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Never mind, I realized you can use winrar to open the ISO and extract the boot.wim and the install.wim.


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Firstly I do not believe that Adobe Photoshop supports any type of image processing algorithm to point out or find any particular part of the image automatically. So, finding eyes would be the first challenge then finding similarities would be more complicated. If the photos are not many (in number) you would have apply better control in order to achieve an ...


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In our sister site StackOverflow you can read something similar to [1] for /L %%I in (0,1,100) do ( wget "http://download/img%%I.png" sleep 1 ) Under Linux, you can use the same construct or, for example, seq 0 1 100 | awk '{printf("wget http://download/img%d.png\n",$1)}'| /bin/sh Notes: If you use %3.3d instead of %d you will obtain ...


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PHOTOSHOP! Open the PDF in Photoshop. (Using Photoshop CC on Windows 7) Launch Photoshop. Select File/Open (or Command/Control-O). The "Open" dialogue box will pop up. Select the PDF and click OK/Enter. The "Import PDF" dialogue box will pop up. IMPORTANT - under "Select", click the "Images" radio button. All of the images will appear! Select the image you ...


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If the URL is in C1, this will put the image in B1 (tested in Excel 2003 and 2013 by me): Sub Test() Dim Pic As Picture Application.ScreenUpdating = False With ActiveSheet.Range("C1") Set Pic = .Parent.Pictures.Insert(.Value) With .Offset(, -1) Pic.Top = .Top Pic.Left = .Left Pic.Height = ...


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Try ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -r 1 -q:v 1 -qmax 1 output_%01d.jpg If not good enough, use ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -r 1 output_%01d.bmp and use another JPEG encoder.


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Because of how GIFs work, the more complicated the palette, the resulting gif becomes larger pretty quickly. I would use GIMP to optimize the resulting GIF from #2 - not 100% sure how it works, but think it basically deletes duplicate information from one frame to the next. GIMP Screenshot


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Another option is to first insert a text box and then insert just paste the picture in there. The picture will get the size of the text box. This works well when you are inserting pictures in table cells as well. Just draw a text box object inside a cell. Copy the text box to other cells if you need more and than paste the pictures.


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For anyone wondering, if you get a black background color on a copied PNG file even when opening it manually, try checking if there isn't an alpha channel. Seems like depending on which software was used to make the PNG, the transparency is sometimes kept as it inside the layers, but some other time, it's kept in an alpha channel. A trick when it's in the ...


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hack it from this command line that extract every keyframe, to a jpg with constant width in the same ratio of the image ffmpeg -threads 4 -i my_movie.mp4 -vf "select=eq(pict_type\,I)" -vsync vfr -filter:v scale=560:-1,crop=iw:ih*0.75 -q:v 3 -qscale:v 3 out%05d.jpg this way your ratio of 560/420 will kept without images get distorted, since every overhead ...


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This issue appears when a PNG is saved with indexed color in CS5 and below. Photoshop cannot properly display PNG files that have indexed color for transparency because of the way the transparency data is embedded in the alpha palette versus being stored in a separate alpha mask. The result is Photoshop reading the RGB components of each indexed color and ...


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I opened my image with "Paint" and then I saved it as a .bmp and it had a message that popped up saying "by saving this image you will lose your transparency". When I saved it, the background turned white!


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A TIFF file is a high quality Tagged Image File Format - further reading here. It can have several "pages" and has support for layers, similar to a PDF. There are many image applications that can open TIFF files. You can open it in Windows XP using Windows Picture and Fax Viewer. There are many solutions for converting a TIFF to PDF as well as editing, ...


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Imagemagick is a complex tool with a lot of options. In the example you posted it seems that to the first image is superimposed (overlapped) a copy flipped with some transparency level. All actions that you can do at the price of a complicate commandline. Let's suppose, for sake of simplicity, that you have just ready the two images. Give it a look to ...



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