i have mp4 videos and png files.
Need to watermark videos h.264 with png files from CLI. What tool can i use?
I had many troubles with ffmpeg, can't install libavfilter and libx264.
on 06/10/2012 – Made popular on 06/10/2012
There are obviously many different methods to create watermark for an image. However, in this article, I will show how to do the task without using any GUI application. Everything will totally be done in the terminal with the help of imagemagick.
I use one of my favorite images, the pic of Linus Torvalds raising his middle finger, as the example.
Anyone been successful in removing the Accuweather watermark in the Windmill and Ocean Live wallpapers for our Notes?
I tried the instructions posted on the SII forums but it doesnt seem to work for GNote. Couldnt find the respective files to delete with root explorer and when i try to just transfer the APKs it just crashes.
A friend of mine who is a nature photographer by hobby is willing to participate in Ubuntu wallpaper contest. He had submitted his entry to the stream. However, the photo contains his watermark in it. He can re-upload the image without watermark if it is selected. Can this be a issue in selection? Does he needs to re-submit the photo without watermark?
I've written an article about some tricks you can do with ffmpeg, in today's article, I will show you another trick - compressing avi and mp4 video files with a simple command with a only a small loss in video quality.
If you dont have ffmpeg already installed, you can run this command to install it in Ubuntu and other Debian-based distros:
sudo apt-get install libav-tools
I'm in the process of updating my system. Have been using Mythdora prior, so new to Mythbuntu. I installed mythbuntu 12.04.2 desktop amd64 and let it update during the install. The default path for videos is /var/lib/mythtv/videos from what I can see in the backend setup. I SFTP'd a mp4 file to this directory. I then try to scan for videos.
You may sometimes want to add a watermark to your documents to claim your authority. There are, of course, many different ways to do the trick but in today's article, I will show you how to do it using two popular open source applications, GIMP and LibreOffice Writer. Both applications are pre-installed in Linux Mint 13.