Subtitle Every Which Way But Loose
Along the way, he has a run-in with a motorcycle gang called the Black Widows, who incur Philo's wrath after two gang members insult him and Clyde at a traffic light. Philo chases them down and takes their bikes (which he repaints, repairs, and resells), and every attempt they make to get even results in disaster. Philo also incurs the wrath of an LAPD cop named Putnam, with whom he gets into a fight at the Palomino. Both the officer and the Widows learn of Philo's trip to Colorado and head off to find him, incurring wrath along the way.
subtitle Every Which Way But Loose
The film's title refers to the Eddie Rabbitt song of the same name from the soundtrack, in which the singer complains that his girlfriend turns him "every which way but loose"; i.e., he cannot bring himself to leave her although he is more of a freewheeling character.
In any proceeding instituted by the United States in any district court of the United States under this section in which the Attorney General requests a finding of a pattern or practice of discrimination pursuant to subsection (e) of this section the Attorney General, at the time he files the complaint, or any defendant in the proceeding, within twenty days after service upon him of the complaint, may file with the clerk of such court a request that a court of three judges be convened to hear and determine the entire case. A copy of the request for a three-judge court shall be immediately furnished by such clerk to the chief judge of the circuit (or in his absence, the presiding circuit judge of the circuit) in which the case is pending. Upon receipt of the copy of such request it shall be the duty of the chief judge of the circuit or the presiding circuit judge, as the case may be, to designate immediately three judges in such circuit, of whom at least one shall be a circuit judge and another of whom shall be a district judge of the court in which the proceeding was instituted, to hear and determine such case, and it shall be the duty of the judges so designated to assign the case for hearing at the earliest practicable date, to participate in the hearing and determination thereof, and to cause the case to be in every way expedited. An appeal from the final judgment of such court will lie to the Supreme Court.
The district courts of the United States shall have jurisdiction of such actions which shall be heard and determined by a court of three judges in accordance with the provisions of section 2284 of title 28 and any appeal shall lie to the Supreme Court. It shall be the duty of the judges designated to hear the case to assign the case for hearing at the earliest practicable date, to participate in the hearing and determination thereof, and to cause the case to be in every way expedited.
Congress hereby directs the Director of the Census forthwith to conduct a survey to compile registration and voting statistics: (i) in every State or political subdivision with respect to which the prohibitions of section 10303(a) of this title are in effect, for every statewide general election for Members of the United States House of Representatives after January 1, 1974; and (ii) in every State or political subdivision for any election designated by the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Such surveys shall only include a count of citizens of voting age, race or color, and national origin, and a determination of the extent to which such persons are registered to vote and have voted in the elections surveyed.
(2) The district courts of the United States shall have jurisdiction of proceedings instituted under this chapter, which shall be heard and determined by a court of three judges in accordance with section 2284 of title 28, and any appeal shall lie to the Supreme Court. It shall be the duty of the judges designated to hear the case to assign the case for hearing and determination thereof, and to cause the case to be in every way expedited.
Color me shocked. While 'Every Which Way But Loose' also featured a lossless audio track, it didn't come close to matching what's on display with its sequel, as the DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 track sounds better than most 1980 films I've ever heard. Sure, there's a distinct lack of bass in the soundtrack, which can be slightly upsetting, but every single punch has a little thump behind it, vehicles and noises constantly locate in one channel or another, with proper directionality, and there isn't a prioritization issue to be heard. Rears get a ridiculous amount of activity, with lots of random ambience, even if it can fade out prematurely. Dynamics can be a bit questionable at times, but all things considered, 'Any Which Way You Can' is a solid effort from Warner in the audio department, worthy of the praise it's getting here.
I have a MKV video I want to convert to MP4, but every which way I try and convert it (Handbrake, WinFF, FFmpeg, MEncoder,...) I lose the video's subtitles. How can I convert the video, keeping the subtitles, or add a subtitles .srt?
