This video tutorial will explain how to losslessly convert any video file format, including quicktime .mov, flash .flv files, open source .ogv, .mp4, .wmv, .asf and more. I show you how to install ffmpeg, check the formats and codecs available to you, convert a file to a new format (windows media and .asf in this example) without any loss in quality during the decoding and encoding process, and create and run a script file that will enable you to run a batch conversion on any number of files at the same time.
Much like a vernacular, the universe of UNIX tools changes almost perpetually. New tools crop up frequently, while others are eternally modernized and adapted to suit emerging best practices. Certain tools are used commonly; others are used more infrequently. Some tools are perennial; occasionally, some are obsoleted outright. To speak UNIX fluently, you have to keep up with the "lingo."
C# and Java are fairly similar languages. They are similar enough that projects, such as our Encog project, can be converted to C#. Yet they are different enough that this is not always a 100% straight forward process. Additionally, there are several considerations to take into account so that your Java program does not look like a "Java Program converted to C#". C# programs support unique indexing options, properties and many other features that are not available to Java programs. For a true translation, it is important to use these as well.