Category Archives: Windows XP

How to convert mkv file into avi file format with ffmpeg.

This is very simple. You need to use the ffmpeg tool. If your file is named my_file.mkv then use this command:

The output will be out_file.avi with directly copy the audio and video streams from the mkv to an avi .

Use Fingerprints to check web server’s secure connection certificate.

To make sure that you are connected to the right secure website you can use Fingerprints website. You compare the fingerprint of its certificate in your browser against a trusted source that provides you with fingerprint records. Looking up fingerprint certificates because each web browser handles this in a different way. Now compare the fingerprint… Read More »