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do following steps download picasa and install it add your folder to picasa by main menu>file>add folder to picasa.. then select screen captures in tray. in main menu > create > picture collage do attached images settings


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You can download Fontographer as a free demo and possibly other software but Fontographer is the one I've used and hear of the most. In the Element menu, go to Font information in the dimensions tab. You find typographic line spacing options, ascender (top value), descender (bottom value). You will be able to test the font but because if you only get the ...


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Before I decided that I wanted to go to school for graphic design, I was pretty heavily into math and science. During my junior year, I toured colleges and learned that one that I was interested in would require a portfolio for admission. So, for my senior year I ended up taking six art classes (and no science, and more of a blowoff English class) - 3 the ...


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What is dimension of the print document ? If its very big with compare to the screenshots, If 1 px of screenshots is same as 1 px of print document , then you can leave it as it is. That is if you don't have to scale the screenshots, it is fine for printing, and you ignore PPI. Some things to follow. Adjust colors of screenshots, CMYK mode will be best. ...


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This question has been asked on SuperUser and StackOverflow, but I think having it here too is okay. Its something I never even considered. The answer appears to be to use Phantom.js or one of the websites people have already built with it: Screenshot Utilities from the Phantom.js website Screenshot utility someone on StackOverflow made using Phantom.js ...


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I ended up using Picasa. It was perfect for loading a folder of images, choosing timed transition and then adding a sound track.


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Shade 3D has a free version called Shade 3D for Unity. You can build models, animate them, and freely exchange them back and forth with Unity 3D for testing purposes. It also works great with other development tools.


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If you need just static image, then yes its possible to do in GIMP using a displacement map. You would make black and white picture of the ripple you want an then use it as displacement map on your image in GIMP. If you need to make movie (like the video you posted) then you need some video editing software with effects. Probably the best open-source ...


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Here a video showing Auto File Versioning and comment process in Photoshop and InDesign : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5ledFWGW50


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You can use Adobe Illustrator and it's Blend feature for this. I don't know if you have Illustrator available, but I do this all the time for color transitions. Finally choose Object > Expand Appearance and you'll have 10 objects ranging in color from green to red. Simply sample those colors or add them to the Swatch Panel and save as .ase for other ...


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Did you come across this site in your Googling: http://www.colorhexa.com? It has the ability to generate gradients between two colours, but it generates them in 12 steps rather than 10. If you fiddle around with your colours, you might be able to get the colours right. I also found this website: http://www.perbang.dk/rgbgradient/, which has less features ...


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I would suggest to use ImageMagick It is the only tool I know wich is able to convert Photoshop CC Files. You can use it to get an image per layer: convert test.psd out.png (You will get out-0.png, out-1.png...) or to get one specific layer convert test.psd[2] out.png or to get only one image with all currently visible layers convert test.psd ...


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If you don't have Photoshop then I'd suggest maybe downloading the free trial of Creative Cloud and installing the app. If you only have this one off need that would probably get you through.


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Seeing as this post is like a list of font-creation software, I'd like to add another for everyone to consider. I recently came across it on Kickstarter, and whilst I haven't tried it, it looks quite promising. It's called Prototypo. It's a brand new alternative, and it's crowdfunded! Definitely worth considering in future, though it's currently in ...


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All 3D tools can do cross sections, it just depends on how painful it gets. But for a bunch of squares and helixes no problem. A 3d CAD/CAE app is ideal here, not only is that easy to model its also easy to cut up. However cad apps aren't really the king of the pack when doing texturing although in this case its pretty trivial. The way i would approach ...


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I don't know how the screenshot service that you linked to works, but it probably uses a headless browser like PhantomJS to render the page and then to capture a screen shot. PhantomJS uses WebKit, the rendering engine that is used by Safari and the basis of the Chrome rendering engine. Your site uses parallax scrolling which might make this task difficult. ...


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Now i use optimimage with nodejs, but i've used PNG Gauntlet for a lot. There are many programs to do this. Like prepros and others.


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Another online tool: http://optimizilla.com It provides manual quality control.


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Window → Arrange → New Window for document-name will do precisely what you’re after in Adobe Photoshop. Window → New Window will do precisely what you’re after in Adobe Illustrator. Many other Adobe apps can also spawn new windows of the same file. If you’re using Sketch, Sketch Mirror might do what you want, if you have an iPad handy.


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A vector drawing tool like Illustrator, Inkscape, Xara etc.. is probably the best bet. They are much like CAD applications with a what you see is what you get like preview, so CAD for graphics design if you may. Illustrator is better at certain things than corresponding engineering applications because it allows you to preview the look and feel. One should ...


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I use illustrator and a plugin from Hotdoor called CADTools. It's a great plugin that ads many cad tools to illustrator. I use it for adding dimensions to dielines I've drawn, but there's a bunch of other stuff it does too. Check it out, it might do what you are looking for. https://www.hotdoor.com


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The only free vinyl cutting software that I know of right now is Inkcut for Inkskcape. Other than that one there isn't a free solution out there. Your best bet for the price could be VinylMaster Cut but I have never used it. I would recommend Flexistarter which is a lighter version than Flexi but that isn't free nor a plugin for illustrator. I wouldn't ...


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Although the free (open source) software is fantastic you can still run into hurdles when trying to then work in CMYK as the tend not to have this colour mode in their make up yet. It could be worth considering the use of Adobe's Creative Cloud if you need to over come this issue. You will need to sign up for a minimum of a year but it will work out cheaper ...



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