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BLOOMINGTON, MN - SEPTEMBER 1: A guest creates a special furry friend at the newest Build-A-Bear Workshop at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., during a special grand opening ceremony on Sept 1, 2015. Build-A-Bear Workshop celebrated the launch of a new look and feel for stores at todayâs ceremony complete with an updated storefront, fresh new logo, and seven-foot-tall stuffer â all part of the companyâs strategy to make its iconic experience even more memorable for guests in Bloomington, Minnesota on September 1, 2015. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images for Build-A-Bear)

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BLOOMINGTON, MN - SEPTEMBER 1: A guest creates a special furry friend at the newest Build-A-Bear Workshop at Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., during a special grand opening ceremony on Sept 1, 2015. Build-A-Bear Workshop celebrated the launch of a new look and feel for stores at todayâs ceremony complete with an updated storefront, fresh new logo, and seven-foot-tall stuffer â all part of the companyâs strategy to make its iconic experience even more memorable for guests in Bloomington, Minnesota on September 1, 2015. (Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images for Build-A-Bear)

ST. LOUIS – The Build-A-Bear Workshop says that guests who visit stores on Thursday can take part in “Pay Your Age Day.”

That means that on July 12 they will just have to pay their current age for any make-your-own furry friend in all stores in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom.

According to a press release, Build-A-Bear created the one-day promotion “to kick off its new, everyday celebration of birthdays.”

“We have overwhelming data that indicates Build-A-Bear is synonymous with childhood, and nearly one-third of our sales are associated with birthdays,” said Sharon Price John , president and chief executive officer of Build-A-Bear Workshop.

As of July 12, shoppers who are 14 years old or younger can pay their age for a Birthday Treat Bear during their birthday month as part of the “Count Their Candles” promotion, which will be available all year long.

To take advantage of Build-A-Bear’s Pay Your Age Day, parents or guardians must enroll in the complementary rewards program or give a valid email address and name. See the full details.

The company writes on Facebook:

“The rumors are true!July 12 is the first-ever Pay Your Age Day at Build-A-Bear Workshop! For one day only, you can pay your age for ANY, we repeat, ANY furry friend at the Workshop*! It’s easy – how old you are is how much your furry friend costs! It’s a Bonus Club offer, so sign up now to save time in the Workshop! Full Details US/CAN: http://bit.ly/2J7zVtf UK: http://bit.ly/2upmj7J

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And the contents of is just the list of movies, full paths without quotes, delimited by carriage returns:

Notice that there's no crop file for . This is because it doesn't require cropping.

For other options that won't change from input to input, e.g. , simply augment the line in the script calling :

The transcoding process is started by executing the script:

The path is first deleted from the file and then passed as an argument to the tool. To pause after returns, simply insert a blank line at the top of the file.

These examples are written in Bash and only supply crop values. But almost any scripting language can be used and any option can be changed on a per input basis. Nick Wronski has written a batch-processing wrapper for in TROUSERS Leggings Pop Cph GThQR
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What is a ratecontrol sytem? It's how a video encoder decides on the amount of bits to allocate for a specific frame.

My tool has two different ratecontrol systems available to control the size and quality of output video. The special, or default, ratecontrol system is designed to deliver consistent quality, while the average bitrate (ABR) ratecontrol system, enabled via the option, is designed to produce a predictable output size.

Both ratecontrol systems are modified versions of what is commonly called a constrained variable bitrate (CVBR) mode. Which means they both allow bitrate to vary per frame but still constrain that bitrate.

My special ratecontrol system leverages the constant quality ratecontrol system already within the x264 video encoder, an algorithm which uses a constant ratefactor (CRF) to target a specific quality instead of a bitrate.

My average bitrate (ABR) ratecontrol system modifies the ABR algorithm already within x264 which targets a specific bitrate, constraining it to produce better overall quality.

The target video bitrate for both systems is automatically determined by using the resolution of the input. For example, the default target for 1080p output is Kbps, which is about one-fifth the video bitrate found on a typical Blu-ray Disc.

While both systems deliver high quality, they sometimes have different visual characteristics.

When using , you might notice two lines in the console output containing something like this:

These are actually the settings used by my special ratecontrol system to configure the x264 video encoder within HandBrake.

This system attempts to produce the highest possible video quality near a target bitrate using a constant ratefactor (CRF) to specify quality. A CRF is represented by a number from to with lower values indicating higher quality. The special value of is for lossless output.

Unfortunately, the output bitrate is extremely unpredictable when using the x264's default CRF-based system. Typically, people pick a middle-level CRF value as their quality target and just hope for the best. This is what most of the presets built into HandBrake do, choosing a CRF of or .

Similarly, the following two modules have the same default export:

You can’t use reserved words (such as default and new ) as variable names, but you can use them as names for exports (you can also use them as property names in ECMAScript 5). If you want to directly import such named exports, you have to rename them to proper variables names.

That means that default can only appear on the left-hand side of a renaming import:

And it can only appear on the right-hand side of a renaming export:

In re-exporting, both sides of the as are export names:

In addition to the declarative syntax for working with modules, there is also a programmatic API. It allows you to:

It will be specified in a separate document, the “JavaScript Loader Standard”, that will be evolved more dynamically than the language specification. The repository for that document states:

[The JavaScript Loader Standard] consolidates work on the ECMAScript module loading semantics with the integration points of Web browsers, as well as Node.js.

As you can see in the repository of the JavaScript Loader Standard , the module loader API is still work in progress. Everything you read about it in this book is tentative. To get an impression of what the API may look like, you can take a look at the ES6 Module Loader Polyfill on GitHub.

Loaders handle resolving module specifiers (the string IDs at the end of import-from ), loading modules, etc. Their constructor is Reflect.Loader . Each platform keeps a default instance in the global variable System (the system loader ), which implements its specific style of module loading.

You can programmatically import a module, via an API based on Promises :

System.import() enables you to:

System.import() retrieves a single module, you can use Promise.all() to import several modules:

Loaders have more methods. Three important ones are:

The module loader API will have various hooks for configuring the loading process. Use cases include:

Configurable module loading is an area where Node.js and CommonJS are limited.

Let’s look at how ES6 modules are supported in browsers.

Similarly to module loading, other aspects of support for modules in browsers are still being worked on. Everything you read here may change.

In browsers, there are two different kinds of entities: scripts and modules. They have slightly different syntax and work differently.

This is an overview of the differences, details are explained later:

Scripts are the traditional browser way to embed JavaScript and to refer to external JavaScript files. Scripts have an internet media type that is used as:

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