I just needed a way to shrink a bunch of videos 640x480 video to 320x240 using command line, and found transcode command line video editing tool on Linux. transcode -F mpeg4 -y ffmpeg -Z 320x240 -E 44100,16 -i video.mpg -o video-small.mpg Update: here's an article on it on Linux Journal.
Just got my Buffalo WHR-HP-54 from Newegg yesterday, and today... I flashed it with Tomato firmware. I also found it to be much better and more intuitively designed than OpenWRT.Here are the steps:Open a terminal keep this command ready (DO NOT PRESS ENTER). Note that 192.168.11.1 is the default IP of the Buffalo router: tftp... Continue Reading →