Use less of your #PeerTube Upload Quota by slighty increasing the RF value of your videos in the Video Section of Handbrake.
Your videos will lose a little bit of quality, but the size will greatly reduce.
Today I have reduced a 700mb video to 50mb, while keeping it's quality :)
I recommend keeping it lower than 28
@semordnilap this would be amazing!
Yep, I found it after digging through the flask documentation. Should have just done that in the first place. I was wasting time in the json library documentation.
So I'm stuck.
I'm got a JSON file that I'm parsing in python using the json library.
One of the values is a text field that goes like this:
I'm displaying this on a webpage using flask with data["text"]
But it seems like those html codes are being automatically being escaped to <
How do I prevent that.
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Don't hurt me.
Suicide bomber rammed a car into a bus full of our soldiers at the border and blew up. Most are saying terrorist attacks and some are saying militant attacks, clarifying that terrorist attacks are on civilians and the soldiers blown up supposedly belong to that group of the defense system who have harmed more civilians themselves.
maybe they're trying to dilute the impact on the group or the org but what if you think of each of the 40+ individuals who just stopped to exist at a moment's notice?
What I was thinking is having a "current device" value stored in a file.
The hotkey would change the volume of the current device and a second hotkey can be used to cycle through the different devices. I3 bar could display the current device.
Though this scripts useful. I would display the name of the device on i3 bar instead of the ID
@an3223 that's what I do for i3wm. Though the device numbers seem to Change on my new laptop. Might have to write a script to get the current device or something.
I mean, if it's on the internet, it's out there forever. People can just as easily take a screenshot, and there plenty of caching websites out there, including archive.org and Google web cache.
@brandon yes! Thanks you!😆
@LibertyPaulM not true dude. Competition makes things more fun!
@cameron give jdupes a try:
jdupes -rSs ./ > dupes.txt
Will output all duplicates in your current folder, recursively into subfolders, and output to a txt file
Or include the -d flag to let you pick which files to keep, which to delete
Believe me, I've been clearing out hundreds of gigabytes of files for a few years now, most of them are dupes, and jdupes is invaluable.