Monthly Archives: January 2014

Screen and Audio Capture with ffmpeg on Windows 7

I’ve recently needed to capture a video stream that was being stream in some obscure format, so direct screen and audio recording was the only (at least easiest) option. It works fine with freely available software, but you’ll need some … Continue reading

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Workaround for Batik’s NoClassDefFoundError/ClassNotFoundException: TruncatedFileException

Batik’s JPEGRegistryEntry that is repsonsible for handling inline JPEGs in SVGs contains a reference to TruncatedFileException, which is specific to the Sun/Oracle JDK (as well as other classes used in the same code). If you’re running e.g. on OpenJDK, you’ll … Continue reading

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