broadcast video live (preferably wirelessly)?

    - by Blixt
    Update I've gotten plenty of feedback on the software solutions and the unanimous solution for having a handheld device to record video seems to be to use a mobile phone (I was hoping there'd be some webcam-like device with wifi support...) I'd appreciate more hardware suggestions now. That is, what mobile phones have good video recording quality (and battery time)? I'm looking for a solution to broadcast video live on the internet from a location (an apartment), with a device that can be carried around. What options are there? I'm looking for complete solutions (i.e., what hardware to use, what software to use, how it should all be set up.) Currently, I have my mobile phone (Nokia N95 8GB) with Qik installed connected to wifi, but unfortunately the videos get bad quality (especially since it's indoors with poor lighting) plus the battery gets used up quickly.

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  • Best video codec for filmed powerpoint presentation

    - by rslite
    I have some presentations that are filmed. The audio is the presenter and the video is all the Powerpoint slides (size 1024x768, video codec H264, audio codec AAC). I would like to reduce their final file size since a 1 hour presentation is about 800 MB. Most of it is the video part which as I said is mostly powerpoint slides that don't change much over a matter of several seconds. Which codec would be better suited to encode this images and reduce the size of the end file?

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  • Video Games from the Bad Guys’ Perspective [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    We’re so used to seeing video games from our perspective–the hero with the endless power ups and do-overs–but how does the video game world look from the perspective of the bad guys? Rather grim and confusing, as the video above highlights. [via Geekosystem] How to Banish Duplicate Photos with VisiPic How to Make Your Laptop Choose a Wired Connection Instead of Wireless HTG Explains: What Is Two-Factor Authentication and Should I Be Using It?

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  • ??Database Replay Capture????