TAREK: [subtitles] When we saw on the internet the story of the child, Aylan, it stirred the emotion of every human who has a conscience. He was the kid stopping me from going by sea.
TAREK: [subtitles] I send my greetings and thanks to this country. I would host all the Austrian people in my house. I would even leave my house and give it to someone from Austria. The duty is on every human being to help each other in this crisis. Put religion to the side. Humanity is more important.
During the film's virtual press conference, which Insider attended last month, Spielberg said, "it was out of respect that we didn't subtitle any of the Spanish. That language had to exist in equal proportions alongside the English with no help."
Am I able to modify any video metadata after Tweeting? Modifications to geo-restrictions and subtitles settings will be applied to all Tweets in which the media is shared on Twitter, even retroactively. However, title, description, category, call-to-action, and embedding settings cannot be changed for an existing Tweet -- any changes made to these settings will be reflected in any new Tweets created with that media.
Regardless of which Apple TV show I am watching whether it be Tehran or Truth about 60 seconds after I press play the subtitles disappear. If I exit out of the shell or out of the Apple TV app and re-enter and press play again once again for about 60 seconds it will display the close captions. This does not necessarily matter in his show in which I understand the language, but it does matter when I watch Tehran. How do I fix this problem? It only happens in my Apple TV app.
Same issue. Sony Bravia TV with Apple TV app. I enable regular English subtitles for all programs due to hearing issues. With the Invasion series, the English subtitles for English-speaking characters work consistently. But the Japanese to English translations for characters speaking Japanese disappear in the middle of dialogue. If I reset everything the Japanese translation subtitles come back, but only for a few moments. Very annoying.
If you have to turn off subtitles every time you watch a Kids TV show or movie, play a title with a maturity rating of Teens or above set to your preferred subtitle language. This will save your settings for future viewing.
However, if you want to include text on your video, as users favor videos without sound on social medias, Clipchamp is not the best video accessibility solution. This is where subtitles come in : they help you spread your message to every type of audience.
Hardcode subtitles, also known as, "burned-in subtitles, or forced subtitles", means burning the subtitle stream onto the video, so the subtitles become part of the video which can be viewed without the requirement for subtitle plugins.
That's quite different from the said burn-in subtitles which have no requirement for subtitle plugins and are there for good. Therefore, if you want to enjoy the video with subtitles on computers, mobile phones, TVs, and anywhere freely and keep the subs perfectly and permanently shown on those devices, be sure hardcode subtitles to your videos.
Go to the Summary section, and unfold the Format tab to select a desired output container formats from MP4, MKV. Why you shouldn't choose WebM? It doesn't support of hardcode subtitles at all. If you need MOV, AVI, and other file formats, then better goes with VideoProc Vlogger which is much more compatible.
Click Next. Now VLC media player begin to add subtitles to your videos permanently. This process takes minutes to hours depending on the original and output file size and formats. Warm note: don't close the program before everything gets finished.
No matter which system is used, you can add subtitles to mp4, mov or other videos as long as you turn to the add subtitles to video app. Now, is it possible to complete this task without installing software?
