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ImageMagick (Open Source) has a great set of command line utilities for doing just this sort of thing. Try convert {filename.jpg} -colors 2 -compress none {filename.pbm} This will give you a plaintext portable bitmap file that starts P1 {width} {height} and then contains the binary bitmap data.


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For various needs, I have deployed and tested various opensource digital asset management systems in the past. I also looked at ResourceSpace. In the end, the best I found was Entermedia's for an all round very good system that does not tie you to very rigid workflows. It is a really flexible system with sufficient built in features to get up and running ...


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Here is a little script that should do the trick: #!/bin/bash dirs=$(find . -type f -name "*.tiff" | xargs dirname |sort -u) for d in $dirs; do #ls $d/*.tiff # just debug info, should list all desired tiffs #echo $(cut -d/ -f3 <<<$d) # debug info, should be desired output file name convert $d/*.tiff $(cut -d/ -f3 <<<$d).pdf ...


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What you need to do is create a second layer with the same color as the background. Place this layer behind your image, and then set the layer with your image to be Multiply. This will make both blend without any visual problems. I'm not sure if paint.net supports these actions with layers, but both Adobe Photoshop and Jasc Paintshop Pro will do this without ...


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you need to edit the photo with a photo editor e.g. Photoshop or Paint.NET. There is a tool in both of them called Magic Wand, then use it to select the white space and press DEL. The procedure in a video, HERE.


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I have a similar problem where the image fails around 60%. Like you, I have nearly a terrabyte free and there are no quota management features enabled on the servers. I'm using Windows PE4 32bit booted off a flash drive and the latest version of DISM. The added complication is that I'm capturing to a DFS enabled share. Usually re-capturing the image ...


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Here is what I needed To add constant offset to old date exiv2 ad -a -3:17 *.JPG To rename into %Y%m%d_%H%M%S exiv2 mv *.JPG Other formats and options are specified in man pages.


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You can achieve this in Firefox. If you browser to about:config and set the permissions.default.image option to 2 it will stop loading images. See http://kb.mozillazine.org/Permissions.default.image


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Go to: chrome://settings/ Show advanced settings Content settings Under images select Do not show any images


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This is a great option: JUploader - Cross-platform, java-based uploading tool to get photos off of your hard drive and up to Flickr easily. Works like a charm, but looks dated and doesn't look pretty. Who cares - it works! Alternatively, you may use the Flickr D&D Uploader. I've noticed it to be rather slow, plus depending on browser - it might not ...


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Easily done with a script like the following. It pretty much does what you want but you will need to make modifications to the source to handle your particular naming convention. https://pypi.python.org/pypi/flickrsmartsync Your events or places will become sets or tags. Then you will able to search them easily.


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In the master template I've placed a vector image of our company logo on the slide as a .png image file. Then it's not a vector image. Why not insert a vector image instead? What compression settings do I need to watch out for? PowerPoint compresses images by default. Before adding images to any presentation, first go to ...


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What you're looking for is called a Content Management System. There are free open-source CMS systems you can install. By what you're desribing, a blog system might work too. Here's my list of suggestions: 1. Wordpress (blog system with easy update system and installing addons using the website) 2. Joomla (CMS system with many options, update ...


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There are 2 ways to approach this problem. Create a form with all the controls on it, including the image (this would be the easiest way) Place an image control directly on the excelsheet, along with other controls (this is prone to users causing to delete the content. If you go for option 1, From VBA, create a new form and draw your controls on there. ...


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There is a nice tool that can be used to avoid pdf extraction-related issues. You can find it on www.sumnotes.net I used it extensively at university for my thesis and I was really satisfied. It saves a lot of time and efforts. With sumnotes you can extract notes, highlights, and images Enjoy it! Bye :)


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Well, After a long search for a solution I've dropped trying to replace the storage device. I've successfully copied software to several FDDs and created DOS virtual machine. I copied the software into the virtual drive and tried running it. It failed to start as part of the software is refusing to run on a hard drive that has a different serial number than ...


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Although I have been doing some research of this problem too, I have not found anything as good as Irfan. That is still an app I envy to the Windows users. Now I use geeqie, eog (eye of gnome) or gthumb, it depends on the actual Desktop Environment. And I do all editting in GIMP. It is not ideal, but it is quite good.


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Give CCleaner another try. Under advanced, check off "Wipe free space". This will write over all the free space on your drive with zeroes, which should accomplish what you're trying to do. It will take quite a long time, but should get the job done.


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Use a utility to write the drive with a pattern regardless of anything. That is write the drive with all 0's, or all 1's, or 01010101, etc. You would need to boot from USB, CD, or other disk to do this unless you know the physical location of the files and could partition around the files and write the pattern to the partition only.


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The Windows built-in Disk Cleanup utility can clear out a surprising amount of space, especially if you go to the "More Options" tab and select "Clean up..." under "System Restore and Shadow Copies".


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Securely deleting files gets quite difficult with modern filesystems, since they don't do dumb block allocation like FAT32. Instead, rather sophisticated allocation strategies are used, which has the effect that overwriting an existing file doesn't necessarily mean that you're overwriting the old allocated block, but eventually complete others. If you ...


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Are you sure of your diagnosis that the PDF file is large because of the presence of "many transparent layers"? It seems to me it could be the sheer number of objects, in your example you have 200x100 pairs of coordinates, PDF is 1.2 MB, so you are complaining that each pair of coordinate is using up 60 B. At some stage and for some target resolution ...


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There are plenty of guides for that. Two that stand out are: Lifehacker: How to Create a Custom Windows Installation DVD or USB Install HowToGeek: How To Create a Customized Windows 7 Installation Disc With Integrated Updates Both use RT7Lite tool used for customization of Windows 7 images.


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From what I know MKV is a container, you need to use compression for the video stream, like this: ffmpeg -r 1/5 -i img%03d.png -c:v libx264 -r 30 -pix_fmt yuv420p out.mp4 In this example each image will have a duration of 5 seconds (the inverse of 1/5 frames per second). The video stream will have a framerate of 30 fps by duplicating the frames ...



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