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comment Error with appendPixelBuffer: withPresentationTime:
any comment back, or do you have the bug # to track?
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comment format stdout as multicolumn text
I'm trying to deal with single column data that I want to put into multiple columns. column is only useful for arranging multi-column data. ie: ls -1 | column -t doesn't re-arrange things to look like ls
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answered Keyboard interrupt in debug mode PyCharm
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revised ffmpeg encode timestamp framerate seems to skip frames
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comment ffmpeg encode timestamp framerate seems to skip frames
That shows the frame number, which does increment normally. I was actually putting both of those on the image, but trimmed down my command for simplicity. I'm really looking for a human readable time though.
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comment ffmpeg encode timestamp framerate seems to skip frames
the input is just an image, so there is no "original" frame rate. It's controlled in image2 by the -framerate param
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revised Use terminal scrollbar with tmux
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comment Use terminal scrollbar with tmux
looks like that was a tcsh built-in. On bash you can use echo $TERM
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comment Use terminal scrollbar with tmux
@Nick - Note that you're solving a different problem : adding mouse support to tmux. Might be a better solution for you, but it's different from using the native scrollback buffer. As long as your terminal emulator is properly defined the above will work on an y*nix, including OSX
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answered How can I convert Evernote's notes to standard TXT files?
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comment Image sharpening methods
Probably not directly, depending on your image. Sounds like what you may be attempting is more related to super resolution than sharpening. Take a look at Natural Image Priors, and the variety of Single Image Super Resolution techniques associate with it. Maybe start with "Super-Resolution from a Single Image" by Glasner et al, and look at the references for more, especially Freeman, et al who has a seminal paper from the early 00's.
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