22-301. Brake equipment required. (a) "Driveaway or towaway operation" defined.- "Driveaway or towaway operation" means any operation in which any motor vehicle, trailer, or semitrailer, singly or in combination, new or used, is the commodity being transported, when one set or more of wheels of the vehicle are on the roadway during the transportation, whether or not the vehicle furnishes the motive power. (b) In general.- Every motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, and pole trailer, and any combination of these vehicles, while operating on a highway in this State, shall be equipped with brakes in compliance with the requirements of this title. All the vehicles and combinations of vehicles shall be equipped with service brakes complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle and, except as provided in subsection (l) of this section, adequate to control the movement of and to stop and hold the vehicle under all conditions of loading, and on any grade incident to its operation. (c) Parking brakes; adequate.- (1) All the vehicles and combinations of vehicles, except motorcycles, shall be equipped with parking brakes adequate to hold the vehicle on any grade on which it is operated, under all conditions of loading, on a surface free from snow, ice, or loose material. (2) The parking brakes shall be capable of being applied in conformance with the foregoing requirements by the driver's muscular effort or by spring action or by equivalent means. Their operation may be assisted by the service brakes or other source of power, provided that failure of the service brake actuation system or other power assisting mechanism will not prevent the parking brakes from being applied in conformance with the foregoing requirements. (3) The parking brakes shall be so designed that when once applied they shall remain applied with the required effectiveness despite exhaustion of any source of energy or leakage of any kind. (4) The same brake drums, brake shoes and lining assemblies, brake shoe anchors and mechanical brake shoe actuation mechanism normally associated with the wheel brake assemblies may be used for both the service brakes and the parking brakes. If the means of applying the parking brakes and the service brakes are connected in any way, they shall be so constructed that failure of any one part does not leave the vehicle without operative brakes. (d) Brakes on all wheels.- Every vehicle shall be equipped with brakes acting on all wheels, except: (1) Trailers, semitrailers, or pole trailers of a registered gross weight not exceeding 3,000 pounds, provided that: (i) The total weight on and including the wheels of the trailer or trailers does not exceed 40 percent of the gross weight of the towing vehicle when connected to the trailer or trailers; and (ii) The combination of vehicles, consisting of the towing vehicle and its total towed load, is capable of complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle; (2) Trailers, semitrailers, or pole trailers of a registered gross weight exceeding 3,000 pounds and not exceeding 10,000 pounds that: (i) Have 2 or more axles; (ii) Are equipped with brakes acting on all wheels of at least 1 axle; and (iii) As part of a combination of vehicles, consisting of the towing vehicle and the total load, is capable of complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle; (3) Any vehicle being towed in driveaway or towaway operations, provided that the combination of vehicles is capable of complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle; (4) Trucks, truck tractors, and special mobile equipment manufactured before July 24, 1980 with three or more axles need not have brakes on the front wheels. However, the trucks and truck tractors must be capable of complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle; (5) The wheel of a sidecar attached to a motorcycle or to a motor-driven cycle, or the front wheel of a motor-driven cycle need not be equipped with brakes, provided that the motorcycle or motor-driven cycle is capable of complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle; and (6) Any vehicle equipped with at least 2 steerable axles need not have brakes on the wheels of 1 of the axles. However, the vehicle must be capable of complying with the performance requirements of 22-302 of this subtitle. (e) Automatic trailer brake application upon breakaway.- (1) Every trailer, semitrailer, and pole trailer equipped with air or vacuum actuated brakes, and every trailer, semitrailer, and pole trailer with a registered gross weight in excess of 10,000 pounds, manufactured or assembled after June 1, 1970, shall be equipped with brakes acting on all wheels and of a character to be applied automatically and promptly, and remain applied for at least 15 minutes on breakaway from the towing vehicle. (2) Every trailer, semitrailer, and pole trailer with a registered gross weight of more than 3,000 pounds and not more than 10,000 pounds, manufactured or assembled after June 1, 1970, shall be equipped with brakes acting on all wheels of at least 1 axle and of a character to be applied automatically and promptly, and remain applied for at least 15 minutes on breakaway from the towing vehicle. (f) Tractor brakes protected.