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    Shotcut 19.07.15

    Shotcut 19.07.15 by Razvan Serea Shotcut is a free, open source, cross-platform video editor for Windows, Mac and Linux. Major features include support for a wide range of formats; no import required meaning native timeline editing; Blackmagic Design support for input and preview monitoring; and resolution support to 4k. Editing Features Trimming on source clip player or timeline with ripple option Append, insert, overwrite, lift, and ripple delete editing on the timeline 3-point editing Hide, mute, and lock track controls Multitrack timeline with thumbnails and waveforms Unlimited undo and redo for playlist edits including a history view Create, play, edit, save, load, encode, and stream MLT XML projects (with auto-save) Save and load trimmed clip as MLT XML file Load and play complex MLT XML file as a clip Drag-n-drop files from file manager Scrubbing and transport control Video Effects Video compositing across video tracks HTML5 (sans audio and video) as video source and filters 3-way (shadows, mids, highlights) color wheels for color correction and grading Eye dropper tool to pick neutral color for white balancing Deinterlacing Auto-rotate Fade in/out audio and fade video from and to black with easy-to-use fader controls on timeline Video wipe transitions: bar, barn door, box, clock (radial), diagonal, iris, matrix, and custom gradient image Track compositing/blending modes: Over, Add, Saturate, Multiply, Screen, Overlay, Darken, Dodge, Burn, Hard Light, Soft Light, Difference, Exclusion, HSL Hue, HSL Saturation, HSL Color, HSL Luminosity. Video Filters: Alpha Channel: Adjust, Alpha Channel: View, Blur, Brightness, Chroma Key: Advanced, Chroma Key: Simple, Contrast, Color Grading, Crop, Diffusion, Glow, Invert Colors, Key Spill: Advanced, Key Spill: Simple, Mirror, Old Film: Dust, Old Film: Grain, Old Film: Projector, Old Film: Scratches, Old Film: Technocolor, Opacity, Rotate, Rutt-Etra-Izer, Saturation, Sepia Tone, Sharpen, Size and Position, Stabilize, Text, Vignette, Wave, White Balance Speed effect for audio/video clips Hardware Support Blackmagic Design SDI and HDMI for input and preview monitoring Leap Motion for jog/shuttle control Webcam capture Audio capture to system audio card Capture (record) SDI, HDMI, webcam (V4L2), JACK audio, PulseAudio, IP stream, X11 screen, and Windows DirectShow devices Multi-core parallel image processing (when not using GPU and frame-dropping is disabled) DeckLink SDI keyer output OpenGL GPU-based image processing with 16-bit floating point linear per color component Shotcut 19.07.15 fixes: Fixed Timer video filter shows incorrect decimals. Fixed clips that become INVALID were saved as uneditable text clips. Fixed a crash in Wave video filter. Fixed a crash when changing clip Speed to something very low. Fixed long Projects folder path in the New Project view. Fixed the temporary backup file is empty when saving MLT XML. Fixed saving existing project on Dropbox gives an error. Fixed advanced keyframes removed when trimming. Fixed loading the frame rate from an export preset. Fixed multiple Stabilize video filter analysis jobs may try to write to the same .stab file. Fixed reported timecode of failed Export job if (Frames/sec is not 25 or not changed in Advanced > Video). Fixed incorrect audio waveform after Undo after insert/paste into Timeline. Fixed filters added to a clip with a transition are not the correct length and not active during the transition. Fixed Blur: Gaussian filter makes bottom 3 rows of the image with black or garbage. Fixed help text in the New Project view may be truncated without scroll bar. Fixed Crop: Circle > Radius = 100% not completely extended. Fixed loading image sequences that do not put leading zeroes into their number (bug introduced in v19.06). Changes Changed Average Bitrate for libopus audio codec to set vbr to constrained. Changed Crop: Source to use the source clip's resolution as maximum for parameters. Changed the Convert to Edit-friendly and Reverse "better" option from ProRes to DNxHR, which is faster. Changed the Convert to Edit-friendly and Reverse "best" option from FFV1 to Ut Video, which is faster. Improved full range handling in Convert to Edit-friendly and Reverse by respecting an override in Properties > Color Range. Improved detection of full range color in video clips. Changed ripple move on the Timeline to push the clips when the drop zone is a gap. Added " - Converted" into the suggested file name when using Properties > Convert to Edit-friendly... New Added a status message at the start of opening a project. Added a drop-down of common frame rates to Export and Custom Video Mode. Added a dialog to ask if the standard, fractional frame rate was intended in Export and Custom Video Mode. Added a HD 1080p 50 fps video mode. Download: Shotcut 19.07.15 (32-bit) | Portable | ~100.0 MB (Open Source) Download: Shotcut 19.07.15 (64-bit) | Portable | ~300.0 MB View: Shotcut Home Page | Other Operating Systems Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  4. Trump would only use a different service, keep him there in one place, where we know where he is. Saying that i would love Twitter to ban him, that would be so funny. What does trump have to do with it! Why bring him in to this?! People are inserting them into every facet of their life. And its dividing america. Idk, it seems hating Trump is the only thing keeping Americans united these days. Depends which news networks you watch!
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    Netlimiter 4.0.50

