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ocenaudio ocenaudio is a cross-platform, easy to use, fast and functional audio editor. It is the ideal software for people who need to edit and analyze audio files without complications. ocenaudio also has powerful features that will please more advanced users. This software is based on Ocen Framework, a powerful library developed to simplify and standardize the development of audio manipulation and analysis applications across multiple platforms. It works on your computer! ocenaudio is available for all major operating systems: Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
PTAssembler Introduction. PTAssembler is a (Windows) panoramic image stitching software program, able to create single and multi-row panoramic and high-resolution "mosaic" images. As a software developer and photographer, I have been using PTAssembler for several years to create my own high resolution images. PTAssembler is more complex than many popular "automagic" stitching programs. But, it is much more powerful and flexible, giving the photographer unparalleled control over the final result. The automagic programs often deliver "pretty good" results. DSLR Bokeh Tutorial « robertsdonovan.com It seems that many Flickrites out there are struggling to get good bokeh shots. The good news is that shooting bokeh is one of the easiest photographic techniques to learn. Unfortunately, it is also one of the hardest to master. Here I will attempt to get you started with the basics. You’ll have to do the mastery part on your own :-)
Creating Spherical Panoramas with the Canon 5D and 15mm Fisheye Lens Peter Gawthrop Revised 27th September 2007 Contents This document describes how I create spherical panoramas with the Canon 5D and 15mm Fisheye Lens together with Hugin. Pixel Art Chances are that if you've used Pixel Art before, you've wanted to try to take a normal image and pixelate it. Well up until now, that's been a massive nightmare and would require external, specialized software. Not any more if you have Pixel Art Pro! Now all you have to do is open up a picture that you want to pixelate, and Pixel Art will detect it, and you just have to click the magic 'Pixelate' button** and let Pixel Art do all of the hard work for you! The result? Amazing! Audacity vs. Ocenaudio – Comparing Free Audio Editor Programs Image courtesy of Kris S. If you have been involved in language teaching for any length of time, you have probably had some experience in using the free, open-source audio program, Audacity. In fact, for some schools, this is installed on all of the lab computers and is the primary audio recorder for both students and teachers. It comes in various versions, such as a portable version you can take with you on your USB drive, and for multiple platforms, such as Mac and Windows. Recently, I have come across the free, but not open-source, audio editor Ocenaudio that is also cross-platform, but for myself is a much more user-friendly offering for those wishing to record and edit audio on their computer.
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