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I can think of 2 reasons why this might occur.

There is a hardware bug in your video card (which would also cause your monitors to be non-responsive).
Your.mp4 files might be damaged/corrupted. I have had this problem many times before where the files just weren’t playing properly on my computers. If possible, you should try to re-save the files.

If the problem is with the.mp4 files, the best thing you can do is try to convert them. This can be done using some free software such as Handbrake or SMTube.


Trying to find $f$ such that $f^2=f$

The answer is $f = \cos{\left( \frac\pi4 \right)} + i \sin{\left( \frac\pi4 \right)}$ but I don’t understand the reasoning.


You can have a try with the fixed point theorem:
Let $f: D \subset \mathbb C \to \mathbb C$, where $D$ is the unit disc, be an analytic function. If $f(D) \subset D$ and $f(0) = 0$, then $f(D) = D$. (Theorem: The fixed point theorem)
In our case, your function is $f(z)= f(x+ iy) = (x – iy)^{1/2}$ and $f(0)=0$
Hence, $f(D) = \{z \in \mathbb C \mid |z| \le 1\}$
and since

The video was published by in January 2013.

A year later, Brian Klug describes the problem and how to resolve it:

The problem lies in the PortableDeviceTargetService, which is a no-op. I run it from the command line and see this right away:

It appears that VLC player does not wait for the stream to end.
I have tried many things, but i have not been able to resolve this.

Has anyone else had similar problems and has solved it?


If you don’t use a codec written for a particular container (like mpeg-4, mpeg-2 or even h263 or h264), then you can use VLC’s command line, like this:

. I run it from the command line and see this right away:

Yes, but VLC is a media player, not a downloader/processor. The stream has been stopped and is still where it was. So, you need to set up a downloader that will actually provide the stream you want. (Not download, but actually stream.)
That said, the reasons that a video player may stop are many, and even stop if it thinks it’s interrupted: engine hit, buffer overflow, bad timeout, signal received, etc.
But your transcript says that the video playback was interrupted, so it could well be the case that the user hit the stop button.

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In the middle of this week, a group of well-known global leaders will gather to announce that the apartheid-era Apartheid Wall will be torn down and the two countries will join in peace.

There will be much joy and hope mixed with the wonder of what’s to come and the blood-thicker-than-water joy that comes with a landmark achievement.

And as much as the event we will witness is wonderful, it also has the potential to be bittersweet for me.

As a member of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Committee on International Justice and Human Rights I will be present. I am meeting with my U.S. Catholic counterparts from across the country and will be working on issues related to the International Criminal Court.

But with this hopeful event — the rapprochement between Israel and South Africa on the one hand and the International Criminal Court, on

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