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Hi! very usefull info!! Thanks I have a question. If I post the video in my feed people cant visualize it, its appears like a black image, but if you enter the post people will see the video. Im trying to post it as a gift so you can see it in the whole feed part, even if you dont enter to the post. How can I do this? Because if I export the gift throug Giphy I cant because last less than 3 seconds, I even try to repeat the layers on procreate, and nothing happens. And if I post it as a video the previsualization is a black spot. Hope I was clear, thanks a lot!
Hi, I'm a SharePoint sub site owner and I regularly record, edit and produce videos in a video source file library. Videos are produced in .mp4 format with video player. Supporting files for source videos are zipped and the mp4 remains a stand-alone file. Only site owners have access to source files. The aim is then to transfer only the .mp4 file into a site member library, so that zipped files and folders are not seen by video end users. I've tried copying, moving, saving and importing .mp4 files in several ways so that just the .mp4 file is visible in the member library, but on each occasion, the file is automatically placed under a new sub-folder that SharePoint auto-generates and alongside the .mp4 file in the same sub-folder are 2 additional sub-folders called "Preview images" & "Additional Content". Both of these sub-folders are always empty. No matter how many times I try to move the .mp4 file to the master directory and delete the folder within which it is embedded, along with its sub-folders, the .mp4 file is deleted upon deletion of the linked folders. Any pointers, please? Thanks
That's interesting. The videos are not being stored as assets. At the moment, the files are stored in a document library because there are videos and documents supporting the same content... so to facilitate navigation, usability and management, we would really like to keep PDF and MP4 files in the same series of system divided content libraries. In addition to which, content in these libraries is shared with different user groups in different ways, based on a filtered control column. I will certainly test the use of an asset library, but not sure that this is a real option for us. This issue has only recently presented itself, had no such difficulties previously, so it's a little frustrating.
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In our testing the video file on shared folder on other machine. Which plays well in many of the users machine in IE,other then few user machines even in IE,we are getting "media as failed to load error".
"Money" (stylized in all caps) is a song by Thai rapper, singer, and Blackpink member Lisa from her debut single album Lalisa (2021). It was released to US contemporary hit radio by Interscope Records as the second single from the album on November 9, 2021 after achieving viral success. The lyrics for the track were written by Bekuh Boom and Vince, with music being composed by them alongside 24 and R. Tee.
On August 25, 2021, YG Entertainment announced that Lisa would make her solo debut with the single album titled after her given name, Lalisa. "Money" was confirmed as the B-side track on the tracklist of the single album on September 5. The song was released alongside the album on September 10, and received a performance video on September 24. Following its release, "Money" trended on TikTok and Instagram Reels in the form of dance covers, transformation edits, and edits to the television series Squid Game, and began to rise in the international charts. In response to its viral success, the song was sent by Interscope Records to US contemporary hit radio as the second single from the album on November 9, 2021.
On September 20, 2021, release of a "exclusive performance video" for "Money" was announced. Initially scheduled for the release on September 23, at 12 a.m. KST, the release was postponed by a day because of the delay in the post-production of the video due to Chuseok holiday. In March 2022, it became the fastest K-pop performance video to reach 500 million views on YouTube, doing so in less than six months.
In the video, Lisa along with the backup dancers gives a choreographed performance for the song in two inter-changing settings. The video starts with Lisa dancing in the middle of an abandoned road wearing a khaki-colored ensemble and green Celine chest. A billboard reading "money is a terrible master but an excellent servant" beams in the background. In the other setting, Lisa wears a checkered crop top and bralette combo, red tap shorts, and fur boots performing in a warehouse with a white LED screen at the back.
"Money" debuted at number 44 on the Billboard Global 200 and at number 24 on the Global Excl. U.S. for the chart issue dated September 25, 2021, and rose to number 19 and 11 respectively for the chart issue dated October 16. Following the dance practice video, the song rose from number 19 to 10 on the Global 200 with 66.3 million streams (up 28%) and 4,400 sold (up 6%) for the chart issue dated October 23. The song also rose from number 11 to 7 on the Global Excl. U.S. with 61.5 million streams (up 28%) and 3,000 sold (down 3%) for the same week. This marked Lisa's second top-ten hit on both charts after "Lalisa" and made her the third K-pop artist after BTS and Blackpink to appear in the top ten of the global chart more than once. "Money" charted on the Global 200 for 29 weeks and the Global Excl. U.S. for 34 weeks, becoming the longest charting song by a K-pop soloist and the second-longest charting song by any female K-pop act, behind Blackpink's single "How You Like That". The song also climbed to number five on the Spotify Global Chart and became the most-streamed song by a K-pop soloist on the platform.
In the United States, the song debuted at number eight on Billboard's Digital Song Sales chart dated September 25, 2021 with 6,900 online copies sold. It also debuted at number one on Rap Digital Song Sales, making Lisa the first female K-pop artist to so; and at number two on R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales. For the chart issue dated October 23, the song entered the Bubbling Under Hot 100 at number 7 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at number 49 with 4.8 million U.S. streams (up 27%) and 1,300 downloads sold (up 34%). "Money" was the second K-pop song ever to enter the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart as well as the highest-charting. It peaked on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 at number 6, for the chart issue dated October 30, and on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs at number 36, for the chart issue dated November 13. "Money" debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 90 on the chart issue dated November 6 as her second career solo entry on the chart after "Lalisa", and went on to become the first song by a female K-pop soloist to chart for multiple weeks. On the chart issue dated December 18, the song debuted on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 at number 40, the first song by female K-pop soloist to appear on the ranking, and peaked at number 35 on the chart.
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MP4, or MPEG-4 Part 14, is a more contemporary digital video format developed in 2001. MP4 files are more widely compatible with modern devices like smartphones, tablets, and streaming platforms since they are an industry standard supported by numerous media players and operating systems.
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MP4 files can employ various video codecs, including, but not limited to, H.264/AVC. H.264/AVC is a widely-used video codec that uses motion compensation and entropy encoding techniques for efficient video data compression.
Motion compensation involves analyzing changes between successive frames in the video and only storing differences between them; this reduces file size without significantly affecting quality. Similarly, entropy encoding utilizes variable length coding to represent data more precisely, reducing the overall file size. 041b061a72