AS11-40-5965 ( 94k ) 111:27:05 This image is either the first of those film advances or an accicental frame taking while Neil was getting ready to advance the film. It gives a view to the southeast, with some deeply shadowed Mylar - possibly part of the MESA blanket - on the left. On the surface, we see the parallel shadows of the minus-Y (south) strut and probe. Compare with 5850. AS11-40-5966 ( 113k ) 111:27:05 Similar to 5965. AS11-40-5966A ( 160k ) 111:27:05 View into the MESA shadow. Image enhanced to show detail similar to that seen in the deep shadow of 5965 and 5966. Thanks to Paolo Attivissimo for callling attention to the existence of this image. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas.] AS11-40-5967 (OF300) ( 185k or 1088k ) 111:27:05 Image taken as Neil advances the film prior to removing the magazine. View to the northwest showing the TV camera and the SWC pole. Andrew Vignaux suggests that the fuzzy area at the lower left is part of Neil's suit - probably Neil's left arm - which, because it is so close to the camera, is out of focus. AS11-40-5967/8 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 943k or 228k ) Red-blue anaglyph by Erwin D'Hoore. AS11-40-5968 (OF300) ( 185k or 1088k ) 111:27:05 Similar to 5967. AS11-40-5969 (OF300) ( 126k or 910k ) 111:27:05 This frame captures more of Neil's suit. AS11-40-5970 (OF300) ( 133k ) 111:27:05 Similar to 5969. Sunstruck after the magazine was removed from the camera. The blocky object at the top of the \"suit\" may be Neil's OPS, as indicated in a labeled detail. Magazine 41/P (B & W) Frames 5971-6159
AS11-41-6121 ( 158k or 771k ) Hypatia Rille and Craters Sabine, Ritter and Schmidt from lunar orbit. Scans by Kipp Teague. See, also, a labeled version. AS11-41-6123 ( 2.4 Mb ) Hypatia Rille and Craters Sabine, Ritter and Schmidt from a a bit farther west in the same lunar orbit. Photo downloaded from the Apollo Image Atlas. See, also, a labeled version. AS11-41-6156 ( 158k or 890k ) View of area west of Crater 308 from lunar orbit. Scans by Kipp Teague. Magazine 42/U (B & W) Frames 6160-6348
AS11-42-6304 ( 2.9 Mb ) Messier Crater (left) and Messier A. Messier was probbly formed by an impactor which struck the Moon at a very shallow angle. Messier is located at 47.6 E and 1.9 S and is about 9 x 11 km and 1.3 km deep. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. AS11-42-6304-05 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 1.2 Mb ) Red-blue anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne. AS11-42-6305 ( 3.0 Mb ) Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. Magazine 43/T (B & W) Frames 6349-6539
AS11-43-6437 ( 185k ) Mendeleev Crater, located at 140.9 E and 5.7 N. Diameter 313 km. Part of the northern rim of Mendeleev is on the left. The fresh crater at top center is Richards, located at 1401 E and 7.7 N. Diameter 16 km. The crater chain ends just below Richards is Catena Mendeleev. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. AS11-43-6437-39 Red-Blue Anaglyph ( 3 Mb or 240k ) Red-blue anaglyph by Patrick Vantuyne. AS11-43-6439 (OF300) ( 2.8 Mb ) Similar to 6437. Scan downloaded from the LPI Apollo Image Atlas. Magazine 44/V (Color) Frames 6540-6696
Set the number of unreferenced segments to keep on disk before hls_flags delete_segmentsdeletes them. Increase this to allow continue clients to download segments whichwere recently referenced in the playlist. Default value is 1, meaning segments older thanhls_list_size+1 will be deleted.
When you complete the online voter registration application or the FPCA, you can choose to have your ballot and the accompanying Military or Overseas Voter Return Envelope mailed, faxed, or emailed to you. You may even be able to download them from your county elections official's website. Check the list below for the options in your county.
Using Oracle WebCenter Content to manage digital assets enables you to quickly find, group, convert, and download images and videos of various sizes, formats, and resolutions to meet your business requirements, while maintaining a consistency of use across your organization. For example, an organization may have a logo in a variety of sizes for advertisements, Web pages, and presentation, or a training video in a variety of formats for streaming on an intranet, presenting to an audience, or copying to tape.
