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Kino: Video editor for Windows
Kino is a free Windows application that lets you edit and create DVD-quality video files in your computer. You can also stream video files to Facebook or YouTube.
If you have broadband Internet, you can even stream video files directly to the Facebook or YouTube web site to put your creations live.
Kino lets you convert video files to a variety of formats, and you can color correct the footage, add transitions and titles, and add music tracks.
Like Adobe Premiere Pro, Kino requires an Internet connection to enable you to work on the job. Kino works best for those with a broadband connection, or a fast DSL or cable modem.
Kino can actually make DVD-quality files when you start your project in Kino. However, to go directly to the YouTube or Facebook sites, you have to save the file first. Just select File → Save As or File → Save. Kino will ask you for a filename, and then save your creation as a.avi,.mov, or.mp4 file.
Just as with other programs, you can save your work in a standard location so that you can locate your files at a later date.
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Photoshop is the best-selling, image editing software. With millions of downloads and numerous awards, it’s no surprise that Photoshop is one of the most popular programs in the world. Few software programs have been able to rival the popularity of Photoshop, but perhaps one of the best alternatives to Photoshop is Photoshop Elements.
Adobe Photoshop Elements gives you the same professional tools and features you’ll find in the more expensive versions of Photoshop, but with a simpler and more efficient interface.
In this post, we’ll be exploring how to install Adobe Photoshop Elements on your Windows PC, Mac or Linux computer. We’ll then use this powerful software to create the perfect digital image. We’ll also highlight the features and tools included in Elements.
What Can You Do With Photoshop Elements?
Take awesome photos
Create stunning webpages
Repair damaged or poorly edited images
Create Digital Memories
And many more…
Create websites and web pages for the web. Create your own professional-looking websites using the powerful website design tools and elements included in Photoshop Elements.
Create Hand-drawn Websites
Create a hand-drawn website as a fun way to display and share your unique creations.
Create Photo Books and Photo Zines
Create books, photo zines, and photo-zines with your photos.
Create transparencies for documents, presentations, and other visual materials.
Create Animations and Flash Movies
Create professional-looking animations and flash movies for a variety of uses.
Make Powerpoint Presentations
Create professional-looking Powerpoint Presentations using the included slides and themes.
Create educational presentations for students, teachers, and parents.
Create eBooks and e-books for students and readers.
Create home movies for family and friends.
Create Hand-drawn Elements
Draw and share powerful images using the elegant vector drawing tools included in Elements.
Create Game Worlds
Create interactive or animated worlds for games and apps.
Invitation templates are included to help you create your wedding, party, or event invites.
How To Install Adobe Photoshop Elements
If you’re new to Photoshop Elements, here’s how you can install Photoshop Elements on your
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Thursday, February 22, 2012
Updated: OMPC – Tool for ongoing maintenance on EU member states’ benefits systems
The EU published a highly complicated EU Council decision a year ago that presents as a way for the EU to inform member states of the errors they make and the mistakes they make on the implementation of their national benefits systems by the EU. In order to allow for a single process for the Member States to correct the errors and to satisfy the requirements of Article 2(14) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), the Commission is organising a harmonised tool that collects data on the errors in benefits systems.
However, as can be seen from the article in EU-Digest (here) the tool has many flaws. Now that it has been implemented for a year, this blog attempts to present the main flaws, errors and shortcomings as analysed by senior EU civil servants.
The European Union collects data on the implementation of benefits and services systems by member states and presents the data in a very complicated and unclear structure. The tool is of a very complicated nature and it is up to the Member States to make sure that their benefits systems work properly and if necessary apply for up-to-date information.
While it is easy to blame an individual state for failing to implement a regulation, it is more important to try to help the Member States improve the quality of their existing procedures. The EU in its current form has limited influence on the member states’ implementation of the EU’s rules but should share their best practices and should provide up-to-date information and knowledge on how their rules are implemented by member states.
For the Member States that have realised the importance of the tool and have started to submit data, some flaws and errors are currently apparent. The complexity of the tool is evident in the many data fields that need to be filled out, especially as the data is collected from a variety of sources. The data requirements are very detailed, for example, article 2(14) of the Treaty of the Functioning of the European Union requires that the data on the specific errors in the Member States’ benefits systems be collected, described and used for corrective action at the highest level.
This blog provides a list of errors that can be found in the data received thus far. The fact that many errors can be found in a single data field is clear indication that the way these fields are populated is not satisfactory and the data collectors
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The present invention relates to the field of displaying textual information, in particular, to a new method and apparatus for displaying time dependent information in a plurality of lines.
In today””s society, people encounter numerous time-dependent events or occurrences. These include, for example, location of a person, arrival of a bus, schedule changes of a bus, scheduled delivery of a package, time of sunset or sunrise, etc. However, persons routinely receive such information in a single piece of text or printed material. This often results in people spending a significant amount of time reading the information, which is a cumbersome and often frustrating experience.
What is needed is a manner in which one is able to receive this time-dependent information in a manner which does not require one to divert one””s attention from the events of interest to concentrate on text information, or to continuously stop using the information to read new information.
The present invention provides a method and apparatus for presenting time dependent information in a plurality of lines. In one embodiment, the apparatus comprises a display. A memory is coupled to the display and is adapted to store information concerning at least one of a time and a date. A display engine is coupled to the memory and is adapted to receive the time dependent information and to output the time dependent information to the display. A display driver is coupled to the memory and is adapted to selectively move the time dependent information into the plurality of lines and to selectively drive the display in accordance with the information.
In another embodiment, the apparatus comprises a display. A memory is coupled to the display. The memory is adapted to store information concerning at least one of a time and a date. A computer is coupled to the display and is adapted to receive the time dependent information and to output the time dependent information to the display. The computer further comprises a display driver coupled to the memory and to the display. The display driver is adapted to selectively move the time dependent information into the plurality of lines and to selectively drive the display in accordance with the information.
In another embodiment, the apparatus comprises a display. The display is adapted to display a plurality of lines of information. A time reference device is coupled to the display and is adapted to convert a first time dependent information into a second time dependent information. The second time dependent information is in a first line of information and the first time dependent information is in a second line of information.
In another embodiment, the apparatus comprises a display. The display is adapted to display a plurality of lines
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