    - by Liu Maclean(???)
    Database Replay?11g??????,??workload capture??????????????,???????? ??Workload Capture???????: ???????????????,???????2????,??????,???????????OLTP???????capture 10????1G???? ?????: ????????????????????? ??startup restrict????,?????????? ??capture???restrict?? ????????????? ???????????????: ??scn???????? ???????? ???????? Capture???????????workload????? ???????SYSDBA?SYSOPER????OS?? ????: ?TPCC???capture??????4.5% ????session????64KB??? ???Workload Capture?????????? ????????2?, ??RAC????workload capture  file??????????????,??start_capture????? ????session????64KB???,??????????????workload  capture file????Server Process??????,?????????parse???execution????,Server Process??LOGON?LOGOFF?SQL??????????PGA?,???WCR Capture PG?WCR Capture PGA?,?PGA?????????????????,Server Process???????????WCR???,?????WCR???Server Process??’WCR: capture file IO write’????? ?WCR?????????: SQL> select * from v$version; BANNER -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.3.0 - 64bit Production PL/SQL Release 11.2.0.3.0 - Production CORE 11.2.0.3.0 Production TNS for Linux: Version 11.2.0.3.0 - Production NLSRTL Version 11.2.0.3.0 - Production SQL> select name from v$event_name where name like '%WCR%'; NAME ---------------------------------------------------------------- WCR: replay client notify WCR: replay clock WCR: replay lock order WCR: replay paused WCR: RAC message context busy WCR: capture file IO write WCR: Sync context busy latch: WCR: sync latch: WCR: processes HT 11g????????WCR???LATCH 1* select name,gets from v$latch where name like '%WCR%' SQL> / NAME GETS ------------------------------ ---------- WCR: kecu cas mem 3 WCR: kecr File Count 37 WCR: MMON Create dir 1 WCR: ticker cache 0 WCR: sync 495 WCR: processes HT 0 WCR: MTS VC queue 0 7 rows selected. ????????????Database Replay Capture????? 1. ????capture dbms_workload_capture.start_capture CREATE OR REPLACE DIRECTORY dbcapture AS '/home/oracle/dbcapture'; execute dbms_workload_capture.start_capture('CAPTURE','DBCAPTURE',default_action=>'INCLUDE'); SQL> select id,name,status,start_time,end_time,connects,user_calls,dir_path from dba_workload_captures where id = (select max(id) from dba_workload_captures) ; ID ---------- NAME -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STATUS START_TIM END_TIME CONNECTS ---------------------------------------- --------- --------- ---------- USER_CALLS ---------- DIR_PATH -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 CAPTURE IN PROGRESS 08-DEC-12 11 ID ---------- NAME -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- STATUS START_TIM END_TIME CONNECTS ---------------------------------------- --------- --------- ---------- USER_CALLS ---------- DIR_PATH -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 167 /home/oracle/dbcapture 2. ?? capture file?? [[email protected] dbcapture]$ ls -lR .: total 8 drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 cap drwxr-xr-x 3 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 capfiles -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 07:24 wcr_cap_00001.start ./cap: total 4 -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 91 Dec 8 07:24 wcr_scapture.wmd ./capfiles: total 4 drwxr-xr-x 12 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 inst1 ./capfiles/inst1: total 40 drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 08:31 aa drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ab drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ac drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ad drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ae drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 af drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ag drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ah drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 ai drwxr-xr-x 2 oracle oinstall 4096 Dec 8 07:24 aj ./capfiles/inst1/aa: total 316 -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1762 Dec 8 07:25 wcr_c6cdah0000001.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 16478 Dec 8 07:28 wcr_c6cf1h0000002.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1772 Dec 8 07:29 wcr_c6cjdh0000004.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1535 Dec 8 07:29 wcr_c6cnah0000005.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1821 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6cpfh0000007.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1815 Dec 8 07:33 wcr_c6cq6h000000a.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1535 Dec 8 07:34 wcr_c6cxmh000000h.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1427 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6cxvh000000j.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1425 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6czph000000k.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 2398 Dec 8 07:49 wcr_c6dqfh000000q.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 259321 Dec 8 08:35 wcr_c6du7h000000r.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 07:55 wcr_c6f6yh000000t.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 08:28 wcr_c6h3qh0000013.rec ./capfiles/inst1/ab: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/ac: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/ad: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/ae: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/af: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/ag: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/ah: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/ai: total 0 ./capfiles/inst1/aj: total 0 [[email protected] dbcapture]$ cd ./capfiles/inst1/aa [[email protected] aa]$ ls -l total 316 -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1762 Dec 8 07:25 wcr_c6cdah0000001.