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2010

Rasterbator - HowTo: Créer d'énormes affiches personnalisées pour votre mur (jusqu'à 20 mètres) - Affiches Murales : C'est gratuit et facile

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Marche à suivre: 1. Téléchargez Rasterbator: ou utilisation Online web (met des restrictions sur la taille et la résolution de sortie) 2. Exécuter et sélectionnez l'image source 3. Sélectionnez la taille du papier et l'alignement: L'image rasterbated sera automatiquement divisé sur plusieurs pages, si vous avez besoin de spécifier le format de chaque unité de papier (A4, A3, etc) et son alignement (horizontal ou vertical). 4. Définir la taille de sortie: la taille de sortie est définie par la quantité de documents à utiliser pour la largeur de l'image ou la hauteur. Par exemple, vous pouvez dire Rasterbator pour produire une affiche avec une largeur équivalente à 12 horizontalement alignés A4 documents . 5. Options "rasterbation Set" : Spécifiez les paramètres de couleurs et de résolution 6. Sélectionnez le répertoire de sortie et appuyez sur "Rasterbate presse!" " 7. C'est Fait: Imprimez-le et mettez le sur votre mur !

2008

Featured Download: FilePhile Transfers Any Size File Between Any Two Systems

After registering at FilePhile's site with an email address and password, you grab and install a copy of the Java-based app, launch it, and add email addresses to your buddy list. Sending a file is a simple right-click on someone's name, but you can limit the bandwidth eaten up by FilePhile in its preferences. The transfers themselves are encrypted, and, as the site boasts, can be any size. That's about it, but that's probably all you need.

Freepath is a Free File Sharing and Presentation Solution

Windows only: Create and mix your own file and media playlists with Freepath. Users can create file playlists from a variety of sources: files from their own computers, video files found on YouTube, photos from Flickr, nearly anything you can drag and drop from the web or your own computer can be dumped into Freepath. Once the files are placed within a playlist, users can opt to keep the list as spartan or create a slideshow complete with transitions and extra effects. One of the more unique features of Freepath is that files remain editable once they are embedded into the playlist.

Animation à céer en ligne ___Xtranormal Makes You the Director of a 3D Clip

Xtranormal, a free 3D animation creation and sharing tool, is a seriously addictive sandbox for crafting miniature dramas, comedies, or whatever you can tell your little actors to do. The clip editor works like a storyboard that you drag story changes onto. So in one "scene," for example, you can have the camera switch to a close-up view, have your character wink and then recite some decent text-to-speech dialogue, then have them cross their arms and make the camera go for an overhead shot. You can add another character, change the backdrops, turn the camera positioning to automatic, and generally spend way too much time being an online Hitchcock (or Scorcese, or Tarantino, or any other name you care to drop). Building the movies takes a good chunk of time, and sometimes fails entirely, though that might be due to early-discovery traffic. Xtranormal is free to use, requires a sign-up to save your clips for later editing. Feel free to share links to your own mini-epics in the comments.

Screenshot Tour: US - Picasa 3 Beta's New Features

Windows/Linux: Picasa, Google's photo management tool, has quietly announced a new beta that adds basic movie editing, fuller syncing to Web Albums, and many other features and changes. Actually, the biggest change in the new Picasa isn't in the software itself—it's a new "quick view" utility, which replaces the basic double-click viewing tool in Windows with a Picasa-friendly, drop-cloth-style window. Five new collage styles have also been added to the offerings, and Picasa's new "Movie Maker" tool lets you create slideshow-style clips out of stills or trim and paste video clips together. Check out Picasa's help section for more details on what's new and what's changed, or read on for a peek at some screenshots from the new release.

2007

8 tools for the web spy researcher

8 ways to be a "web sleuth" using online tools. Track down someone's previous address using ZabaSearch, the value of a home with Zillow - Recall previous incarnations of web sites with the Internet Archive. Log onto sites without your email address with B

Filter image search results by category with Google Image Type Recognition

The script adds a drop-down box on the search results page that lets you choose your filter type. Just last week we noticed that Google enabled face recognition in their image search

Turn your webcam into a photo booth with Cameroid

Web site Cameroid lets you play photo booth with any webcam online .The web site is basically a web version of Mac's PhotoBooth program, offering you different effects for your pics, from colorful filters and scenes to the popular morph settings.

Geek to Live: Build an internet jukebox with Jinzora - Lifehacker

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You know how to set up a home web server to get to your files from anywhere, but when it comes to music, a pure web server's not the best interface. BUT THIS Free, open source software CALLED Jinzora installed on your home server, you can browse your musi

Geek to Live: Flickr Advanced User Guide - Lifehacker

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I published an article here on Lifehacker called Tips for Flickr beginners, a quick rundown on how to get started on Flickr. One year later I'm still as big a Flickr fan and user as ever, so it's about time to point out some of the more advanced features

Screenshot Tour: Watch TV over the internet with Joost

One of the loudest buzzing apps of late is Joost, a TV-over-the-internet program (Windows and Mac) promising to bring a full-fledged, high quality television experience to your computer without the need for a capture card or any other hardware. All you ne

Scrapbook___Build an online scrapbook with Scrapblog

Web site Scrapblog lets you create online scrapbooks with a powerful flash editing tool and tons of templates. Scapblog is one of the most robust, desktop application-like web apps I've seen in a long time; working in Scrapblog has a similar look and f

The Ransom Note Generator for busy kidnappers

The Ransom Note Generator takes your prose and transfoms it into anonymous newspaper clipping letterblocks, and since this is traditionally the most time-consuming phase of the whole kidnapping process, it's a handy dandy timesaver.

Instant, no-overhead blog with Tumblr - Lifehacker___Geek to Live:

A new blog format, called a "tumblelog," is a no-hassle, no-writing-required way to share those bits and maintain a personal site with the least possible commitment. A new service called Tumblr can publish your tumblelog with minimal setup and for free. L

Giant online image editors comparison chart

There are ten online image editors here, everything from Snipshot to LookWow; and over 25 features are meticulously charted (does it resize? will it remove red-eye?). Make sure you check the Features legend; it goes from "the feature is not available" to