    Netlimiter 4.0.50 by Razvan Serea NetLimiter is an ultimate internet traffic control and monitoring tool designed for Windows. You can use NetLimiter to set download/upload transfer rate limits for applications or even single connection and monitor their internet traffic. Along with this unique feature, Netlimiter offers comprehensive set of internet statistical tools. It includes real-time traffic measurement and long-term per-application internet traffic statistics. Main NetLimiter features: NetLimiter shows list of all applications communicating over network it's connections, transfer rates and more. You can use NetLimiter to set download or upload transfer rate limits for applications, connections or groups of them. With limits you can easily manage your internet connection's bandwidth (bandwidth shaper or bandwidth controller) Statistical tool lets you to track your internet traffic history since you've installed NetLimiter. Additional network information: NetLimiter provides you with and additional information like WHOIS, traceroute etc. Rule scheduler, Remote administration, Connection blocker, Running as WinNT service, User rights, Chart, Advanced Rule editor and scheduler, Zone based traffic management... NetLimiter 4.0.50 bug fixes: Unable to connect to different port than 4045. Incorrectly displayed nodes in Activity for remote computer. Error message The data area passed to a system call is too small during login. New features: added translation to Norwegian Bokmål. Download: NetLimiter 4.0.50 | 6.8 MB (Shareware) View: NetLimiter Homepage Get alerted to all of our Software updates on Twitter at @NeowinSoftware
  6. Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce beta ISOs released by Paul Hill The team behind Linux Mint has released beta ISOs for Linux Mint 19.2. The new betas come in three flavours, Cinnamon, MATE, and Xfce. There are many common updates to them all such as changes to the update manager, XApps, and new wallpapers but each update got unique changes for their particular desktop environment too. With Linux Mint 19.2, users will get a new and improved update manager which aims to help users manage their systems. For example, it'll let users know if the system needs to be restarted after a kernel update and it’ll show a warning 90 days before your version of Linux Mint reaches end-of-life. This will give you time to comfortably upgrade to a new edition and get relatives and friends upgraded if you help manage their systems too. If you dual boot Windows and Linux Mint and have experienced issues booting into either system, the new version of Mint comes with the Boot Repair tool installed on the ISO meaning you can use it from your install or the USB live media. According to the Linux Mint team, the Boot Repair tool should fix most boot configuration problems. In terms of aesthetics, this release includes 22 new wallpapers in case you want to switch up the appearance of your desktop. Additionally, the Mint-Y theme got some contrast improvements following “heavy scrutiny” and the default font was switched from Noto to the Ubuntu fonts. Mint 19.2 makes Cinnamon significantly less RAM intensive, thus freeing up extra memory for your other applications. If you install Flatpak versions of apps that you've already installed from the default repositories, Cinnamon will reflect this by showing both programs in the menu but the Flatpak version will have ‘(Flatpak)’ in the title too. With MATE 1.22, Mint now supports Metacity-3 themes, the window and desktop switchers have been improved visually, and you can configure the delay for automatically started applications. That’s not all the tweaks included in this update but they’re the biggest changes that have been made. You can find out more information, and the download links, for each version at the following locations: Cinnamon edition, MATE edition, Xfce edition.
  7. Fleet Command

