I’m pretty new to Java, need to write a program that listen to video conversion instructions and convert the video once an new instruction arrives (instructions is stored in Amazon SQS, but it’s irrelevant to my question)
I’d much prefer using Java Runtime to exec ffmpeg directly, and avoid using java-ffmpeg wrapper as I have to learn the library. so my question is are there any benefits using java-ffmpeg wrapper over exec ffmpeg directly using Runtime? I don’t need ffmpeg to play videos, just convert videos
We can see that “Number 2” is selected, and using jQuery, I’d like to set “Number 3” as selected, and remove the selected “attribute” from “Number 2”. I’m assuming I need to use the next selector, but I’m not quite sure how to implement.
I want to test the effects of my RewriteRules without going through all the trouble of setting up a vhost and a RewriteLog and throwing URLs at the browser (or curling them).
But I don’t just wanna test regular expressions. I want my URLs to actually go through Apache’s mod_rewrite stack, and I want to see the response that would come out of it.
Awesome if I could get some trace of which rules acted on the URL, with which order, and what the interim results were. (I guess most of this appears in the rewrite log, but I wanted to avoid that setup)