PiTiVi 0.11.0: The Beginning

Dive into PiTiVi 0.11.0. We test some new features in this release, such as basic cutting. There are a few bugs, but this has a bright future in store.

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C++: Variables and Functions

If you haven't read the previous tutorial, we highly recommend you do so. Otherwise, you might miss important concepts used here.

Go ahead and fire up a text editor, and begin reading and typing. The meat of this tutorial is in the comments. Remember, try typing it out instead of copying and pasting. This way you will be able to remember by doing instead of by reading.


#include

/* First ...

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ffmpegmenu - transcode videos from your file manager

KDE users, here's a neat application that creates a 'service' in your file manager that allows you to easily convert videos to other formats using ffmpeg.

ffmpegmenu is what you need. After copying the simple script into the right directory, an action will appear in the sidebar of either Konqueror or Dolphin (your choice), which easily allows you to convert selected video to DVD, MPEG or into iPod format ...

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Vim tip - showing line numbers

I covered an ultra quick start on how to get into Vim recently, and now it's time for a related Vim tip.

Being a bit of a geeky text editor, Vim is often used for programming. And in programming, having line numbers easily visible can mean the difference between hunting for a bug for half an hour or finding and correcting it within a few seconds.

Now, it is ...

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