- Every motor vehicle manufactured or assembled after June 1, 1970, and used to tow a trailer, semitrailer, or pole trailer equipped with brakes, shall be equipped with means for providing that, in case of breakaway of the towed vehicle, the towing vehicle will be capable of being stopped by the use of its service brakes. (g) Trailer air reservoirs safeguarded.- Air brake systems installed on trailers manufactured or assembled after June 1, 1970, shall be so designed that the supply reservoir used to provide air for the brakes is safeguarded against backflow of air from the reservoir through the supply line. (h) Two means of emergency brake operation.- (1) Air Brakes. After June 1, 1971, every towing vehicle, when used to tow another vehicle equipped with air controlled brakes, in other than driveaway or towaway operations, shall be equipped with two means for emergency application of the trailer brakes. One of these means shall apply the brakes automatically in the event of a reduction of the towing vehicle air supply to a fixed pressure, which shall be not lower than 20 pounds per square inch nor higher than 45 pounds per square inch. The other means shall be a manually controlled device for applying and releasing the brakes, readily operable by a person seated in the driving seat, and its emergency position or method of operation shall be clearly indicated. In no instance may the manual arrangement be arranged to permit its use to prevent operation of the automatic means. The automatic and the manual means required by this section may be, but are not required to be, separate. (2) Vacuum Brakes. After June 1, 1970, every towing vehicle used to tow other vehicles equipped with vacuum brakes, in operations other than driveaway or towaway operations, shall have, in addition to the single control device required by subsection (i) of this section, a second control device that can be used to operate the brakes on towed vehicles in emergencies. The second control shall be independent of brake air, hydraulic, and other pressure, and independent of other controls, unless the braking system is so arranged that failure of the pressure on which the second control depends will cause the towed vehicle brakes to be applied automatically. The second control is not required to provide modulated braking. (i) Single control to operate all brakes.- Except as provided in subsection (l) of this section, after June 1, 1971, every motor vehicle, trailer, semitrailer, and pole trailer, and every combination of these vehicles, except motorcycles, equipped with brakes shall have the braking system so arranged that one control device can be used to operate all service brakes. This requirement does not prohibit vehicles from being equipped with an additional control device to be used to operate brakes on the towed vehicles. This regulation does not apply to driveaway or towaway operations unless the brakes on the individual vehicles are designed to be operated by a single control on the towing vehicle, nor does it apply to the operation of electric trailer brakes. (j) Reservoir capacity and check valve.- (1) Air Brakes. Every bus, truck, or truck tractor with air operated brakes shall be equipped with at least one reservoir sufficient to insure that, when fully charged to the maximum pressure as regulated by the air compressor governor cut-out setting, a full service brake application may be made without lowering the reservoir pressure by more than 20 percent. Each reservoir shall be provided with means for readily draining accumulated oil or water. (2) Vacuum Brakes. After June 1, 1971, every truck with three or more axles equipped with vacuum assistor type brakes and every truck tractor and truck used for towing a vehicle equipped with vacuum brakes shall be equipped with a reserve capacity or a vacuum reservoir sufficient to insure that, with the reserve capacity or reservoir fully charged and with the engine stopped, a full service brake application may be made without depleting the vacuum supply by more than 40 percent. (3) Reservoir Safeguarded. All motor vehicles, trailers, semitrailers, and pole trailers, when equipped with air or vacuum reservoirs or reserve capacity as required by this section, shall have reservoirs or reserve capacity so safeguarded by a check valve or equivalent device that, in the event of failure or leakage in its connection to the source of compressed air or vacuum, the stored air or vacuum is not depleted by the leak or failure. (k) Warning devices.- (1) Air Brakes. Every bus, truck, or truck tractor using compressed air for the operation of its own brakes or the brakes on any towed vehicle, shall be provided with a warning signal, other than a pressure gauge, readily audible or visible to the driver, which will operate at any time that the air reservoir pressure of the vehicle is below 50 percent of the air compressor governor cut-out pressure. In addition, the vehicle shall be equipped with a pressure gauge visible to the driver, which indicates in pounds per square inch the pressure available for braking. (2) Vacuum Brakes. After June 1, 1971, every truck tractor and truck used for towing a vehicle equipped with vacuum operated brakes and every truck with three or more axles using vacuum in the operation of its brakes, except those in driveaway or towaway operations, shall be equipped with a warning signal, other than a gauge indicating vacuum, readily audible or visible to the d