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 16478 Dec 8 07:28 wcr_c6cf1h0000002.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1772 Dec 8 07:29 wcr_c6cjdh0000004.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1535 Dec 8 07:29 wcr_c6cnah0000005.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1821 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6cpfh0000007.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1815 Dec 8 07:33 wcr_c6cq6h000000a.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1535 Dec 8 07:34 wcr_c6cxmh000000h.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1427 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6cxvh000000j.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1425 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6czph000000k.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 2398 Dec 8 07:49 wcr_c6dqfh000000q.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 259321 Dec 8 08:35 wcr_c6du7h000000r.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 07:55 wcr_c6f6yh000000t.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 08:28 wcr_c6h3qh0000013.rec [[email protected] aa]$ ls -l |wc -l 14 ???????14??? 3. ??LOGON????Server Process [[email protected] ~]$ sqlplus / as sysdba SQL*Plus: Release 11.2.0.3.0 Production on Sat Dec 8 08:37:40 2012 Copyright (c) 1982, 2011, Oracle. All rights reserved. Connected to: Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.3.0 - 64bit Production With the Partitioning, Automatic Storage Management, OLAP, Data Mining and Real Application Testing options ?????wcr?? [[email protected] aa]$ ls -ltr total 316 -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1762 Dec 8 07:25 wcr_c6cdah0000001.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 16478 Dec 8 07:28 wcr_c6cf1h0000002.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1772 Dec 8 07:29 wcr_c6cjdh0000004.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1535 Dec 8 07:29 wcr_c6cnah0000005.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1815 Dec 8 07:33 wcr_c6cq6h000000a.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1535 Dec 8 07:34 wcr_c6cxmh000000h.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1425 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6czph000000k.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1427 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6cxvh000000j.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 1821 Dec 8 07:41 wcr_c6cpfh0000007.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 2398 Dec 8 07:49 wcr_c6dqfh000000q.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 07:55 wcr_c6f6yh000000t.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 08:28 wcr_c6h3qh0000013.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 259321 Dec 8 08:35 wcr_c6du7h000000r.rec -rw-r--r-- 1 oracle oinstall 0 Dec 8 08:37 wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec ??????wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec ??? SQL> select spid from v$process where addr = ( select paddr from v$session where sid=(select distinct sid from v$mystat)); SPID ------------------------ 14293 ????????????????14293, ???????????????,??????wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec [[email protected] ~]$ ls -l /proc/14293/fd total 0 lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 0 -> /dev/null l-wx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 1 -> /dev/null lrwx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 10 -> /u01/app/oracle/product/11201/db_1/rdbms/audit/CRMV_ora_14293_1.aud l-wx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 11 -> /u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/crmv/CRMV/trace/CRMV_ora_14293.trc l-wx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 12 -> pipe:[34585895] l-wx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 13 -> /u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/crmv/CRMV/trace/CRMV_ora_14293.trm l-wx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 2 -> /dev/null lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 3 -> /dev/null lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 4 -> /dev/null lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 5 -> /u01/app/oracle/product/11201/db_1/rdbms/mesg/oraus.msb lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 6 -> /proc/14293/fd lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 7 -> /dev/zero lrwx------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 8 -> /home/oracle/dbcapture/capfiles/inst1/aa/wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec lr-x------ 1 oracle oinstall 64 Dec 8 08:39 9 -> pipe:[34585894] ?????lsof?? [[email protected] ~]# lsof|grep wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec oracle 14293 oracle 8u REG 8,1 0 17629644 /home/oracle/dbcapture/capfiles/inst1/aa/wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec ????????,??Server Process????WCR REC??,?Server Process LOGON?????? 