Work with your system administrator and other contributors to define the appropriate size and output. At check-in, the digital asset is automatically converted into the defined formats and sizes, known as renditions. You can then search for the asset using standard metadata or closed-caption text if it is a video asset. From the Rendition Information page you can add renditions to a digital asset basket and download a single compressed file that contains all of the renditions.
Managing digital assets with Oracle WebCenter Content Server gives you the confidence that you are using the approved asset in the proper format. For example, an image of the logo in a format for use on a Web-site can be bundled and downloaded with other formats of the logo for use in office presentations or print collateral, all from a single digital asset checked in to Oracle WebCenter Content Server. Or, a low-bandwidth version of a training video can be posted to a streaming server while a high-bandwidth version can be provided to a vendor for replication to tape or DVD.
Each format created of a digital asset is called a rendition. Each image rendition includes information about size, color, format, and other criteria defined by your system administrator. Each video rendition includes information about display size, bandwidth, and expected use. Renditions are grouped into rendition sets. When you check in a digital asset, you choose a rendition set, which then determines what renditions are created for the asset. When finding a digital asset for use, all renditions of the asset are listed on the asset's Rendition Information page, and are available for download.
Output formats are limited to what your browser displays effectively. Only output formats supported by Windows Media Player, Real Player, Flash Player, or Quicktime Player are available for viewing in your Web browser. Any assets rendered in a format not supported by those players is still be managed by Oracle WebCenter Content Server, but is available only for download only.
From the digital asset basket, you can select renditions from one or multiple assets to be compressed into a single file and downloaded to a local or networked drive, or send links to selected renditions in an e-mail. You can also use the digital asset basket to access the content information and rendition information pages of content items and digital assets.
To add all native or Web-viewable items on a Search Result page to your digital asset basket, choose All from the Select menu. You do not have to select the check box next to any item if using this option. Also, Web-viewable files of video renditions added to the digital asset basket are suitable for viewing only from the digital asset basket. You cannot download them from the digital asset basket. To download a rendition, use the Rendition Information page.
To access the digital asset basket, click My Basket and then Digital Asset Basket in the My Content Server tray. From the digital asset basket, you can select renditions from one or multiple assets to be compressed into a single file and downloaded to a local or networked drive, or send links to selected renditions in an e-mail. You can also use the digital asset basket to access the content information and rendition information pages of content items and digital assets.
Web-viewable files of video renditions added to the digital asset basket are suitable for viewing only from the digital asset basket. You cannot download them from the digital asset basket. To download a rendition, use the Rendition Information Page.
You can compress renditions and other content items into a single file and downloaded to a local or networked drive, for example, when you want to send multiple renditions or native files to others. You can do this from the Digital Asset Basket page or Rendition Information page.
Select the check box next to the renditions you want to download. The renditions are listed in the Selected Renditions column of the Digital Asset Basket page, or the Rendition Name column of the Renditions Information page.
To download all renditions in your digital asset basket, or on the Rendition Information page, select all items, and then choose the Download menu option. You do not have to select the check box next to any rendition if using this option.
Web-viewable files of video renditions added to the digital asset basket are suitable for viewing only from the digital asset basket. You cannot download them from the digital asset basket. To download a rendition, use the Rendition Information page.
When it comes to free video recording software, I strongly recommend EaseUS RecExperts. This screen recorder has an intuitive workflow that is best for both beginners and professionals. It enables you to record your screen, audio, webcam, and even gameplay with a few simple clicks. Moreover, it has a built-in video editor, and you can directly edit your recorded footage without downloading other software. For more free video recording software, the options above in the post will tell you more.
There are many reasons why you need to record a video. For example, to make a video tutorial for a better and more intuitive presentation, record a video that you can't download, or record a real-time video so that you can share fun things with your friends on the social platform. All the work can be done with free video recording software. an excellent screen recorder.
Yes, that's right, don't get fooled by its name. VideoProc Converter, as the name implies, is indeed a video converter. But besides the feature of converting audio/video formats, this program also has a built-in video downloader, DVD converter, and of course, a video recorder. And in fact, the video recorder works like a charm. 59ce067264