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If you're saving as a PNG, you have the option to select a transparent background. (If you don't select a transparent background, the background color of the image will be the same as the color of the diagram, whether white or some other color.)




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The image file or files are immediately saved to the Downloads folder on your computer. If you selected more than one page in step 3, the images files are saved in a compressed .zip file. To access the images in a .zip file, right-click it and select Extract All.


When you're editing a Visio drawing, Download as Image is available on the right-click menu when you have one or more shapes selected. This option immediately downloads a PNG image of the selected shapes. The picture won't have a transparent background, and the resolution of the image is 144 pixels per inch (the Medium setting).


If you are saving your animation as a GIF image, optimize it as you would any GIF image. A special dithering technique is applied to animations to ensure that dither patterns are consistent across all frames and to prevent flickering during playback. Due to these additional optimization functions, more time may be required to optimize an animated GIF than to optimize a standard GIF.


Specifies the number of individual images shown every second.NTSC is generally the standard video format and is 29.97 fps. PALis a European video format that is 25 fps. The standard for filmis 24 fps. QuickTime movies are sometimes created with a slowerframe rate to reduce bandwidth and CPU requirements.


Specifies the key frame frequency. A higher key framerate (lower number) improves video quality, but increases the filesize. With some compressors, an additional key frame is insertedautomatically if too much of the image has changed from one frameto the next. In general, one key frame every 5 seconds (multiplythe frames per second by 5) is usually sufficient. If you are creatinga file for RTSP streaming and have concerns about the reliabilityof the delivery network, you may want to increase key frame frequencyto one key frame every 1 or 2 seconds.


This lesson started with an explanation for using the javax.imageio package, to load images from an external image format into the internal BufferedImage format used by Java 2D. Then it explains how to use the Graphics.drawImage() to draw that image, with optional filtering.


The final stage is saving a BufferedImage object into an external image format. This may be an image that was originally loaded by the Image I/O class from an external image format and perhaps modified using the Java 2D APIs, or it may be one that was created by Java 2D.


The returned array of names will include any additional plug-ins that are installed and any of these names may be used as a format name to select an image writer. The following code example is a simple version of a complete image edit/touch up program which uses a revised version of the ImageDrawingApplet.java sample program which can be used as follows :


In this lesson you have learned just the basics of Image I/O, which provides extensive support for writing images, including working directly with an ImageWriter plug-in to achieve finer control over the encoding process. ImageIO can write multiple images, image metadata, and determine quality vs. size tradeoffs. For more information see Java Image I/O API Guide.


The historical map collection has over 121,000 maps and related images online. The collection includes rare 16th through 21st century maps of North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica, the Pacific, the Arctic, and the World. The online map collection is a searchable database that allows you to make your own journeys into spatial representations of the past. Here you can see the history of cartography through primary sources from 1500 into the 21st century.


An extraordinary 60 sheet manuscript world map made in 1587 by Urbano Monte has been added to the David Rumsey Map Collection at Stanford University. At 10 foot square, this map or planisphere is the largest known early map of the world. It was hand drawn by Monte in Milan, Italy, and only one other manuscript copy exists. The digitally joined 60 sheet map image below is the first time the map Monte made has been seen as one unified map - as Monte intended - in the 430 years since it was created. See all the individual sheets here.


Georeferencer v4 is an improved and updated version of our prior Georeferencer v3. It allows you to overlay historic maps on modern maps or other historic maps. The overlaid maps reveal changes over time and enable map analysis and discovery. You can choose your own maps to georeference by Searching LUNA and using the Georeference This Map button or help us georeference the entire online map library using our Random Map link to georeference maps in our First Pilot Project of 6,000 maps of major cities and regions. Users who georeference the most maps will be recognized in the bar displays below. Recently Georeferenced maps can be viewed by image or by location.


The MapRank search tool enables geographical searching of the collection by map location and coverage, in a Google Map window. Pan and zoom the Google Map to the area of the world you want maps of, and the results will automatically appear as a scrollable list of maps with thumbnail images in the right side window. The maps in the right side list are ranked by coverage, with the maps that have coverage closest to your search window listed at the top. Mousing over any map in the list will show the map's coverage as a light red rectangle on top of the Google Map. Clicking on a map in the list will open it in the Luna Browser. You can filter your results with the When timeline, the What or Who keyword text window, and the Map scale windows, as well as search by place name in the Find a place window. Learn more


My parents became rather well known in the Northwest and often appeared with the animals in all kinds of public programs from television shows to school assemblies. Dad definitely had a knack for public speaking and was a natural educator. His bigger-than- life presence and his ability to delight people with his stories of the adventures he had with the creatures he revered are a bit of a legend today. In order to generate the necessary revenue to sustain Wildlife Images, many of the animals throughout the years appeared in commercials and films including one film that was an academy award winner. One of the commercials that became very famous was the Buick series with the hawk that flew to all of the cars and served as the corporate image for Buick. Happy, our red tailed hawk, appeared on the commercials for well over 10 years and the money she generated supported hundreds of animals in the rehabilitation center.


"What probably separates me from most of my colleagues," Dave says, "is that I try, whenever possible, to be some place they're not. My goal is to bring an image to my editors and clients that's going to be different from everybody else's."


FilePane enables you to run many file manipulations from a single window simultaneously analyzing your items, and offering corresponding quick actions like image editing, sharing, converting to other formats, and more.


FilePane will be a true timesaver for everyone, especially creative professionals, whose work involves an online content component, as it works not only with files on your desktop, but also with images and text on websites.


All the previous methods work perfectly well if you need to save an image on Mac, or maybe a few, but when it comes to downloading internet photos in bulk, the process can get tedious. The most effective way to download images on MacBook is with a browser extension.


Selecting the best overall camera settings (ISO, shutter speed, f-stop) and image quality attributes (dynamic range, noise, bit-depth, sensor size) is impossible without a basic understanding of how a camera sensor works.


The camera sensor, also known as an image sensor, is an electronic device that collects light information, consisting of color & intensity after it passes through the lens opening, known as the aperture.


When photons collide or interact with certain materials, such as silicon CMOS image sensors, free electrons are released from the sensor material, producing a small electric charge. This is known as the Photoelectric effect.


Bit depth specifies the number of unique color & tonal choices that are available to create an image. These color choices are denoted using a combination of zeros and ones, known as bits, which form binary code.


The crop factor is a dimensionless reference number, associated with image sensors. It compares the diagonal distance across each specific camera sensor to the diagonal distance across the full frame camera sensor.


Images that contain larger proportions of dark tonal values will inherently have lower Signal to Noise Ratios revealing more visible noise. This is one reason low light and night sky images contain so much noise.


In some shooting scenarios such as star, Milky Way & night sky photography, the light levels are so low that the image noise will be very high. Even the best camera sensor for low light, such as models made by Sony, still produce some noise.


Dynamic Range is defined as the difference or range between the strongest undistorted signal (brightest tonal value) & the weakest undistorted signal (darkest tonal value) captured by an image sensor, in a single photo.


On 10 January 2023, Farmer Dave, 41, posted images on Instagram of himself and his partner, Shazli, after walking up Mount Gower on Lord Howe Island. Shazli can be seen showing off an engagement ring. Another sees the couple having a tender kiss.


The image shows Kirby, near death, a vacant look in his face, and his father holding his son's head in a moment of grief. Other members of Kirby's immediate family are seated next to him. Life featured the image in its November 1990 issue, after which it gained first national and then international attention. The picture was later used by United Colors of Benetton in an advertising campaign, with the permission of Kirby's family, who felt that its use would show the devastating effects of AIDS.[3] 041b061a72


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