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9to5Linux Weekly Roundup: September 25th, 2022

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Avidemux 2.8.1 Released with 8-Bit VP9 VDPAU Hardware Decoding, New Filters, and More

Avidemux 2.8.1 is here nine months after Avidemux 2.8.0 and introduces several new features like a 3-band equalizer, new downmix options, namely stereo headphone and headphone virtual surround, the ability to configure up to 32 audio tracks, and three new filters, namely 3D LUT, Arbitrary Rotate, and Decimate.


ESP32 based board targets smart home applications

The RelayFi is a soon to be launched board featuring an ESP32-WROOM SoC and 4 channel relays to control up to 4 high-voltage devices. The RelayFi is also compatible with Alexa, Google assistant and other single board computers. 

Mini PC enabled by Pentium N6415 processor, dual GbE ports and Wi-Fi 6E

The ZBOX edge CI342 is a fanless Mini PC built around the Pentium N6415 processor along with Intel UHD graphics. The Mini PC supports up to 32GB of RAM, one M.2 2242/2280 socket and Wi-Fi 6E/Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity.

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LibreOffice Writer: Mail Merge Made Easy

This tutorial will help you to create mail merge with LibreOffice explained step by step with pictures and examples. Mail merge is a method of making stuffs consisted of multiple personalized copies like official letters, invitations, envelops, identity cards, student score reports etc. using word processor, spreadsheet and database. Finally, in this exercise we will make school letters for students' parents as an example so you can practice and then adapt it to your own needs. Let's study now!

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