- video-to-ascii VS pyright-python
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- video-to-ascii VS pipupgrade
- video-to-ascii VS ffmpeg-normalize
- video-to-ascii VS ssh2
- video-to-ascii VS clippy
- video-to-ascii VS ffplayout
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video-to-ascii reviews and mentions
Rickroll in your Terminal over SSH/Telnet
2 projects | reddit.com/r/linux | 24 Jun 2021
This was a fun little hack I wrote in NodeJS. I used the video-to-ascii project to output the Rickroll MP4 as a series of ASCII characters (it actually outputs a nice bash script). Then I wrote a small TCP server (for telnet) in NodeJS to simply pipe the output of the video bash script right to your telnet client! To add SSH support, I used the Node ssh2 library to create a simple SSH Server that is just piped to the telnet server (basically a proxy).
Windows is nice and all, but can it do this? (1)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxmasterrace | 22 Mar 2021
joelibaceta/video-to-ascii is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.