3.????SQL??: SQL> select 1 from dual; 1 ---------- 1 SQL> / 1 ---------- 1 [[email protected] aa]$ strings wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec ==»????SQL????, ??????? ??????SQL???,???????????????WCR??????,LOGON???????????SQL????,????????? [[email protected] aa]$ strings wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec 11.2.0.3.0 *File header info. (Shadow process='14293') D0576B5D710A34F4E043B201A8C0ECFE SYS; NLS_LANGUAGE? AMERICAN> NLS_TERRITORY? AMERICA> NLS_CURRENCY? NLS_ISO_CURRENCY? AMERICA> NLS_NUMERIC_CHARACTERS? NLS_CALENDAR? GREGORIAN> NLS_DATE_FORMAT? DD-MON-RR> NLS_DATE_LANGUAGE? AMERICAN> NLS_CHARACTERSET? AL32UTF8> NLS_SORT? BINARY> NLS_TIME_FORMAT? HH.MI.SSXFF AM> NLS_TIMESTAMP_FORMAT? DD-MON-RR HH.MI.SSXFF AM> NLS_TIME_TZ_FORMAT? HH.MI.SSXFF AM TZR> NLS_TIMESTAMP_TZ_FORMAT? DD-MON-RR HH.MI.SSXFF AM TZR> NLS_DUAL_CURRENCY? NLS_SPECIAL_CHARS? NLS_NCHAR_CHARACTERSET? UTF8> NLS_COMP? BINARY> NLS_LENGTH_SEMANTICS? BYTE> NLS_NCHAR_CONV_EXCP? FALSE (DESCRIPTION=(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=beq)(PROGRAM=/u01/app/oracle/product/11201/db_1/bin/oracle)(ARGV0=oracleCRMV)(ARGS='(DESCRIPTION=(LOCAL=YES)(ADDRESS=(PROTOCOL=beq)))')(DETACH=NO))(CONNECT_DATA=(CID=(PROGRAM=sqlplus)(HOST=mlab2.oracle.com)(USER=oracle)))) ,[email protected] (TNS V1-V3)U tselect spid from v$process where addr = ( select paddr from v$session where sid=(select distinct sid from v$mystat)) ` _ select 1 from dual select 1 from dual ??????????????????? [[email protected] aa]$ strings wcr_c6hp4h0000018.rec 9`9_^B create table vva(t1 int) `:_i :`:_iB `;_^ ;`;_^B create table vva(t1 int) `_i >`>_iB FusC `?_^ ?`?_^B FvWC _begin for i in 1..50000 loop execute immediate 'select 1 from dual where 2='||i; end loop; end; ?SERVER PROCESS LOGOFF ??????? C`E_ B k^2C ????Server Process????parse?execution???WCR??,??????????PGA?,????????????,????????,?????WCR???????????,???????? 4. ?????? SQL> oradebug setmypid Statement processed. SQL> oradebug dump processstate 10; Statement processed. SQL> oradebug tracefile_name /u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/crmv/CRMV/trace/CRMV_ora_14293.trc ?processstate ??????????????? WCR: capture file IO write,??Server process??WCR ?? 3: waited for 'SQL*Net message to client' driver id=0x62657100, #bytes=0x1, =0x0 wait_id=139 seq_num=140 snap_id=1 wait times: snap=0.000007 sec, exc=0.000007 sec, total=0.000007 sec wait times: max=infinite wait counts: calls=0 os=0 occurred after 0.934091 sec of elapsed time 4: waited for 'latch: shared pool' address=0x60106b20, number=0x133, tries=0x0 wait_id=138 seq_num=139 snap_id=1 wait times: snap=0.000066 sec, exc=0.000066 sec, total=0.000066 sec wait times: max=infinite wait counts: calls=0 os=0 occurred after 1.180690 sec of elapsed time 5: waited for 'WCR: capture file IO write' =0x0, =0x0, =0x0 wait_id=137 seq_num=138 snap_id=1 wait times: snap=0.000189 sec, exc=0.000189 sec, total=0.000189 sec wait times: max=infinite wait counts: calls=0 os=0 occurred after 3.122783 sec of elapsed time 6: waited for 'WCR: capture file IO write' =0x0, =0x0, =0x0 wait_id=136 seq_num=137 snap_id=1 wait times: snap=0.000191 sec, exc=0.000191 sec, total=0.000191 sec wait times: max=infinite wait counts: calls=0 os=0 occurred after 3.053132 sec of elapsed time 7: waited for 'WCR: capture file IO write' 5.??PGA???? SQL> oradebug dump heapdump 536870917; Statement processed. grep WCR /u01/app/oracle/diag/rdbms/crmv/CRMV/trace/CRMV_ora_14293.trc Chunk 7fb1b606bfc0 sz= 65600 freeable "WCR Capture PG " ds=0x7fb1b6115f90 Chunk 7fb1b6111e18 sz= 4224 freeable "WCR Capture PG " ds=0x7fb1b6115f90 Chunk 7fb1b6112e98 sz= 4184 freeable "WCR Capture PG " ds=0x7fb1b6115f90 Chunk 7fb1b6113ef0 sz= 4224 freeable "WCR Capture PG " ds=0x7fb1b6115f90 Chunk 7fb1b6114f70 sz= 4104 recreate "WCR Capture PG " latch=(nil) Chunk 7fb1b6115f78 sz= 160 freeable "WCR Capture PGA" Chunk 7fb1b6116018 sz= 3248 freeable "WCR Capture PGA" Subheap ds=0x7fb1b6115f90 heap name= WCR Capture PG size= 82336 HEAP DUMP heap name="WCR Capture PG" desc=0x7fb1b6115f90 FIVE LARGEST SUB HEAPS for heap name="WCR Capture PG" desc=0x7fb1b6115f9 PGA???WCR Capture PG ?WCR Capture PGA?freeable or recreate??chunk,???????Server Process???OS Chunk 7fb1b606bfc0 sz= 65600 freeable "WCR Capture PG " ds=0x7fb1b6115f90 sz= 65600=» 64k ??????????64k??,???????????????64k WCR????????????:)! 6.???? ??WCR CAPTURE????????2? SQL> SELECT x.ksppinm NAME, y.ksppstvl VALUE, x.ksppdesc describ 2 FROM SYS.x$ksppi x, SYS.x$ksppcv y 3 WHERE x.inst_id = USERENV ('Instance') 4 AND y.inst_id = USERENV ('Instance') 5 AND x.indx = y.indx 6 AND x.ksppinm in ('_capture_buffer_size','_wcr_control'); NAME VALUE DESCRIB -------------------- -------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------ _wcr_control 0 Oracle internal test WCR parameter used ONLY for testing! _capture_buffer_size 65536 To set the size of the PGA I/O recording buffers ??_capture_buffer_size ??PGA?WCR BUFFER?SIZE,???64k _wcr_control ??WCR?????,?????? ????,??????: 1. ???WCR WORKLOAD CAPTURE???????????,??Server Process????(????)2. ???server process????WCR??3. Server Proess???LOGON?LOGOFF?SQL?????????WCR???4. Server Process????????Immediate mode,????????PGA?(WCR Capture) subheap?,??????????????(timeout?????)5. ????, Server Process????????Immediate mode,?capture????parse??execution??(?????capture???parse?????????????,parse????capture???),?????LOGON?SQL??(???????)??PGA?WCR Capture?????,???????,????????,??tpcc??????4.5%6. ????_capture_buffer_size ??PGA?WCR BUFFER?SIZE,???64k7. WCR Capture?????binrary 2????,?????,????????????????WCR capture file8. WCR: capture file IO write?????Server Process??WCR??

