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This is probably a little over-engineered for what it does, which is to embed/combine/mux loose subtitle files with a corresponding set of video files.
It’s not like it’s a type of thing I need to do on a regular basis either, but the need occurred, I slapped together a few lines, wasn’t quite happy, and now a couple of days later I finally got around to using it for what it was originally intended. 685 more words
If you do a screen recording on a Mac, you are most likely using the free Quicktime player that comes with Mac OS X. If you are lucky enough to own a Quicktime Pro then you can simply do an Export > Save-As MP4. 71 more words
Keith has a lot of great information in here. For instance, his multi-monitor i3 setup is interesting. I only have one monitor, but I often consider adding a second. 1,340 more words