Encoding is changing a sequence of characters to symbols.

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Hardware H.264 video encoders for production use?

I'm involved in a project that will involve encoding H.264 video from several sources for live, real-time transmission over the 'net, and it'd be nice to avoid having to dedicate an entire CPU-heavy ...
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MYSQL Collations [utf8_general_ci] and [utf8_unicode_ci]. What's the difference?

I'm wondering if there any different between these tow Collations in mysql encoding charset UTF8: utf8_general_ci and utf8_unicode_ci They both looks the same! note: For now I'm writing in them in ...
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How to encode video to use HTML 5 video tag? [closed]

I'm trying to use <video> tag feature. I've encoded my file with ffmpeg: ffmpeg -i 1.vob -f ogg -vcodec libtheora -b 800k -g 300 -acodec libvorbis -ab 128k out.ogv I've placed this text in ...
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Unable to find the right fileformat for Screen's logs in Vim

I see where I have ^M and ^[ at various places. The former seems to be enter, while the latter apparently the end/beginning of the line. I would like to get the purple symbols out such that I can ...
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Unable to change encoding to UTF-8 in Open Office [closed]

I see the following when I look at a document in Finnish The problem seems to be in encoding. I am not sure which encohing OO uses by default. I can see the documents in terminal without the ...
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Unable find the right encoding for a HTML -file in Vim

I see where all contents is in one line. It seems that this is the reason of bad encoding. I can see the characters ^M. How can you get the encoding right in Vim?