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Download any Azure Media Service video or live stream with FFmpeg.

This blog shows a tutorial about how to download any Azure media service video or live stream. Before starting, you need to have FFmpeg installed. No matter you are using Windows, Linux, or Mac OS. Download latest FFmpeg here: https://ffmpeg.org/download.html After installing it, prepare a command: ffmpeg -protocol_whitelist file,http,https,tcp,tls,crypto -i "{0}" -c copy video.mp4 And you …

Azure Media Player bash Azure Azure Media Service Download FFmpeg

Tips for Azure CLI script programming on bash

Ask the user to select the Azure cloud under which he runs the Azure CLI: login_azure() { no_cloud=true while $no_cloud; do echo 'Select your cloud:' az cloud list --output table read -p 'Enter the name:' cloudName az cloud set --name $cloudName && no_cloud=false done az account show || az login echo 'To logout, please press ` …

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Install Azure CLI on Windows 10 and use it in bash

The Azure command-line interface (CLI) is Microsoft's cross-platform command-line experience for managing Azure resources. The Azure CLI is designed to be easy to learn and get started with, but powerful enough to be a great tool for building custom automation to use Azure resources. The Azure CLI is available to install in Windows, macOS and Linux environments. It can also be run in a Docker …

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Ubuntu bash experience for Windows Terminal without Linux subsystem

Bash is the major shell client I use. On Windows 10 I really enjoy git-bash. But how to set bash to the default terminal in the new Windows terminal? Brief steps: Install a Linux style shell like git-bash. Install the Windows Terminal Make git-bash the default terminal in Windows Terminal Make the theme looks like Ubuntu style. Allow Ctrl + V to paste Allow starting WT in the directory …

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Linux Cheatsheet for Windows Users

A notebook for Windows folks like me who struggle to remember Linux commands Before starting Control options Operation Command Example Execute command one by one command1; command2 Execute command1 background command1 & command2 Execute command2 if 1 success command1 && command2 Execute command2 if 1 fail command1 || command2 Reverse the …

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One command to pull all git repositories

Every time I start my computer, I gonna open bash and pull all my repositories. My folder structure looks like this: So how can I pull all my repos with only one command? First, create a new file: pull.sh under the folder WorkSpace Change the content to: find . -maxdepth 2 -mindepth 2 -type d \( ! -name . \) -exec bash -c "cd '{}' && pwd && git pull" \; And execute the …

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