FFmpeg Paths for Video Scripts & Hosting

You Will Need FFmpeg Paths For Your Video Scripts

This is pretty much the same across the board. FFmpeg Paths are where your videos scripts video tools are stored on your server. These settings will work on Clip Share, Media Share, Handshakes Professional, OS Tube/Vimp, Php Motion, Royzz, Video Watch, Vidi Script, Viper Wolf, V Share, Hw Video Share, Syret, Clip Center, Clip Bucket, Php Vibe, Tube Ace, Adult Video Script, X Tube, Tube X, Adult Script Pro, Media XXX,  and Mechbunny.

FFmpeg Paths


Arvixe vs Pacific Host Quick Comparison

Arvixe vs Pacific Host Chart

Arvixe Pacific Host
Memory 2 gigs 1 gig
Processes 30 40
Disk Space Unlimited 25 gigs
Bandwidth Unlimited Unlimited
Addon Domains 5 4
Monthly Cost $4 $2.49
Besides that they are running the same versions on Linux Cent OS with the
same version of cpanel.

Speed Up Video Clip in Sony Vegas

There are two ways to speed up a video clip in Sony Vegas. The first way is to right click on the clip itself and go to properties then playback rate and up that number. I believe it maxes out at 4x.

The second way to speed up a video clip in Sony Vegas is to select the clip itself in the video timeline then hold the CTRL key and drag the clip toward the left.  I prefer the second method because I can visually see that the clip has changed in the timeline. In the first method you will not see a smaller clip but you will see swervy lines to indicate a change.


Autostart Youtube Embedded Videos On Any Website

There has been a lot of confusion over how to auto start YouTube embedded videos. I do not have to tell you that most of them do not work. YouTube is always upgrading there system so these things can happen. I am going to provide you with the proper code so that you can auto start your YouTube embedded videos. All you have to do is append the follow code to the video URL and it should auto start, ?autoplay=1.

Here is standard YouTube embedded code:

<iframe width=”420″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/6tn6OiOF9cE” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>

And here is the same Youtube code with the ?autoplay=1 syntax