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  • The Evolution of 8-Bit [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    In this nostalgia filled short video, PBS takes a retrospective look at the history and the evolution of early 8-bit video games. Beginning with early Atari and Nintendo video games, the 8-bit aesthetic has been a part of our culture for over 30 years. As it moved through the generations, 8-bit earned its independence from its video game roots. The idea of 8-bit now stands for a refreshing level of simplicity and minimalism, is capable of sonic and visual beauty, and points to the layer of technology that suffuses our modern lives. No longer just nostalgia art, contemporary 8-bit artists and chiptunes musicians have elevated the form to new levels of creativity and cultural reflection. [via Neatorama] HTG Explains: What Is Windows RT and What Does It Mean To Me? HTG Explains: How Windows 8′s Secure Boot Feature Works & What It Means for Linux Hack Your Kindle for Easy Font Customization

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  • MPEG-2 playback inconsistent

    - by DustByte
    Many years ago I gave up on Linux because video playback was choppy. Now I'm back, and video playback is still playing up... I have two MPEG files: good.mpg bad.mpg. Here is some information about the two files, using avprobe: My machine is Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.00GHz x 2, 64-bit. I do not know what graphics card I have. I run Ubuntu 12.04. So far I have had no problems with YouTube and playback of various video files, including playback of the file good.mpg, included in the avprobe snapshot above. However, the file bad.mpg gives me headache! The file bad.mpg is produced by a respectable "Old-video-tapes-to-DVD" company. I converted over 10 Video-8 tapes to MPEG through them, and today I collected my hard drive containing the MPEG files. Unfortunately I have problem watching them! Here are some details: Using Totem Movie Player 3.0.1 works well for several seconds, then it gets choppy and the playback is not at all smooth. Also the player easily freezes for a while when trying to jump to another position in the file. Most strangely though, the total time is shown as 0:42 (42 seconds) instead of the true 00:39:11: The VLC media player is doing a better job. It shows the correct total length, but as soon as I jump in the video to a new position, it stalls. Playback also stalls after 30 seconds if I press play and leave it. Using Handbrake and choosing bad.mpg as the source, gives me: There is only one title to choose, and it is 6 min 53 seconds. I would have guessed the full 39 minutes of the video should have shown. Lastly, putting the file bad.mpg in Dropbox and viewing it on my iPad with the Dropbox app seems fine (disregard the lack of easy jumping forward due to real-time encoding when streaming it). My question is simple: What is going on?! Why do I have problem to play the MPEG-2 files I just paid good money for (the issue with bad.mpg applies to all files I had encoded)? Is it an issue with my particular Linux machine? The graphics card? But why has everything worked fine so far, and why does not the good.mpg file cause any problems?

