File:Män och maskiner 1936.ogv

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Män_och_maskiner_1936.ogv(Ogg multiplexed audio/video file, Theora/Vorbis, length 15 min 41 s, 720 × 544 pixels, 663 kbps overall)

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English: Election campaign movie of the Swedish conservatives, 1936. To fit the 100 MB limit and to play smoothly, the quality has been somewhat reduced in conversion by the command: ffmpeg2theora -V 600
Svenska: Allmänna valmansförbundets (högerns) valfilm 1936. För att kunna laddas upp inom 100 MB-gränsen och för att spela smidigt, har kvaliteten försämrats något i konverteringen med kommandot: ffmpeg2theora -V 600
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Source Filmarkivet.se
Author Förberg-Film för Allmänna valmansförbundet
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current14:46, 16 February 201115 min 41 s, 720 × 544 (74.41 MB)LA2 (talk | contribs)Encoded with: ffmpeg2theora -V 600
21:53, 15 February 201115 min 41 s, 720 × 544 (86.44 MB)LA2 (talk | contribs)== {{int:filedesc}} == ==Summary== {{Information |Description ={{sv|1=Allmänna valmansförbundets (högerns) valfilm 1936. För att kunna laddas upp inom 100 MB-gränsen, har kvaliteten försämrats något i konverteringen med kommandot: ffmpeg2the

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