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I'm currently working on a project where I need to reassemble and play a video from chunks fetched on a server.
The chunks are created from an mp4 video file and with the help of the 'split' command in a terminal.
I can fetch and play the first chunk in a video tag. It displays the total length of the video and stops when the end of the chunk is reached.
But I cannot fetch the second one, somehow append it to the first one and play the newly created chunk.
I tried to concatenate the two chunks using arrayBuffer and Blobs but it didn't work.
Maybe the solution is with SourceBuffer ?
Let's find a way to do that !
Thanks you guys !1
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post = " hey guys, I wanna make a photography portfolio website for my brother.
I want to change my habitual stack and go in uncharted seas.
My habitual stack : Nodejs, angularjs/Angular, bootstrap/foundation.
This portfolio should be SEO ready and lightweight.
Thank you if you have some ideas so I can enjoy learn a new stack 😃"
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Today I've experimented the windows' blue screen of death...
My windows partition was f*ck up.
I tried many fixes, like boot from grub (which very complicated), boot from a usb with ubuntu live version and run boot-repair.
Bit finally I ended up, make a live usb of windows 10, (tried 6 times before finding the good way to do it with uefi bios) and reset windows without deleting my personnal files.
I'm pretty much proud of me right now.2