Have a look at OCRvision. OCRvision is a searchable PDF software. It can convert any scanned documents in a folder to searchable PDF automatically. It supports multilingual OCR.It can be configured for both scanned PDF and image files then convert to searchable pdf
Disclaimer :- I am associated with OCRvision as a developer
You can use a Markdown editor such as Typora. Typora supports exporting to PDF, and for other formats such as docx or EPUB, you can use Pandoc. See https://www.markdownguide.org/cheat-sheet/ if you need a primer on Markdown syntax.
Typora is currently in beta and is free during beta, but will presumably not be free after a stable release comes out. Another ...
I play the Sega 32x games for a while and I use the Kega Fusion Emulator and I was very satisfied with the performance. I try other Sega 32x Emulators like the RetroArch but for the beginners I highly recommend the Kega Fusion.
As far as I know, there is no one software package that does all the things that you require, at least not without a lot of work from your end. Industry standard for computational physics is going to be Ansys. Educational-standard would be something like Comsol Multiphysics. If it's more Antenna-modelling-related, then FEKO is the way to go. But these ...
Snap packages can be used on all major Linux distributions, including Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian and Fedora. To install the Notepad++ snap package open the terminal and type:
sudo snap install notepad-plus-plus
To add Notepad++ navigation to other drives besides the default drive:
sudo snap connect notepad-plus-plus:removable-media
ReText is a simple editor for Markdown and reStructuredText markup languages. ReText is open source and cross platform, and it is in the default repositories of many popular Linux distributions. ReText supports tabs, live text preview and syntax highlighting. Supported additional export formats are HTML, ODT and PDF.
I used ReText for years. It is ...
Inkscape will do what you require. Inkscape is a free, multi-platform program which has a "trace bitmap" feature in the Path menu.
Some details were lost as I did not adjust any of the default parameters. The process took about ten to fifteen seconds to accomplish.
The result will be an SVG (vector) image, but you can export the image to PNG via the file ...
A free open source program available for Windows, Mac and Linux known as Kdenlive will likely allow you to accomplish your goal.
A quick search shows that it contains a feature called automasking. Accompanying that feature is a tracking function that provides the movement of the pixelation or blocking you reference.
There are other resources than the ...
To convert MKV to M4V on PC, there are so many software can do this, including VLC, Handbrake, DRmare Video Converter, FFmpeg, etc.
When it comes to choosing which one, you can try them one by one and get the most suitabe choice. Hope this can help you here. All of them can convert MKV to M4V without compressing the output quality.
Windows 8 and 10 have a built-in virus scanner called Windows Defender, accessible in the Windows Security app. (Previous versions of Windows can download Microsoft Security Essentials while they are still supported.) It is free and doesn’t have any ads. It is also well-integrated with Windows, so it shouldn’t take up many resources.