Video-recording apps that don't warn you when audio or video or both aren't actually producing any output to the file.

Like, if the file is 264 bytes and never changes, that should be a red flag that the user might want to know about. Also, if the output file is zero bytes and never changes. That's probably also bad.

Lookin' atchoo, 8.6.1.

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@woozle Maybe you wanted your input devices to be all be /dev/null? Who are we to judge?

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