The Document That Could Change the Internet Forever (Mashable, 20140515)
Step by step tutorial on how to record audio and video with VLC. This will enable you to make a screencast without special software. This has been tested with VLC 2.0.8 and VLC 2.1.3.
Required to record audio/video
- http://www.videohelp.com/download/UScreenCapture2015.zip (http://www.videohelp.com/tools/UScreenCapture)
- VLC > View > Advanced Controls
- VLC > View > Status Bar
- CTRL+C (open capture device)
- Screen capture record (video device)
- Virtual audio capture (audio device)
- If applicable: go to advanced settings and change 4:3 into, 16:9. You can change the default 4:3 aspecto ratio:
- Next to play button, click arrow and choose “convert”
- Choose a destination filename, e.g. test.mp4
- Start recording…
Step by step tutorial adapted from:
Video image freezes, audio rewinds 3 to 4 seconds and gets stuck in a loop.
A similar problem has been documented here: https://trac.videolan.org/vlc/ticket/6600.
Unfortunately there seems to be no solution. It even happens in recent VLC distributions, like VLC Rincewind 2.1.3.
I have tried using Windows Media Player Classic (MPC), without any effect. At random intervals, with any kind of video format, video playback stops.
Quite out of the blue I found this behaviour tracing back to Intel Optimus Technology. I have two video cards: HD Graphics 4600 and NVIDIA Quadro K2100M controlled by Optimus. Optimus technology switches between these two GPU’s to ensure maximum battery autonomy.
When disabling Optimus in your BIOS settings, the video problem should belong to the past. This, however, isn’t an optimal solution when you rely on Optimus to get maximum battery autonomy. At this time, with the latest BIOS and Graphic drivers video playback keeps freezing with Optimus enabled. Hopefully, a driver update will fix this in the near future.
Heb je in het verleden ook steeds gebruik gemaakt van Google Bookmarks en je je altijd beklaagd dat deze niet gesynchroniseerd worden met Google Chrome en ver te zoeken zijn op je mobiele toestellen waar je ook Chrome gebruikt?
A wordpress network / multisite setup uses virtual directories.
When you have a wordpress network setup on www.yourdomain.com, you can have multiple blogs with only one WordPress installation, for example:
Suppose you want to password protect only one subsite e.g. ‘janedoe’, you can’t just create a ‘janedoe’ folder on your webserver with a particular .htaccess in it.
You need to create a secured environment for the virtual folder in your main .htaccess (where all other WordPress rules reside) using the following code:
SetEnvIfNoCase Request_URI "^/janedoe/" SECURED AuthType Basic AuthName "restricted area" AuthUserFile /home/mydomain/.htpasswd require valid-user Satisfy any Order allow,deny Allow from all Deny from env=SECURED
Mod_Rewrite enables you to do fancy stuff with URLs, but it isn’t always transparent when it comes to debugging. In a development environment it can be useful to enable apache error logging to see where a mod_rewrite line fails.
In XAMPP you can do this by opening httpd.conf (open control panel > config > Apache (httpd.conf)) and append mod_rewrite.c:trace3 to LogLevel.
LogLevel warn mod_rewrite.c:trace3
Facebook groeit nog steeds, Twitter op de weg terug
Voor het vijfde jaar heeft Newcom Research & Consultancy het Nationale Social Media Onderzoek uitgevoerd. Binnen het onderzoek van 2014 zijn 1.116 jongeren tussen de 15 en 19 jaar gevraagd naar hun gedrag op social media.
Jack is back to live another day. 24:Season 9 starts on the 5th of May on FOX. Follow news on twitter via #JackIsBack (and don’t forget, Cloe O’Brian is back too!)
Heroic agent Jack Bauer attempts to thwart an unthinkable terrorist attack in London that could change the world forever.
Update on January 18th, 2015
I’m now using a single Dell 19:10 monitor with 1920*1200 resolution, which should be supported according to the D5000 specs. However, from time to time I see horizontal bars (video refresh problems?). Even with the lid open, and notebook screen off. The D5000 is positioned immediately behind the laptop. I sure hope this will be fixed with a firmware upgrade, but I haven’t seen any released lately.
Update on February 5th, 2014
This post was previously titled “Interference between Dell D5000 and Logitech Unifying receiver?”, but I have changed the title because it wasn’t accurate. The mouse lag also occurs with wired mice in combination with the Dell D5000 wireless dock. On the windows desktop (WIN+D) itself, there seems to be little to no lag, but on dense webpages or other applications, it looks like the mouse pointer can’t keep up. Maybe there’s a problem with the video refresh rate. Comments appreciated.
Original post on January 31st, 2014
I can’t help but noticing that there seems to be an interference between the Dell D5000 wireless docking station (WiGig) and the Logitech USB unifying connector which causes to lag mouse behaviour from time to time. When I move away from the wireless docking lag seems to stop. The unifying receiver operates on 2.5GHz while the Dell D5000 WiGig dock operates on 60 GHz frequency.
Although it’s still very preliminary to conclude that the interference is caused by these two devices, I’m glad to hear your comments if you encounter the same problems.
I have tried scenarios where the Unifying receiver is attached to the Dell D5000 or directly to the laptop’s USB ports.