@socks my personal favorite concat operator is the c++ stl's std::filesystem::path, which uses /
so you can write things like
newPath / "subfolder" / "output.bin"
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Contributing to an evidence base may be a way of highlighting the problems and shaming people with money into doing something about them.
I probably should have started with a decoder instead of encoding blind
plan is to encode a single i-frame and compare it once that's done with a reference
I assume it's all behind a paid ISO standard, but it's a bit of a shame how much trouble I'm having finding practical, detailed information about how MPEG works. lots of code, high-level descriptions, but little nitty-gritty
like we can talk all day about how a DCT gives good compression but I'm over here like "cool, I've got my coefficients, how do I interpret the VLC tables" and *crickets*
when did youtube's captions become highly flexible? like I've seen clips from commercial TV put text up top (easily the biggest thing people complained about) and now I'm finding jp music videos from 2018 that have replicated the lyrics thing they do in english with the captions, down to changing font size, colour, background, even *text shadow* at one point, in sync with the music???
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