I am hosting a screening of Swearnet The Movie in Pittsburgh. Reserve your seats NOW! tugg.com/events/11720 only $11
73 tickets need to be sold to make this shit happen. Your credit card will not be billed until it is official. Spread the word...
Asshole American distributors couldn't handle taking on a movie of these epic prportions and so the Swearnet Army was called upon to handle it ourselves. This movie has made it into the Fucking Guinness Book for the most fucks in a movie with 935 fucks.
November 18th 7:30PM AMC Loews Waterfront 22 300 Waterfront Drive, West Homestead, PA 15120
After years of playing the Trailer Park Boys on TV, Robb Wells, John Paul Tremblay and Mike Smith decide it is time to stop fucking around and create their own network. A place where balls out comedy is the norm, drinking and drugs are not just accepted but encouraged, and people can fucking ...
Any linux cli peeps out there who know pipes and variables and grep maybe awk?...
I don't know how to disable the G+ text formatting so there are the strike throughs... sorry
I have a basic code here: ffmpeg i "movie01.avi" -r 1 -f image2 ./S01E01/S01E01%4d.jpeg
It will take a video and grab screenshots from it once/second and save them as jpeg.
I want to use ls or something and pipe the results in place of the "movie01.avi" AND I want to increment the episode number based on the query from ls being alphabetical/numerical.
Just in case that wasn't understood, I can say it in another way: instead of running these scripts: ffmpeg i "a01.avi" -r 1 -f image2 ./S01E01/S01E01%4d.jpeg ffmpeg i "a02.avi" -r 1 -f image2 ./S01E02/S01E02%4d.jpeg ffmpeg i "b01.mp4" -r 1 -f image2 ./S01E03/S01E03%4d.jpeg ffmpeg i "c01.mkv" -r 1 -f image2 ./S01E04/S01E04%4d.jpeg
I want to run one script to search one directory at a time. Bonus if it can mkdir the proper folder for each episode. I kind of know what I want, but I don't know syntax and cli variables very well.