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G’MIC 1.7.0 Magic Image Converter released

G’MIC 1.7.0 recently released, is an open and full-featured framework for image processing, similar to Gimp, providing several different user interfaces to convert, manipulate, filter, visualize generic image datasets, from 1d scalar signals to 3d+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images. Most of the important work done for this release has been focused on the improvement and optimization of the embedded math expression evaluator, and its JIT compiler G’MIC 1.7.0 changelog New features: [core] Added a C bridge to the libgmic library.

G’MIC 1.6.9 Magic Image Converter released

G’MIC 1.6.9 recently released, is an open and full-featured framework for image processing, similar to Gimp, providing several different user interfaces to convert, manipulate, filter, visualize generic image datasets, from 1d scalar signals to 3d+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images. A lot of cool stuffs have been added to the G’MIC core engine (particularly the math parser), to make more cool and cool filters in the future. G’MIC 1.6.9 changelog New features: New command -frame_seamless and associated plug-in filter Arrays & tiles / Make seamless [patch-based].

HandBrake 0.10.3 Video Converter Tool released

Handbrake 0.10.3 recently released, is a free open source, video transcoder tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs. Handbrake is also a multi-platform application that runs on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Handbrake 0.10.3 marks our 4th release of our 0.10.x branch. This provides another set if fixes for common bugs that have been raised over the last few months. All going well this will be the last bug fix release for this branch as we look to finish up the major 1.

G’MIC 1.6.7 Magic Image Converter released

G’MIC 1.6.7 recently released, is an open and full-featured framework for image processing, similar to Gimp, providing several different user interfaces to convert, manipulate, filter, visualize generic image datasets, from 1d scalar signals to 3d+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images. G’MIC 1.6.7 changelog New features: New native command -patchmatch that is able to find a correspondence map between two images, by comparing their respective patches. When updating a variable value in G’MIC (ouside the math parser), you can now use the math operators +=,-=,…= for numeric variables (the same as in C).

HandBrake 0.10.2 Video Converter Tool released

Handbrake 0.10.2 recently released, is a free open source, video transcoder tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs. Handbrake is also a multi-platform application that runs on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. Handbrake 0.10.2 is second release for the 0.10 branch which brings a number of bug fixes and performance improvements. Install HandBrake 0.10.2 on Ubuntu OS sudo apt-add-repository ppa:stebbins/handbrake-releases sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install handbrake

G’MIC 1.6.2 GREYC’s Magic Image Converter released

G’MIC 1.6.2 recently released, is an open and full-featured framework for image processing, providing several different user interfaces to convert, manipulate, filter, visualize generic image datasets, from 1d scalar signals to 3d+t sequences of multi-spectral volumetric images. G’MIC 1.6.2 changelog New features: New command ‘-apply_timeout’ allows to apply a G’MIC command with a time out, so that the commands throws an error if the invoked pipeline takes too much time to finish.

Install the latest Transmageddon Video Converter on Ubuntu 14.04

Transmageddon Video Converter is a video transcoder for Linux and Unix systems built using GStreamer. It supports almost any format as its input and can generate a very large host of output files in formats that include Ogg, Matroska, AVI, WebM, FLV, MPEG or ASF. The goal of the application is to give end users ability to convert their favorite videos to format playable on their mobile devices. Transmageddon was initially released as v1.

Convert Windows Server Physical Machine to VM on Separate Network

This post is a step-by-step approach on HowTo convert a Physical Windows Server 2003, 2008 or 2008R2 machine to a Virtual Machine and import into ESXi. [box type=”info” style=”rounded” icon=”info”]This is more focused on a scenario where your physical machine(s) sits on a separate network from your ESXi environment and there is no connectivity between the two, so unable to p2v directly to ESXi[/box] [box type=”info” style=”rounded” icon=”info”]Please note that the actual server name on all the screenshots have been modified so its easier to follow rather than me painting across it since these are my LIVE systems :)[/box] Step 1: Install VMware Converter – Click button below to download the latest VMware Converter for Windows.