My youtube downloader has split the audio and video into separate files for some of the things I've DL'd. Could /g/ recommend a program that I could use to sync and merge them back into a single file?
Windows movie maker.
Or something else I don't know but you didn't need any complexe program
>My youtube downloader has split the audio and video into separate files for some of the things I've DL'd. Could /g/ recommend a program that I could use to sync and merge them back into a single file?
What's /g/'s thoughts on GitHub, especially with regard to its SJW policies? Is it bad enough to warrant investigating other options? I'm not currently interested in having any private projects, so pricing isn't an issue - I'd just like a good place to host some of my hobby projects so others can find them and hopefully benefit from them in some way, minus all the bullshit. Is something like BitBucket good for hobbyists? It seems geared mainly towards professional users.
Honest question. Why does anyone care what the fuck the staff's biases are? GitHub is for hosting code and issue-tracking.
Are there any examples of SJW-ism actually affecting people's productivity with and flow?
I want a new case and I'm thinking of getting an Enthoo Evolv with glass sides.
Thoughts on this case? Also help on airflow. I want to use H110i and mount it in front. Then I have a Fury X whose rad I want to mount in the rear exhaust. Then I'd fill the top with fans.
Is that a good notion and what case fans are top dog right now? And should I get another 2 Corsair fans for the H110i to operate in push pull?
I know that and I wouldn't, but this one is ALL glass on the sides, not a stupid cut out window, and I think that looks sexy as fuck.
Pic is a build to show you what I'm thinking of doing with the fan layout
Also feel free to recommend alternative cases, I'm not decided yet, I just want something that can fit H100i or H110i plus the Fury X rad (if possible) and looks nice (not gamer ricer shit).
Budget is around $200 to $300 absolute limit what I wanna spend on a case.
So I've tried installing the latest RemixOS (its like Android on a PC) on my Kingston 32Gb 3.0 USB but for some reason it didn't want to boot. So I thought that I will format it and use it as a normal USB drive. But when I booted back to Windows I saw that it doesnt say 32GB(28.something GB) anymore, but 9.87GB. I tried formatting it but it stayed the same. I opened up diskmgmt.msc and saw that there are two aditional partitions: 3GB and 16GB. I could format the 16 one, but that's all. Do you guys have any idea wat do? Im booting to xubuntu rn to try formatting it there
That's the thing, I cant. There is a little key icon next to the 2 first partitions. I can either unmount them or manage flags. On the 3rd partiton i can mąkę a new one sińce its unallocated
>french billionaire founded free code monkey university for talented individuals aged 18 to 30
>free tuition and dorms for those who get accepted
Who else passed the test but too autistic to go in for the meeting?
Anyone go to the one in paris? What do they ask you?
I bought what seems to be the only gigabyte h77n-wifi board on the market and I think it has a bent pin
How can you not see that it is obviously misaligned from the others. Yes its bent. Theres no retard pin that doesnt conform. Now get somethimg small and flat and fix, unless you need a fucking troll imageboard to hold your hand through that too. Faggot.
I want to emulate PS1, Gameboy, N64, etc. on my PSP.
I know there are emulators, but I'm not sure what to do.
Do I need to crack my psp first? how do I do it?
First learn to program
then learn about something really simple, like a NES
then step up to other architectures, slowly building your way to the PSP
you might not realize it, but a PSP has a really complex architecture, and emulating it isn't exactly simple.
You'll also need to learn a lot of graphics programming.
Want to learn Scala. I know C++.
What's the best way to learn? Just dive in? Or should I do SICP or Learn You a Haskell first and then tackle Scala?
not sure, I read a scala for java programmers book to learn. might be worth looking here: http://www.scala-lang.org/documentation/books.html
but don't bother learning haskell first. scala is quite different from haskell until you start using scalaz. scheme is also completely different, you'd be better off reading SICP if you wanted to learn clojure.
oh I will add that to really be able to use scala professionally you will have to know the basics of java, since the JVM has some quirks that are the result of java being a shit language and you'll need to be aware of them. but that can come after you learn how to write programs in scala in the first place.
Is Haskell computationally fast? Faster than Python or MATLAB?
I attend university lectures but I also like to watch online lectures about the same subject on YouTube.
But they are all fucking made by poo-in-loos with disgusting voices.
How to find online lectures by white people?
FIRESHIT ON SUICIDE WATCH
> NoScript, Firebug, and other popular Firefox add-on extensions are opening millions of end users to a new type of attack that can surreptitiously execute malicious code and steal sensitive data, a team of researchers reported.
U got a project on human selective breeding on the internet?
> install LibreOffice 'cause MSOffice is too bloated for what I need
> open Calc
> this is the main toolbar
I mean, are they even trying?
How fucking difficult is it to fix this fucking gargabe UI?
Why don't they just copy the RibbonUI or at least try to improve it?
How do I make programs use more memory? I have 16GB doing fucking nothing.
Pictures you wish you'd have seen before you bought an SSD.