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  • Video screen recording + add text (subtitle), export as .flv. What programs?

    - by RasmusWriedtLarsen
    I have to record a video to showcase a tool I've made. It's going to include my talking, but I also want some overlay text (subtitles) for people who doesn't have sound. I'm looking for a program that will let me add a text overlay (as subtitle) for my video, and if possible, export it as .flv . I've tried this so far: Used CamStudio for recording, using their lossless format. Converted the .avi file to a .flv using Any Video Converter (free version) I've been having some trouble with the output of CamStudio, some programs can't play the file right, it skips forward and backward. (VLC, Adobe Media Encoder CS4) So I'm looking for a program that accepts videos from CamStudio*, can add text to my video, and hopefully export as flv. *(If that's not possible I'm open for other recording programs). I'd like to ONLY use free programs, and I'm on Windows XP. Looking forward to your help :)

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  • Software for mosaicing video frames into a panorama

    - by Eikern
    I have some video footage I've shot using a dolly with the camera rotated 90 degrees to the right. Which gives me a sideways tracking shot of a background. Does there exist some kind of software I can create a single image from the video footage? The result I want is one single image of the entire shot. I guess I could export every Nth frame and use Photoshop (or any other type of panorama software) to merge the images together, but this would make it easier. Thanks.

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  • Evoland: A Video Game About Video Game History

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    Browser-based Evoland is, hands down, one of the more clever video game concepts to come across our desk. The game itself is a history of video games–as you play the game the game evolves from a limited 8-bit monochrome adventure into a modern game. You start off unable to do anything but move right and collect a treasure chest. That treasure chest unlocks the left key (keys are configured in a WASD style keypad) which in turn allows you to move around a simple monochromatic forest clearing to unlock the rest of the movement keys. From there you begin unlocking more game features, effectively evolving the game from monochrome to 16 and then 64 bit color and unlocking various game play features. The game itself is short and can be played in about the same time you could watch a video covering the basics of various game changes over the last 30 years but actually playing the game and watching the evolution in progress is far more rewarding. Hit up the link below to take it for a spin. Evoland [via Boing Boing] How To Switch Webmail Providers Without Losing All Your Email How To Force Windows Applications to Use a Specific CPU HTG Explains: Is UPnP a Security Risk?

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  • 16 Over The Top Video Game Mods [Video]

    - by Jason Fitzpatrick
    This roundup of video game mods includes such gems as My Little Ponies in Skyrim and Batman in Doom. One of the more entertaining videos in the mix? Randy “Macho Man” Savage as a Skyrim dragon. Hit up the link below for the full roundup at Neatorama. The 16 Funniest and Coolest Video Game Mods Ever HTG Explains: Why You Only Have to Wipe a Disk Once to Erase It HTG Explains: Learn How Websites Are Tracking You Online Here’s How to Download Windows 8 Release Preview Right Now

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