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Imagemagick's mogrifycan do this Your original (I converted it to BMP as it was PNG in SuperUser) mogrify -format png -transparent #00ffff *bmp You can also convert colours at the same time mogrify -format png -fill grey -opaque #FF00FF -transparent #00ffff *bmp Your image's shadow has an anti-aliased edge using colours like #FF96FF which ...


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Word/Mac can import all of the most popular graphics formats: GIF PNG JPEG TIFF BMP EPS PICT and more http://word.mvps.org/faqs/drwgrphcs/graphicformats.htm https://support.office.com/client/Graphic-file-types-you-can-insert-and-save-dad53574-3384-4ced-b472-348d37c326a7


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Make sure that the image you are copying to is in RGB color mode - it was most likely in indexed mode with a limited set of colors.


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Well, you may try opening this image with some other photo editing software. Sometimes this may result due to the incompatibility between the image and image editing software. If that works , great! Otherwise try using some image repair software available online. For Jpeg images, try Jpeg Repair Software.


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don't listen to all these guys about jpegs or to small formats, it has nothing to do with all of this. Just when you have pushed ctrl+T look at interpolation on the top of your screen next to the boxes where you can fill in wide and height and angle. in the box next to interpolation it probably said 'nearest neighbour' just choose any of the other options ...


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You can turn off picture compression. In Microsoft PowerPoint 2013, this can be done as follows: Click the File tab. Under Help, click Options, and then click Advanced. Next to Image Size and Quality, click the file that you want to turn off picture compression for. Under Image Size and Quality, select the Do not compress images in file check box. Note ...


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Try to change the "Display Settings" of the Primary and Secondary monitors. Go to Display Properties > Settings tab > Now choose the Primary and Secondary monitors to show the images. Also, you can flip your monitors around, change the display resolution, orientation and other settings. Or, Try "Ultramon" to flip the monitors. It provides number useful ...


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Well, it can be done, but there is no simple solution. One way to do it is to call font dialogue on the picture and lower it by fixed offset. You would need to guess the value though. And if you change the size of the picure or font later you would need to readjust. Here is a quick howto: Position picture inline Type space before or after the picture ...


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Have you tried View -> Extra Large Icons? This displays preview images larger than 200 * 200 on my machine. The following images show the difference on my machine between View -> Tiles and View -> Extra large icons: View -> Tiles View -> Extra large icons "I would also like to see details like file name, type and size as in tiles" To see the image ...


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Q: How can I tag a file during browsing? A: See the Hotkeys help file page. Tag a file with X, untag with SHIFT+X, use SHIFT+Q to show all tagged files in Thumbnails window. From the Official Irfanview FAQ


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Adding on to @Dean's answer, the "Send to Background" option is under the "Arrange" submenu in the image's context menu (i.e. right-click menu). After you do it, the behaviour depends on how it's anchored. The image seems to be anchored not just by its top-left corner, but also by its bottom-right corner. If the bottom-right corner is inside the same ...


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I noticed that your pictures are served over an https: link (which is good). This slipstick.com article suggests your problem can be solved by disabling the Do not save encrypted pages to disk option in Internet Explorer's Advanced settings dialog: In IE go to Internet Options-Advanced; look under Security for Do not save encrypted files to disk. ...


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Posting the comment by @DanLugg as an answer, as it is the most convenient IMHO: Right-click on the image and Copy Image URL from the browser. In Photoshop choose File->Open (ctrl-o) and paste the URL into the filename portion of the dialog. Photoshop/Windows will download the URL to a temporary file and open it.


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Is this because I am trying to mount an image created for a different architecture? No, it's because you're trying to mount an image that doesn't look like any mountable filesystem in the first place. It's a whole disk image – it starts with a MBR partition table, and only then has some number partitions containing filesystems, each of which would ...


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I am pretty sure that there is no way to make Inkscape do what you want (but given the nature of this statement, I cannot back this up in any way). The following things might help you though: Unless your raster image has to be positioned very precisely, you can position your manually cropped raster image easily by leaving the old image and positioning the ...


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Using diskpart (as described here) worked for me. In a nutshell: diskpart list disk select disk (disk no) clean create partition primary You need to be very careful at the second and third steps to make sure you've chosen the correct disk.


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If you are looking to configure this manually, you can prepare scripts and run them during deployment with the FirstLogonCommands setting in an answer file. With that said, why configure the deployment manually when tools like the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) or ConfigMgr, as Haplo suggested, are designed to perform these tasks? Since you already ...


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The terms don't necessarily have universal definitions and are often used in different ways. Resolution originates from a definition of how closely two lines or elements of an image can be and still be resolved visually (good explanation here). It is usually used in the context of density--pixels or dots per unit. So Resolution Unit is the unit of ...


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Resolution Unit: Resolution unit is nothing but the physical quantifier of the image in mm, inch etc. Resolution: Resolution is sometimes identified by the width and height of the image in pixels Width and height: Combination of width and height is know as resolution. Pixels Per Unit: Number of lines in image per height. Pixel Units : Number of lines ...


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For Windows user, I will recommend freepic2pdf, http://www.comicer.com/stronghorse/software/#FreePic2Pdf. It is from a Chinese Programmer, so there is no readme in English. But the author provided an English version. I think it is even more powerful than some commercial one. Here is some features I translated from its Chinese readme with the help of ...


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I get really good results from using Picasa or GoPro-studio. I'm busy with a video to journal me building a surfboard using these tools. A work in progress have been posted on my profile to YouTube (search for "Surfbordbou" - I'm not allowed more than 2 links per post yet) Picasa's movie maker is really easy to use, it's 2 clicks and you've got your ...


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Annoying example where I forgot it was going to loop so I didn't add an initial fade in. This is not as trivial as you would probably expect, but it is definitely possible. Example of one method: ffmpeg \ -loop 1 -i input0.png \ -loop 1 -i input1.png \ -loop 1 -i input2.png \ -loop 1 -i input3.png \ -loop 1 -i input4.png \ -filter_complex \ ...


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for transparent try c=none. ffmpeg -i mersyvideo.mp4 -i avatar.jpg -filter_complex "[1:v] rotate=- 30*PI/180:c=none:ow=rotw(iw):oh=roth(ih) [rotate];[0:v][rotate] overlay=40:10" -codec:a copy output/overlayavatar.mp4


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The Magic wand is your friend. I could supply you with a completed PNG but I'd rather show you how to do it Things of note? Use the contiguous not global setting. Play with the tolerances - I went with 70 percent to knock some of the antialising off. I picked a larger area to work on but you can/should just zoom in when working. Having a black background ...



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