SolEol – Un petit utilitaire bien pratique pour ne plus perdre de temps à trouver des sous titres
SolEol – Un petit utilitaire bien pratique pour ne plus perdre de temps à trouver des sous titres SolEol est un bon petit utilitaire qui tourne sous Mac, Windows et Linux et qui permet, simplement en glissant déposant un film sur l'icône appropriée, de télécharger automatiquement les sous-titres correspondants, dans la langue de votre choix. C'est pratique, rapide et SolEol propose même des fonctionnalités de renommage automatique des SRT. L'outil permet aussi d'uploader vos propres sous-titres sur OpenSubtitles.org. Bref, un outil en or ! Source et photo Vous avez aimé cet article ?
SolEol has been an ongoing pet project of mine to automate some tasks I do routinely regarding subtitle download and other video treatment. You can use it to download subtitles for Mac, Linux and Windows. I’ve been asked to share what I had and after some quick clean-up I’ve made just that. I’ve disabled the screens I know would be just too buggy for general use and focused on subtitle download alone. The tool has been designed on an Intel Mac and is compiled as a universal app, there are versions for Linux (with GTK+) Windows as well. –Download SolEol Changes in 1.5 – 20110404Second-to-last version before the big Cocoa re-write of 2012! Corrected naming preferences when only one subtitle is selected: Language should be included in the name or not depending on the user preference.Fixed By-name search in OpenSubtitles. Changes in 1.4.0 – 20120126Almost a major release but not quite there yet Carried over from 1.3.5, released one day before: Changes in 1.0 – 2011015Internal: Subtitle Download:
The German designer Christian Susana created an intelligent mobile home. It has a flexible living space with individually applicable multi-functional modules. Equipped with auto technology and modern amenities this RV can be a small car when you don’t need the RV and a whole RV when you actually need one.
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The Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (aka. Hi-SEAS) – a human spaceflight analog for Mars located on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano in Hawaii – just kicked off its third research mission designed to simulate manned missions on Mars. Located at an elevation of 2500 meters (8,200 feet) above sea level, the analog site is located in a dry, rocky environment that is very cold and subject to very little precipitation. While there, the crew of Mission Three will conduct detailed research studies to determine what is required to sustain a space flight crew during an extended mission to Mars and while living on Mars. The six-member team includes Martha Lenio (Commander), Allen Mirkadyrov, Sophie Milam, Neil Sheibelhut, Jocelyn Dunn, and Zak Wilson, with Ed Fix and Micheal Castro in Reserve. This crew will spend the next 254 days living in conditions that closely resemble those present on the Martian surface. Explore further: Second HI-SEAS Mars space analog study begins
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New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art has announced that more than 400,000 hi-resolution digital images are now able to be downloaded for free. Images can be downloaded directly from the Museum’s website (for non-commercial use) without permission, with the number of files set to increase as more digital files are added to the collection. Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat, Vincent van Gogh While scrolling through the digital library, you’ll be able to tell if an artwork is available to download if it features the acronym OASC (Open Access for Scholarly Content). Chances of finding your favourite masters are high, too – a quick search revealed Vincent van Gogh, Claude Monet, Caravaggio, Leonardo da Vinci, and even Johannes Vermeer are available. A Maid Asleep, Johannes Vermeer While the Metropolitan Museum of Art is denying downloads for commercial use, museums like the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam allow downloads without restrictions. Touché.
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How To Attribute Creative Commons Photos
via Foter According to our research, more than 90% of Creative Commons photos are not attributed at all. To make matters worse, less than 10% of the photos that do credit the original work are attributed properly. This means that more than 99% of Creative Commons photos are not adequately attributed. Not without pride, we are happy to notice that most of the bloggers using Foter.com attribute CC photos properly, which is greatly facilitated by our “ready to paste” attribution info. Most is not enough, though. We do hope it will contribute to the overall quality of posted materials and promote respect for copyright owners. This infographic is licensed under Creative Commons and should be attributed: ————————————————————————How To Attribute Creative Commons Photos by Foter ————————————————————————
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This year’s photo contest, our sixth, has been all about getting better exposure. Thanks to our spectacular new website, we can now display the winners’ work more beautifully than ever. And thanks to the relentless efforts of our editorial team—print and digital—our own work is being seen by far more people than it was even a year ago. Thanks to our readers, our sponsors and, of course, congratulations to our winners! Participants: More than 2,300 Images entered: Nearly 9,000 Categories: Amateur, Professional, Fine Art, Youth Entrants from: 50 states, 7 provinces, District of Columbia Judges Kenn Kaufman: Bird-guide author, Audubon field editor Joel Sartore: National Geographic and Audubon photographer Steve Freligh: Co-publisher of Nature's Best Photography Kevin Fisher: Audubon creative director Sabine Meyer: Audubon photography director Judging criteria: Technical quality, originality, artistic merit Grand Prize Winner, by Melissa Groo Professional Winner, by Chris Gug
