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The issue is not with the exchange server itself, it's with the outlook text editor. Anytime an image is modified using the outlook editor, it will get automatically converted into a JPEG once sent. But unaltered pngs that are pasted inline will be preserved, both in sending and receiving emails from outlook. Here's a simple test of emails sent through ...


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Open your image in any photo editor, zoom out, then pick it with any screen capture device. At least you are guaranteed an image with good resolution - Man Miyo


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This is how you do it: Go to the page with the visual, take a look at the source code via your browser, then search for the term 'JPG". You'll see many jpg links here in the code. The one you need, ends on "normalized.jpg" For example: https://d32dm0rphc51dk.cloudfront.net/ecWm__enxZZAp8LS3rqbfg/normalized.jpg Copy and past the link in a new window, and ...


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Dithering is clearer and more fax-like than a threshold cutoff: convert <input> -monochrome <output> For a less contrasty but more information-preserving kind of dithering, use: convert <input> -remap pattern:gray50 <output> (Docs)


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I usually extract images by opening the pdf files in Adobe Illustrator and then copy and pasting them into InDesign. The resolution preserves.


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ok, apparently FFMPEG does support name globing, from ffmpeg.org/wik ffmpeg also supports bash-style globbing (* represents any number of any characters). This is useful if your images are sequential but not necessarily in a numerically sequential order as in the previous examples. ffmpeg -framerate 1 -pattern_type glob -i '*.jpg' -c:v libx264 ...


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If you are on Unix/Linux, this bash script line will rename a directory of image files to a series of sequential names that will work with ffmpeg. Basically it creates an in memory buffer of all the existing filenames, and then loops thru each name, moving them to an incrementally numbered name (in the same directory. x=1; for i in *jpg; do ...


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You can't easily do this in Adobe Acrobat - as one of the other posters said, you could "edit object" for each page's image, but that's not so nice. I spent hours trying to figure out how to rotate the pdf file by .70 degrees, and didn't want to "rotate object" for all 40 pages, and didn't want to place every page in InDesign and rotate it. You can hardly ...


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You can use this https://addons.mozilla.org/pt-pt/firefox/addon/downthemall/ extension. You're prompted if you want to overwrite the first time but you can select a dropdown option to remember the setting. If your format must be met, this won't work for you, since it has the format "filename_001,filename_002" and i believe you can't change it.


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I have had to this a couple of times for a background you don't want noobs messing with. 795 x 1123 jpg worked for me on A4 in word. When using Fill ->picture function.


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If you have Acrobat pro this is by far the simplest way to take a snapshot of high resolution (set it how high you want). In preferences/general check the box that says 'use fixed resolution for snapshot tool' and set the resolution to your liking e.g., 300ppi or even higher. Then take a snapshot (tools/select & zoom/snapshot tool) and it will copy a ...


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Because you are talking about a Raster image then there is no easy way for a plugin to know the size of fonts etc. Specctr works because each element has it's specifications if it's just pixels it's much harder for a plugin to identify image components.


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How big is your USB drive? From my experience, if your USB drive is big enough and recognised as a HDD by Windows, it is possible for Windows to handle more than one partition on a USB drive. Anyway, I don't know if this trully has something to do with the USB drive's storage size, I also heard that it is about the ports which makes Windows recognise your ...


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You can use ImageMagick, which I think comes pre-installed on macs. You just run: convert -delay 20 -loop 0 nonloopingImage.gif loopingImage.gif


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Windows can't handle more than one partition on a USB stick, so I'd leave well alone & buy a new stick for your NTFS drive.


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I solved the problem by using Ghostscript instead of Imagemagick: gs -dNOPAUSE -dBATCH -sDEVICE=jpeg -dJPEGQ=90 -r117 -dTextAlphaBits=4 -tGraphicsAlphaBits=4 -sOutputFile="progit-%03d.jpg" "progit.pdf" The resulting images consume a lot less memory now, and the image quality is awesome.


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I am currently having this very problem. This is a safe for work—well it’s a silly comic— example of an affected blog. If found however that the problem happened only in Chrome for me. After a while, I realized that the cause of the issue was the extension “HTTPS Everywhere.” When I installed it in Firefox, I had the same problem there too. And actually, if ...


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I think they used to have a policy like that, but it's no longer the case according to their support pages: How long do you keep the images? Forever! An image is only removed if deletion is requested. However, note that you're limited to a fixed amount of images per account (increasing over time), unless you're paying for "Imgur Pro".


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Had the same problem. I used Google docs instead of Word and it printed fine. It is certainly a problem with Word 2010. Change your version or use another word editor Cheers


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I’ve noticed this behavior more while on my mobile carrier, T-Mobile. I'm thinking this is some sort of traffic shaping based off of image size or some carrier built “difficulty metric” in retreaving said item. In previous testing—over a year ago—I’ve then shared the broken post to a friend who has Verizon, and the image loads fine. While I can’t test this ...


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@romainl is right, but I want to give his answer a different spin. Vim supports editing a vast set of different file types. Though it can open binary files (which most images are encoded in), it is predominantly used to edit text files. That's where Vim's editing capabilities shine and enable very efficient editing. So, though many file formats are edited ...


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No. Vim is a text editor; as such it only deals with raw text and is not capable of embedding images or sound files or whatever. You should try something like EverNote or OneNote instead.


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UPDATE: It seems the core issue with images not loading stemmed from the way the EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere plugin/extension handled some Tumblr URLs. The developer’s were notified and a fix appears to be in place. This answer basically breaks down the detective work done to uncover the issue as outlined by the initial question and could prove useful for further ...


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The freely downloadable tool TomoVision will work as a DICOM viewer. No installation needed, it's just a single .exe. It is normally meant as a viewer for about 50 non-DICOM, proprietary medical imaging formats, which can then be converted to DICOM with DICOMatic. However, it can also read DICOM as per its list of supported formats.


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Ffmpeg is a framework use to convert (encode or decode ) video from one format to another format. we can also use it for scaling and cropping image 1) Image Scaling 2) Cropping visit :-http://www.oodlestechnologies.com/blogs/Crop-and-scale-image-using-ffmpeg


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I use Mac OS X—currently 10.9 (Mavericks)—and I like to use ExifTool for batch metadata operations like this. Have used it from Mac OS X 10.6 onwards and even on different flavors of Linux such as Ubuntu and it works great. As far as bulk scripting goes, I use this very simply Bash script that uses find to wipe all metadata from images; in this case JPEG ...


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I think wget can do that with some options. Please try wget -input-file=urls.txt --force-directories From the wget manual: --input-file=file Read URLs from a local or external file. If ‘-’ is specified as file, URLs are read from the standard input. (Use ‘./-’ to read from a file literally named ‘-’.) and --force-directories The opposite of ...


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If you want maximum computing speed while at your competition then I'd say that it'd be worth it to create a ghost image of your system drive and put a fresh image on for the event. After, you can just restore your image and be back like nothing happened without worrying about any of it at the event. If you want the absolute fastest VM then I'd have to give ...



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