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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
Here, I’m taking a look at various RF settings in Handbrake, both in terms of visuals and filesize. I started with encodes from the “24” DVD (Season 6, Episode 1). If you have the same DVD and are looking to reproduce this test, the following settings were used: I tested the following RF values (listed in Handbrake under “Constant Quality”: 0, 10, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 I’ll start with a few screenshots at different RF values. There’s a video below too, but it comes with a bit of a caveat so might not show everything well for you. Pictures should work for nearly everyone. Note that the first one (RF0) is for reference (lossless). Worth noting that x264’s psychovisual enhancements (trellis, etc) do a pretty good job of keeping detail where you’d notice it (the face), at the expense of the stuff you normally wouldn’t notice while watching (like those background areas). Of course, this only goes so far – once the RF value is high enough, there’s no saving Jack’s facial features from the effects of compression!
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Saved by uncleflo on May 30th, 2018.
You would want to install the Securly SSL certificate in your Chrome browser to ensure the best browsing experience. The certificate does not control the level of filtering or what sites are allowed. The certificate will prevent errors on sites that Securly decrypts. Without the certificate, sites like Google.com and Facebook.com will show privacy errors, users will perceive this as the internet being “broken”. To install the Securly SSL certificate manually in Chrome, open ‘chrome://settings’ in your Chrome browser (version 59.0.3071 and above)
Saved by uncleflo on July 18th, 2016.
Deliverability to Outlook.com is based on your reputation. The Outlook.com Smart Network Data Services (SNDS) gives you the data you need to understand and improve your reputation at Outlook.com. But just looking at the data isn't enough! Maintaining a good reputation is a lot of work. You should use this data to keep your mailing lists clean and to monitor the IPs you control for unusual behavior. Reputation is always the responsibility of the sender. SNDS gives senders access to detailed data about individual IPs, and it also includes our Junk Email Reporting Program, which lets you receive reports when users junk your messages. Now you can view IP data and manage feedback loop settings from one convenient website.
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Saved by uncleflo on April 4th, 2015.
This will set up Evolution to access your Hotmail account. If this is your first account to be set up, a wizard will open when you first start Evolution. Otherwise you will have to add an account by using the following Evolution menu item Edit>Preferences>Mail Accounts>Add
Saved by uncleflo on August 10th, 2014.
This article is here to provide tips for getting EAC to work in linux under Wine. Wine is an application layer that allows you to run Windows-based programs under linux. EAC 1.0b3 will run under Wine, but you will need to do some tweaking. Specific instructions will be provided specifically for the gentoo distribution, but these instructions can be adapted for use in other distributions such as Ubuntu.
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Saved by uncleflo on October 2nd, 2010.
Ok I can't take the credit for this, I found out how to get my mx5000 working via bluetooth from bug reports. I thought I would share with you all.
Got all the info from here thanks to kryilian and amedee
Ok so first thing you should notice when you have a Logitech bluetooth device is at login (gdm) that more or less it does not work. However unplugging and replugging in the adapter puts the device in USB emulation mode but you can not use bluetooth to transfer files for example or use other blue tooth devices with in this mode.
So after going through bluetooth bug reports I finally got my MX5000 working in feisty.
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