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Google2SRT is a tool that can download "not embedded" subtitles (Closed Captions - CC) from YouTube and former Google Video and convert them to a standard format (SubRip - SRT) supported by most video players.
Even today, YouTube subtitles cannot be downloaded in a simple way or used in any video player because are encoded in Google's own format.
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Faceworx is a nifty tool to easily and quickly create a 3D head out of two 2D photos, one front shot and one side shot. Both images are loaded into the software, reference lines are placed around the details of the face to adapt the generic head model to the shape of the head on the input photos. The learning curve is shallow - you will understand the tool in minutes, however don't expect miracles: Hair shape is not covered and the output 3D head in OBJ format will not be biometrically correct.
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Although the ffmpeg (and avconv) program has a relatively intuitive command-line interface, given the diversity and complexity of the functionality that it exposes, there are still many operations which can be difficult to express. I found letterboxing (and pillarboxing) to be one of those operations, so in order to save others the trouble of working out the details, this post will develop a command for doing boxing with ffmpeg/avconv.
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The key is to highlight the total number of rows you need to insert before inserting. You need to highlight existing rows (which may have data already in them) and right click in the area where the row numbers appear for the highlighted rows. For example, when you right click on 4 highlighted rows, you will get an option to “Insert 4 above” as shown in the below screenshot.