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Add text to a video with FFmpeg

If you want to add text to multiple video files in a bulk operation, FFmpeg is the way to go. You don’t want to manually edit a bunch of videos just to add the same stuff each time. Automation for the win! In this FFmpeg example, we will add some text to this video clip. As you can see, no text yet. We want to add “hard coded” text (that cannot be removed after it is added). We are not talking subtitles/captions. Here is the command, but hold on for a sec… The following command has been made simpler to read by breaking the long command into multiple lines. If you use this command you should remove all ^-symbols, so that everything is displayed in one line. Also don’t miss the spaces in there. This command is made for a Windows environment so it might look a little different if you are on another OS. You can also make the text with a little better position and padding like this: This is the result: Sources: https://superuser.com/questions/939357/ffmpeg-watermark-on-bottom-right-corner

Edit user accounts with the command line in Windows 10

Add an admin account with password “123abc”: Make the account administrator: Add a domain user to the domain administrator group Activate the hidden administrator account: Change password for the hidden administrator account Activate the guest user account: Create a new user without a password: Change the password of a user: Delete a user account You will have to manually delete the user folder after deleting the account.