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BLIND-REPEAT(1)		    General Commands Manual	       BLIND-REPEAT(1)

NAME
       blind-repeat - Repeat a video

SYNOPSIS
       blind-repeat (count | 'inf') file

DESCRIPTION
       blind-repeat write the a	video to stdout	that is	a loop of the selected
       video. The looped video is read from the	selected file.	The video will
       be  repeated  count  times, or until there is no	process	the reads from
       this process's stdout if	inf is selected	instead	of count.

       file must be a regular file, or '-'.  If	file is	'-', blind-repeat will
       read  stdin into	memory;	you are	highly discouraged from	using this un-
       less stdin is a single frame, or	known to only be a very	 small	number
       of frames, is it	can potentially	use all	of the computer's memory.

REQUIREMENTS
       blind-repeat  requires enough free memory to load the entire video into
       memory if it is read from stdin.	A frame	requires 32 bytes per pixel it
       contains.  So  for a 720p video at 25 Hz, 1 GB is reached in just below
       1.5 seconds.

SEE ALSO
       blind(7), blind-from-image(1)

AUTHORS
       Mattias AndrA(C)e <maandree@kth.se>

				   blind 1.1		       BLIND-REPEAT(1)

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