The answer is “generally yes”. Apparently ‘tetracycline’ which is used as an antibiotic might not be so great after the expiry date, but 90% of other things even Insulin and drugs you need to keep in the fridge are OK.
I had this problem. Seen a post on Reddit . Old one. " This thread is archived New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast" That is a shame. As I now have a better answer than any of the posts. Get a pair of tweezers and scrape down from the part of the foil roll that is "stuck". Don't matter if it digs down into the layer beneath. Try to maintain even digging across the roll. Worked a treat!
Good Question! You would imagine that just "trimming" an MP4 file with same setting would be quick and painless, but when I tried it the resultant file was massive - like 10x the size of the original file. https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro-discussions/match-sequence-settings-mp4-to-mpeg-is-this-normal/td-p/11042944 Turns out this is because the .mp4 compression means there aren't really full frames in the file just deltas. So when you select "Match Sequence Settings", it has to give you AVI format anyway. So this is what you HAVE to do. Go ahead and create your HUGE AVI file. Then use an app or an online service to compress it back down... I had a good result using https://cloudconvert.com/avi-to-mp4 It shrunk the 76Mb AVI to less than half a Mb.
Wouldn't it be great to work together and create a "distributed search engine" with the index spread across thousands of peer nodes - a Google beating thing of beauty and love and money. Sadly the latency, speed, algorithmic and storage requirements make this a non-starter . Try the state-of-the-art example like yacy and you'll see what I mean. It's just occurred to me - something that might be as least as lucrative ( 1 , 2 , 3 ) is a "link database" - and several factors easier to code and manage..... ....Who fancies giving it a go?