    Slack CEO doesn't see Teams as a threat

    Or maybe he has looked into what has happened to Windows Live, Expression Studio, MSN Messenger, Lync, OneNote, IIS, and (my personal favorite) Internet Explorer.
  8. PWAs have their own set of problem. It's just like another JVM mess, but instead of Java it's a scripting language now.
  9. The only trouble with running these appish websites on browsers is a) compatibility- quite a few of the features you may want to use may break depending on browser version/installed extensions/etc. b)these companies are slow/reluctant to add all native app features into the webapp versions either due to compatibility limitations or difficulty of implementation or just because they feel it won't be as used as often or to draw more to use mobile apps which can be more immersive an experience for user and better tracking for company.
  10. A lot of people gave up their Blackberry's because they had no choice. Their phones were garbage where even having a physical keyboard wasn't enough to save them. A physical keyboard is the best! I could type on my phone without looking at it! Physical keyboards FTW!!! Your opinion counts and I appreciate it but I think you are in the minority. If people wanted a physical keyboard then phones with them would exist alongside iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Phones etc.
  11. Trump would only use a different service, keep him there in one place, where we know where he is. Saying that i would love Twitter to ban him, that would be so funny. What does trump have to do with it! Why bring him in to this?! People are inserting them into every facet of their life. And its dividing america. Idk, it seems hating Trump is the only thing keeping Americans united these days.
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  13. adrynalyne

    Microsoft details its Edge roadmap for businesses

    You do realize it’s not even beta yet, right?
  14. Love the graphical look. Preordering. Also, another game rescued from console hell thanks to Epic.
  15. You should consider the Radeon RX 5700 XT. It's $399 and it's almost as fast as the GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER
  16. Between a 2060 Super and a 1660ti ... the 2060 Super w/o question.
  17. Alan Turing

    Microsoft details its Edge roadmap for businesses

    What about finishing sync?
  18. It's a good service, just like Origins, if you are planning on buying any of the games anyway. Just get the service instead, play the game, cancel when done, boom, money saved. (unless you plan on playing the same game for many months)
  19. Thank you, i'm sure I will enjoy it, and leaning towards the 2060 at this point...but will keep reading the reviews, then get it purchased, then installed, and should be set.
  20. If you are only considering those two cards, I'd opt for the 2060 personally. You'll get better performance in most situations. Enjoy your new card when you get it, whichever you end up with!
  21. So both of you are saying that a subscription service of this type must include consoles? That's odd - the only companies that do (Microsoft and EA) are whacked (mostly due to accusations of over--reach). Ubisoft offers few of its titles on consoles - maybe that could be why UPlay+ does not include them? I'm passing for reasons involving storage space - I did not renew Origin Basic for the same reason.
  22. Mindovermaster

    Improvements to Gaming Desktop--Upgraded Video card advice

    With a 7700? I'd doubt it...
  23. Well Budget is up to $399, or I can go higher a little bit if need be. And Will continue reading reviews right up to purchase submitted time
  24. Mindovermaster

    Improvements to Gaming Desktop--Upgraded Video card advice

    Well, here's your answer: I would check reviews also, they give you a better idea of what to get. Depends on your budget, too, which you never provided.
  25. Hello All Have the money, now just to decide on which card, and get it ordered asap ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER MINI 8GB GDDR6 256-bit 14 Gbps Gaming Graphics Card, IceStorm 2.0, Super Compact, ZT-T20610E-10M Or MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti DirectX 12 GTX 1660 TI VENTUS XS 6G OC 6GB 192-Bit GDDR6 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card 1080P Gaming Asus G11CD-K Desktop (pre built) Intel I7 7700 16gb DDR4 Current video card Geforce 1050 2gb Western Digital SSD and Western Digital Black 1tb storage Games played Battlefield 4 Need for Speed payback American truck simulator Grand Theft Auto v Secondlife Euro Truck simulator Minor video encoding at times, watching shows on youtube or Netflix off and on Hope this covers all the usual pre questions, and such, plan to buy as soon as possibly can, though disabled so hard to buy at times, and might have to figure out how to get a gift card to purchase online Bottleneck calculator said i'd have a bottleneck with Processor if I chose the 2060, is that correct or false?
  26. it would still have a tiny little screen
  27. that's why apple cases cut a big circle out of the backs... so you have a nice 2 inch diameter unprotected space to show off your shiny apple logo......... ...what the hell are you dropping your phone on, spikes? I don't care for cutouts either, but what you said barely makes sense... makes no sense? you buy a cover that protects the whole outside not just 95% of it (im not talking aoub rear cameras or finger print readers here, i'm talking about putting a hole for just a logo to show)... it still gets scratches and rubbed, dirty, abrasions, etc.. find someone who had a phone for a couple years with one have them take it off... it also probably faded in a circle around the apple ontop of getting scratched up
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