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New Upgrade to Pixelmator Strengthens Case for it being the Best Photo Editing App on the Mac. · TeacherCast Educational Broadcasting NetworkbyJeffrey Bradbury
May 26, 2016 Today, Pixelmator announced the arrival of version 3.5 of it’s powerful yet inexpensive graphic editing application. For the last 5 years, Pixelmator has been my go-to application for all of the graphic work on TeacherCast. Where there are several advantages to learning how to use the more popular Adobe Photoshop, I find Pixelmator to be exactly the one application I can depend on time and time again. Pixelmator has two advantages that make it a stand out, often recommended application. First is that it is iCloud based. this means that no matter what computer I happen to be working on, I know all of my TeacherCast graphics are with me ready for creating my next post. Pixelmator has all of the features you would want in a traditional photo editor. Here is a list of the new features found in Pixelmator version 3.5 Other improvements and fixes
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Method one: Publish the Doc to the web In Docs, click on File > Publish to the web > Publish > OK. On the next screen, you’ll get the public link to the Doc. Copy that, and open a new tab. Paste in the link and go to the document. Right-click it again, and choose “Save Image As” to download the full-sized image to your computer. Method two: Save it as an HTML file (good for multiple images) In Docs, go to File > Download as > Web Page (.html, zipped). Download the file, extract it on your desktop, and then navigate into the images folder, where you can find all of the images that were contained in the file. Method three: Use this nifty add-on In Docs, go to Add-ons > Get add-ons > search for Image Extractor. Again in your Doc, head back up to Add-ons > Image Extractor > Start.Choose the image you want to download, name it in the text box appearing on the right side of your screen, and click Download image. And just like that, your image will immediately start downloading. Bonus tip
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A diplomat is a man who always remembers a woman's birthday but never remembers her age. - Robert Frost After you're older, two things are possibly more important than any others: health and money. - Helen Gurley Brown Age considers; youth ventures. - Rabindranath Tagore Age is a very high price to pay for maturity. - Tom Stoppard Aging seems to be the only available way to live a long life. - Kitty O'Neill Collins As I grow older, I pay less attention to what men say. I just watch what they do. - Andrew Carnegie As men get older, the toys get more expensive. - Marvin DavisI don't feel old. I don't feel anything till noon.
Active Hydra is a two-component polyurethane injection resin which ensures high reactivity, excellent mechanical strength and chemical stability. Active Hydra is designed for waterproofing and consolidation of rocks, friable land and structures affected by high-pressure water, as well as to convey water in aquifers and fill voids and cavities. Packaging Active Hydra COMP. Features Does not contain halogens and CFCsReaction start on contact with waterAlways hardens: with or without waterImmediate reaction Applications TunnelsDams and hydraulic worksWells MiningAir gapsSub-foundations Specifications (at +20°C and 60% R.H.)
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Tight Knot is a two component resin made of organic minerals. Although it is not expandable, it is characterised by its excellent chemical stability, mechanical resistance and flexibility. Tight knot is used for water proofing fractured rock, consolidation of loose land and rock, crack and cavity filling. Application Area Tunnelling Mining Dams Reservoirs Aqueducts Features The presence of water does not affect the reaction processNot flammableHardens rapidlyHas thixotropic properties that appear as soon as the two components are mixed.Non-toxic and non-pollutant Specifications (at +20°C and 60% R.H.)
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A Step by Step Guide on How to Find Flickr CC Licensed Images to Use in Class
May 13, 2016 Flickr is a powerful photo sharing and hosting platform. It provides a host of excellent features that allows you to easily search for and find pictures and images to use in your instruction. We are talking here about pictures licensed under a Creative Commons License or in public domaine. 1- Search photos by license Photos on Flickr are classified under different licenses. To know which license the photo comes under and what you are allowed to do with it, click on 'Some rights reserved' and you will be directed to a page where you get more details on the license under question. 2- Search photos by date taken This feature allows you to restrict your search to photos or videos that were taken or uploaded within a definite timeframe. 3- Search with SafeSearch on This is especially useful when using Flickr with students. 4- Flickr Groups ‘Flickr groups are a great way to share photos, post comments, and hold discussions around a common theme’.
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Nature is cruel. There is no getting round that. Some creatures inflict all manner of horrible torments on others in order to feed and reproduce, or even just to play. Many species across the animal kingdom are cannibals, eating members of their own species for sustenance or dominance. But there is one behaviour that is even more extreme than simple cannibalism. We asked our readers if they had ever heard about animals eating themselves. It is better to lose a limb than to lose your life "I don't think any animal would deliberately try to consume itself for sustenance.... kind of defeats the self-preservation part [of] desperate eating," says Selina Tick Konkin. This is true, and distressingly well-documented. One unfortunate tiger in Tesso Nilo National Park in central Sumatra was photographed in 2007 with a front paw missing. However, none of these are cases of autocannibalism. Extreme as these acts are, there is a clear logic to them. William T. Similarly, James B.
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