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I know this is an old thread, but there's an easier way and the resolution is better... copy your equation, and then do a Paste Special... when the Paste Special box comes up, select Picture...


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Try this command. It is worked for me. -y -i /storage/emulated/0/images.jpg -i /storage/emulated/0/audio.wav -acodec aac -vcodec mpeg4 -s 480*320 -f mp4 -r 2 /storage/emulated/0/output.mp4"


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Features I liked about Just Color Picker: It's free. It's portable (no installation is needed). Supports many color formats (HTML, RGB, HEX, HSB/HSV, HSL, CMYK and Delphi). Has hotkey and autocopy options.


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This also works if you copy an image that is embedded in a document (e.g. OneNote or Word) to the clipboard: 1. Open Paint program. 2. Paste the clipboard. 3. Do a Save As to save the file as a jpg (for example) or any other listed format.


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Just add the sender to the safe senders list under junk mail. Now the pictures will show in print preview and will actually print.


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Solved this by right clicking the small bottom portion and that is actually shown. Select format picture. Go to layout tab and select square. make sure you've created enough white space for the image.


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Here is a general bash script that takes in a path to a folder of images, and outputs a crossfade video with ffmpeg: https://gist.github.com/anguyen8/d0630b6aef6c1cd79b9a1341e88a573e


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I would look at the original image to verify what u see in the pdf is actually part of the image - which it appears to b. then look at the image format in word to see if it has been altered, cropped, whatever.


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The pdftk (PDF toolkit) program allows you to combine multiple PDF files into one big output pdf file. $ pdftk in1.pdf in2.pdf in3.pdf cat output big_out.pdf


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Adobe Acrobat can do this natively (I'm using Acrobat DC on Win 10; I doubt the Acrobat Reader can do this but I have not checked). Just open the multi-page TIFF in Acrobat then save as TIFF under a new name - it will add "_nnn" numbered suffixes as one might hope it would. Ridiculous that Photoshop won't do the same.



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