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A Sharper Scaling v1.2
A Sharper Scaling v1.2 A Sharper Scaling is a free, high quality image scaling technology mainly developed for upscaling. Examples The following examples are most clear if the images are viewed in their original resolution. Otherwise, the browser does another image scaling on top, somewhat obfuscating the differences these examples are about. It's usually easy to get the original resolution shown. On a Windows PC or Notebook, just hold down the Ctrl key and spin the mouse wheel up or down until the left side pattern of this test stripe looks exactly like a miniature version of the right side pattern (chessboard-like). For comparison, all examples show the results of two conventional methods as well. Bicubic interpolation is what most image editors offer as the most appropriate method for image scaling. The interpolation results are a bit blurry, so another conventional action might be to sharpen them. (The sharpening method used for the examples is "unsharp masking".) The 3rd alternative shown is a scaling method Adobe introduced in 2013 with Photoshop CC, called "Preserve Details". (I suppose it's also based on bicubic interpolation internally, but I may be wrong.) The function has a single adjustment "Reduce Noise" which was set to zero for the test because the pictures have very little noise only. Digital Zoom Small versions of whole pictures are probably not the most typical use case for image upscaling. Ideally, upscaling is the first geometric transformation, which means that the input still has the resolution of the camera. The next examples are details of pictures coming directly from the cam: (These are critical details not random. Many other details don't show much difference between A.S.S. and a sharpened interpolation.) Apart From Scaling Although A Sharper Scaling does nothing but scaling images, it can also contribute to the quality of other geometric transformations like rotation, perspective correction, or lens ...
5/5 662 Jan 02, 2020
Steffen Gerlach
A Thousand Words v1.0
A Thousand Words v1.0 A Thousand Words is a screen capture wizard with an editor. It's intended use is to allow less tech-savvy users to point out exactly what's wrong to helpers on forums and the like. As such, its main design goals are simplicity and ease of use. A Thousand Words doesn't require installation and is 100% portable. Installation A Thousand Words does not require installation. Using Unzip the downloaded zip file using your favorite unzip program. Double-click "A Thousand Words.exe" to launch the wizard. Follow the wizard to create a screenshot and optionally use the built-in editor to block out private information or hilight problem areas in the picture. Once you are satisfied with the picture, complete the wizard to save it as a file to your desktop. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 643 Mar 13, 2020
Andrew Lambert
LAME 3.98.2 for MacOS X
LAME 3.98.2 for MacOS X A universal binary (lybrary + frontend) which will run on both PowerPC and Intel powered Mac's compiled by Paul Sanders. Works with Audacity lame.exe - the command line encoder, used from the Windows command shell lame_enc.dll - LAME encoding library, generally used with CD rippers, etc
0/5 5,746 Dec 09, 2012
LAME
LAME 3.98.4 for OSX 64 bits (Snow Leopard)
LAME 3.98.4 for OSX 64 bits (Snow Leopard) A binary which will run on OSX 64 bits (Snow Leopard) compiled by Olivier Petit. lame.exe - the command line encoder, used from the Windows command shell lame_enc.dll - LAME encoding library, generally used with CD rippers, etc
0/5 5,734 Dec 09, 2012
LAME
LAME 3.99 for OSX 64 bits (Lion)
LAME 3.99 for OSX 64 bits (Lion) A binary for Intel Core 2, or newer, which will run on OSX 64 bits (Lion) compiled by Jens Rex. lame.exe - the command line encoder, used from the Windows command shell lame_enc.dll - LAME encoding library, generally used with CD rippers, etc
0/5 5,737 Dec 09, 2012
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