Now, I could have been correct if you had done a video of a cat orchestra (I might even watch that once).
Wow! I only know about a duet: Duetto Buffo Di Due Gatti
Yes and I got the very helpful point. It's going to be a challenge for me because as a performing composer, I want to hang on to all performances of my work, whether by me or others. Due to the limitations of my smaller hard drive, it did fill up much faster than expected. Thanks, as always, for your input and help.
Thanks for weighing in on this issue. I've come to realize that my new computer from two years ago, which was a gift from my spouse, actually has only a third of the space of my previous. Which I have now filled up. I'm a little shocked to be honest. I'll need to investigate an external drive. And look for cat videos to delete ...Thanks for your help!
Yes, I guess it's that or a new computer but I'm not thrilled about that option.
<dir>/ffprobe -i <source file> this shows the source file specifications (video and sound)<dir>/ffplay -i <source file> -vf scale=640:-1 this plays the film while applying the video filter "scale" (needs width and height parameters)<dir>/ffmpeg -i <source file> -vf scale=640:-1 <output file> this effectively creates a new "scaled" output file.
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