iCloud Photos keeps your photos and videos safe, up to date, and available automatically on all of your Apple devices, on iCloud.com, and even your PC. When you use iCloud Photos, you don't need to import photos from one iCloud device to another. iCloud Photos always uploads and stores your original, full-resolution photos. You can keep full-resolution originals on each of your devices, or save space with device-optimized versions instead. Either way, you can download your originals whenever you need them. Any organizational changes or edits you make are always kept up to date across all your Apple devices. Learn how to set up and use iCloud Photos.
DS9 is composed of approximately 20 open source packages, all of which are distributed under their own open source license agreements, usually GPL, LGPL, or BSD. In addition, several open source packages have been developed here at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, Cambridge, MA, USA and are distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. As long as you continue to adhere to the provisions of the licenses, you are free to distribute DS9 along with your software.
For a number of the Analysis functions, DS9 requires temporary disk space to download and store data. By default, this directory is defined by the TMP or TEMP environment variable. This is usually defined as /tmp for Linux and MacOSX users. For Windows users, this will vary, depending on which version of Windows you have. In any case, if the temp directory is not writable, or you have specified an invalid directory in the preferences, these functions will fail with a variety of error messages.
New with version 2.1, is support for the DATASEC keyword. This keyword specifies what portion of the image is valid data, for calculating min / max and for displaying. This is very important for images created from CCDs with over scan and bias strips. By default, this support is enabled. However, a number of fits images with this keyword, have invalid values. Therefor, when DS9 opens the image, it finds no valid data to display. To correct this problem, either disable DATASEC support, via the Scale menu, or correct the the value of DATASEC in the fits header. You can also change the default behavior by disabling DATASEC from the preferences menu.
By default, the windows port of DS9 uses the Windows standard dialog box to open and save files. This can be a problem in that the native Windows dialog will not allow extensions to the file name, such as foo.fits. You must use the Unix like standard dialogs to be able to specify an extension. Select Edit->Preferences->General:Dialogbox to change the default standard dialog.
When opening MacOSX Aqua from the command line, it is better to use the OPEN application as opposed to specifying the binary directly. The OPEN application sets up the environment just as it is when a user double clicks.
By default, DS9 MacOSX Aqua uses the MacOSX standard dialog box to open and save files. This can be a problem in that the native MacOSX dialog will not allow extensions to the file name, such as foo.fits. You must use the Unix like standard dialogs to be able to specify an extension. Select Edit->Preferences->General to change the default standard dialog.
TWM distributed with X11R5 had a major bug, that was corrected around 1996. DS9 will trigger this bug, and will cause TWM to crash. If you are running Solaris, and have X11R5 installed, be sure that /usr/openwin/bin is in your path before X11R5/bin. This will insure that you are running the correct version of TWM .
If you are running tvtwm, and you are currently viewing a virtual screen other than the first, when you open a file, the dialog box will appear in the first virtual screen, not your current. This is a bug with tvtwm and not ds9.
If Omnis is attempting to start the Java Virtual Machine this may result in a Java dialog being shown by the system which has the following text; To open "Omnis" you need to install the legacy Java SE 6 runtime. This dialog will be shown if attempting to start Java with a 32-bit version of Studio ( 6.1.3 and earlier ) when the legacy Apple 1.6 SDK is not installed. Clicking the More Info button on the dialog will open the legacy 1.6 SDK page from where it can be downloaded and installed. However, this dialog can also be shown when trying to start an Oracle JVM under a 64 bit version of Studio, i.e. Studio 8.0 and later. The default instructions set within a 64-bit version of Java do not allow it to be started from a JNI bundled app (e.g. Omnis). This will cause it to fail when Omnis tries to start the JVM and this displays the fallback legacy system dialog message. This can be remedied in one of the following ways.
Following an update Microsoft issued (KB3145739 - 4/12/2016), dropdown lists were not performing correctly in some Omnis applications. The drop list was appearing behind the main window so it appeared not to be dropping down at all. We have remedied this in a patch, Omnis Studio 18.104.22.168, which you can download here: Studio5231 (Windows only)
To remedy this you need to download and install the obsolete 32-bit version of Java from the Apple website ( ): note the 64-bit version of Java is not compatible with the current shipping version of Omnis Studio which is 32-bit only. For more information please refer to 'Java for OS X 2013-005 and Java for Mac OS X v10.6 Update 17' on the Apple support website.
Having downloaded and installed the 32-bit version of Java, there should be no further changes required for Omnis Studio. In addition, and as far as we are aware, there should be no issues when you install the later version of Java, as they will co-exist with the obsolete 32-bit version on the same computer.
To use the PostgreSQL DAM with Studio 5.1 & Studio 5.1.1, a replacement DAM is required (available from the ODPP download area). If using Studio 5.1, a replacement libpq.dylib is also required. This may be obtained from the ODPP download area or copied from a later version of Studio if preferred).
SUMO allows modelling of intermodal traffic systems including road vehicles, public transport and pedestrians. Included with SUMO is a wealth of supporting tools which handle tasks such as route finding, visualization, network import and emission calculation. SUMO can be enhanced with custom models and provides various APIs to remotely control the simulation.Learn more
(macOS only) On your Mac machine, you can configure Adobe Bridge to automatically open Photo Downloader when a camera is connected to the computer. Choose Adobe Bridge > Preferences. In the Behavior area of the General panel, select When A Camera Is Connected, Launch Adobe Photo Downloader. Then, click OK.
(macOS only) In the Rename Files drop-down list, choose Advanced Rename to rename the files based on a custom combination of Text, New Extension, Preserved Filename, Sequence Number, Sequence Letter, Date Time, and Metadata. Choosing this option opens Photo Downloader - Advanced Rename window where you can create your custom combination.
If you had selected the Open in Adobe Bridge check box, Bridge automatically opens the location where you have imported the media files and displays your photos or subfolders within this location in the Content panel.
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iMovie for iOS and iMovie for macOS are designed to work together. You can start cutting a project on your iPhone, then use AirDrop or iCloud Drive to wirelessly transfer it to your iPad. You can also send a project from your iPhone or iPad to your Mac for finishing touches like color correction and animated maps. And you can even open iMovie projects in Final Cut Pro to take advantage of professional editing tools. Time to take a bow.
The repository links below are shown as https, please check for your installation ifhttps is supported. In Debian/Ubuntu this is usually handled by theapt-transport-https package. OBS also supports HTTP links, but it's recommended to usehttps whenever possible.
You open files by drag-n-drop in addition to the usual menu and toolbar methods.Tap J, K, L to control playback speed and direction. Tap J or L repeatedly to go faster.Tap I or O to set the in and out points.Press left or right cursor keys to step frame-by-frame.Press page up or down to step one second at-a-time.Press alt+left or alt+right to jump between start, in, out, and end.Version is based on date. You can choose to update whenever you like and keep multiple versions (new versions are available every two months).
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.
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