In this article we will talk about how to use Audacity as a multitrack studio and making finished tracks using all the little tricks which make it easy.
How to Delete Old Backups from Time Machine on Mac
Introduction to using sed on the command line with regular expressions. Learn how to perform search and replace (substitution), printing, writing, reversing, and more!
Install WordPress With LEMP Stack In Ubuntu
Video encoding is sometimes hard to figure out. This article helps to demystify some of the settings you might come across in your encoding travels.
BBC Click’s Kate Russell gives a step-by-step guide to setting up your own virtual private network using a Raspberry Pi.
MKVToolnix is a suite of applications to work with Matroska video and audio files. Here’s how to use this software to create and edit MKV files on Linux.
Looking to learn a new skill or a new language? Educating yourself is now as easy as visiting a website. Here are 9 that are great for online learning.
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In some of my recent articles on text processing, I have explained the use of
sedcommand in Linux/Unix. In case of
sedcommand, we provide an input file to the command, it reads the file line-by-line, processes each line and then prints it on the
STDOUT. So, in brief, its a row-wise operation. Similar is the case with
cutcommand – there is an input file, there is processing part and the processed output can be displayed on
STDOUTor saved in a file. A minor difference between
cutcommand processes the file in vertical manner. So, the outcome of the
cutcommand is a single or multiple columns.
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