File permissions in Linux

Linux is a file-based system, it considers directories, drives, devices, etc as files. The actions you are allowed to perform on a Linux system depends on the permissions you have to these files. The primary permissions The three primary permissions are read, write, and execute. They have different meanings when applied to files and directories. …

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How to zoom video in VLC

VLC media player supports two types of zoom: basic zoom and interactive zoom. Basic zoom simply increases the size of the whole video, while interactive zoom allows you to zoom in on a specific portion of the video. Interactive zoom To enable interactive zoom: Go to Tools ➾ Effects and Filters ➾ Video Effects ➾ …

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Simulating fast forward and rewind in VirtualDub using Autohotkey

Virtualdub does not have a dedicated fast-preview option. The only way to fast-preview, without giving up on normal preview, is to hold down the arrow key. I find this a little inconvenient and slow. Here is an Autohotkey script to simulate fast-forward and fast-rewind in Virtualdub. It uses the aforementioned key hold-down method but Autohotkey …

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