How to add "special effects" to videos in Linux using VLC commandsSep 05, 2015, 18:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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Aside from its incredible ability to play virtually every type of media, VLC can also apply video or stream filters. These are often used to create "special effects" movies from locally saved video files. And, like most Linux media players, VLC also permits power users to run it in a non-GUI, "dummy interface" mode so its full feature set can be applied to media files via terminal commands or automated with shell scripts.
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