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ffmpeg treat GIFs as movies, not a single images. Always. Therefore we have to concat videostreams instead of batching the frames. Here is the solution: ffmpeg -f concat -i filelist.txt -c:v libx264 mymovie.mp4 filelist.txt accordingly to the ffmpeg manual should be the next format: # some comment file '/path/img000001.gif' file '/path/img000002.gif' ...


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Well, I found one potential solution. R2V is an image manipulation tool by Able Software. It has the image warping functionality I'm looking for to rectify two images, but the price list puts it at US$795, so I think I'll keep looking for a freeware solution...


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You can run it with find: find images/path -type f -name '*.png' -exec sips -Z 1024 {} \; Find will search for files (-type f), with png extension (-name '*.png') inside 'images/path' directory and exec the command in parameter, replacing "{}" with the filename, you need to end the command with "\;".


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Dell Client System Update The Dell Client System Update (DCSU) application provides update capabilities for Dell™ OptiPlex™, Latitude™ and Dell Precision™ client platforms. DCSU is locally installed on the target system. It includes support for retrieving and installing updates for BIOS, drivers, and system software released by Dell. Dell ...


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I ended up having to write a custom Python script which you can find here. Here's the important part. #Load the raw file f = open(filename,'rb') # switch to command line args later #Because the byte order is weird a = f.read(1) b = f.read(1) #First line is rows rows = int((b+a).encode('hex'), 16) a = f.read(1) b = f.read(1) #Second line is columns cols = ...


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[Update: I'm not entirely convinced that Preview is using the JustASlide slideshow settings. It might be using another preset, or something entirely unrelated. If I set the value lower, say to 1, it doesn't seem to move as quickly as I'd expect.] I had this same question and couldn't find an obvious answer online. sameers' answer provided enough detail to ...


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If you have an image editing software like Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, try opening the file in that and make a minor adjustment (nothing that will change the picture drastically). Then SAVE AS the photo back to the same location, overwriting the original file. In many cases, it will properly write the data that was missing from the original corrupt ...


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The best I've used is "iFile" and/or "pc netowrking". It's an app in the cydia store though so you'd have to jailbreak. Jailbreaking and the things you can do with it is really becoming a simple and wonderful thing though now a days.


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I'm assuming you want to access images on a shared folder on Windows Try FileExplorer (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/fileexplorer-free/id510282524) FileExplorer will scan the network then show the available PC's then open your file. For me loading time isn't incredibly fast but acceptable. If you’re looking for another iOS app that can access these types ...


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Try to make a: Norton Ghost Bootable USB


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One thing you can try is to do CSS overrides of background colors on pages to make them darker. However, consider that the problem is relatively unique to you rather than an Internet-wide ongoing issue of images being too dark, and this suggests your monitor may have a slightly odd color response. Some graphics drivers come with color adjustment preferences ...


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There is an online converter here: http://tappedoutmods.tk/rgb-png.html


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I would recommend looking at this question here, but to summarize the part I used to do the same thing is: pdftops -eps filename.pdf


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You can reset the virtual canvas coordinates by doing +repage after the crop: convert %1 -crop 100x200+0+0 +repage %~n1_01.png convert %1 -crop 100x200+0+200 +repage %~n1_02.png convert %1 -crop 100x200+0+400 +repage %~n1_03.png convert %1 -crop 100x200+0+600 +repage %~n1_04.png Also you don't need a batch file to split the image into tiles; if you ...


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try either WinImage or a linux distro maybe a live CD/DVD or virtual machine.


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There's no general directory of file type specs, and some of them are not publically documented. JPEG PNG and GIF are, however: JPEG, file layout is on page 5. PNG, file structure starts on page 12. GIF, this one is not as well-written. The "header" section will tell you what the start of the file means, the rest is scattered in the previous sections. ...


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Here is a site that explains the specifications and characteristics of several different codecs. Codec Central


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It's called progressive loading. For .JPG, save file as "Progressive JPEG" and that's it. Progressive .jpegs when downloading, show at full size but blurry until fully downloaded.


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I think the profile pictures are saved and compressed into another format just for performance purposes and to improve the boot process. The boot process should be as fast as possible, without losing precious time due to a 8 MB high quality profile picture. I think there's no way to trick Windows to not use compression, unless you have the source code to ...


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send to background once the picture is properly aligned, its a way around locking it.


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You don't say what extension you'd like to rename them to, but this is easily done. Fire up registry editor and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Classes\.tif With the .tif key highlighted, click File -> Export and export the key to a .reg file. Open the .reg file in Notepad and replace the .tif in key names with whatever extension you want. Import the .reg ...


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I think it has nothing to do with the images, but with the software used to view them - both formats (PNG/BMP) are raster graphics: In computer graphics, a raster graphics image, or bitmap, is a dot matrix data structure representing a generally rectangular grid of pixels, or points of color, viewable via a monitor, paper, or other display medium. ...


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For windows 8 you can launch this vbs file: https://gist.github.com/raveren/ab475336cc69879a378b Or use this autohotkey script: http://www.autohotkey.com/board/topic/111813-open-current-wallpaper-under-mouse-in-windows-8/ Both created by me.


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The problem is with png only. When gimp saves to jpg, tiff or something else there aren't any error. There is a bug for this https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/35363 I tried the workaround from this link and it helped me Menu - Image - Mode - Convert to Color Profile ... Then just click "Convert" to convert it to "RGB workspace (sRGB built-in)" ...



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