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Published on Feb 24, 2009

The final chapter in the HOW TO DATAMOSH trilogy. Who will win in the end, Arnold or the Pandas??
UPDATE: The one-stop datamosh kit is outdated. Sorry, it's been over six years, and computers be changin.

You can still download ffmpegx on your own, but you'll still need to download the "binaries" for it too. It'll show you where to grab the binaries from when you open ffmpegx.

OR you can use another file conversion program, like MPEGStreamclip, or even Adobe Media Encoder/Premiere/After Effects. In fact, they're a bit easier to use than ffmpegx (and no pesky binaries)

NOTE TO PC USERS: Instead of FFmpegX, you can use VirtualDub (http://www.virtualdub.org). I've never used it, but I hear it's the bee's knees!

Now, for avidemux, you're going to need version 2.5.4 (none of the newer versions worked for me):

Unfortunately if you try to open the program it won't open. But there's a fix! (This has been tested on OS X 10.10 Yosemite and below).

After you've copied avidemux into your Applications folder, right-click on it and choose "Show Package Contents." Then open up "Contents" then "Resources" then "lib"

In the "lib" folder, find and delete two files: "libxml.2.dylib" and "libiconv.2.dylib". Don't worry, this won't harm anything on your computer, it will just make avidemux work like it's supposed to.

And voila! Everything else should work like in the videos. Hope this helps!

And once again once again, here's my direct line:
heywhatsupitsbob @ gmail . com


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