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Take a look at SFML. It offers window creation, event handling, sprite drawing and is all pretty simple to use.


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You can: split into PNGs: e.g. with FFmpeg ffmpeg -i input.mov -r 0.25 output_%04d.png (to get a picture every four seconds in this example). resize the PNGs: e.g. with ImageMagick: mogrify -resize 30x30% *.png (to 30% in this example) Create APNG file from a bunch of PNGs: e.g. using APNG Edit. To add text to an image using ImageMagick, see http://www....


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You can use VirtualDub APNG Mod: free and open source it is a VirtualDub Mod so you have access to all VirtualDub features such as changing the FPS or change dimensions (i.e. resize): handle APNG: compatible with major video formats such as .mkv files: you need to download some import plugins/filters. I personally use the FFMPEG Input Driver (32-bit, I ...


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Ezgif now supports video to APNG conversions. http://ezgif.com/video-to-apng You can upload any video format supported by ffmpeg, and select duration, resolution and frames per second.


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One approach: Convert video to images Concatenate images


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The Website Checker site allows you to simply paste the text of your raw SVG into a box and then preview & download the resulting image as PNG or JPEG.


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Besides gdal2tiles, you could use vips. Details are in here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/51852934/10168903 If you want a GUI based solution, you could use Photoshop or Microsoft Image Composite Editor. You would need a plugin from zoomable.ca though.


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You could use gdal2tiles to generate an image pyramid that leaflet or openlayers can use to display your image in a browser. There is a fairly comprehensive tutorial or a github project that wraps the code for plain images like yours and generates the required html page.


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I understand you are searching for a free or open source library to perform this conversion task. If you do not find a free library that meets your expectations there is a paid alternative available that you could use to complete this in as few as 3 lines of code using the LEADTOOLS Java SDK. Below is a small snippet of code of how this would be converted to ...


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TwelveMonkeys ImageIO The TwelveMonkeys ImageIO library can write TGA format, using the standard ImageIO API. It is free, open source software, released under BSD license. Input can be pretty much any image format supported by an ImageIO plugin, such as JPEG, PNG, TIFF or many more. Minimal code sample: public static void main(String[] args) throws ...


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Consider using the DocumentConverter class from the Leadtools.Document.Sdk Nuget Package. You can use this class to take in your SVG as an input file and convert it to a number of supported Image and document formats, including PNG. (Disclaimer: I am an employee of this package’s vendor). The C# code to use this would look like the following: using (...


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With convert: ls -1 *.jpg | xargs -n 1 bash -c 'convert "$0" "${0%.jpg}.png"' with mogrify (note that is part of imagemagick, but could work yor you): mogrify -format png /path/*.jpg With parallel: parallel convert '{}' '{.}.png' ::: *.jpg


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The imagemagick tools can do this for you - read both answers provided on this question https://stackoverflow.com/questions/6917219/imagemagick-scale-jpeg-image-with-a-maximum-file-size The first explains the quick way to do it. Note that you won't hit a precise max size, so give yourself some wiggle room. The second explains a great way to go about doing ...


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I use a cross platform app called Adapter. You can drop a collection of files on the app and it will convert them all to what you selected. Adapter can be found here.


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If you have experience using any Windows programming language, such as C# or VB.NET, you could use an advanced imaging library such as LEADTOOLS to easily perform the conversion in your own program (Disclaimer: I'm an employee of its vendor). If you'd like to try, there's a free evaluation edition on www.leadtools.com. Even if you're not a hard-core ...


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The Cairo graphics library has C++ bindings; that might interest you. Also... Not something you can use right now, but the C++ standards committee (WG21) has a subgroup, SG14, focusing on game development and low-latency capabilities. One of their issues of interest is 2D graphics capabilities as part of the language standard. A recorded presentation from ...


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You can use ImageMagick from the montage command line facilities to size and arrange into a grid as a mosaic from the command line - the good news is that you are not restricted to one size or format of input format. Note that to minimise the waste of paper and ease cutting out you are probably best using 9 (3x3) or 12 (3x4) grids. Montage can be told to ...


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I believe there is a version of Krita specifically for animation. Search for "Krita Animation Release" for the latest version. I am not an animator, but I use Krita for static doodling. Good Luck.


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Using LaTeX You could design the diploma with LaTeX, and programmatically fill out the dynamic fields. Then you could make a system call to pdflatex from Java and have the diploma generated. This solution is powerfull and easy - but probably only if you know LaTeX. There is stackexchange community though: https://tex.stackexchange.com/


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You can do this with some simple javascript that adds text after each image. I have created a jsFiddle for you: https://jsfiddle.net/suterma/7npbxxkg/5/ However, positioning of the text is a bit difficult, and, the image is not physically altered. So, when a user right-clicks to download/view the image, the text is gone.


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I can happily recommend two programs to do this: IrfanView will allow you to quickly page back and forth between your scans. As long as you also install the Paint plugin, you can press F12 to perform quick edits such as adding underlines. XnView will also allow you to quickly page back and forth between pages of your scans. The Paint option (located under ...


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Vector Magic is the best image to vector program in my humble opinion. Here is an example jpg that I have vectorized in the following image using Vector Magic: Here is a zoomed area of the resultant vector. Vector Magic give great flexibility to choose the number of colors and the degree of vectorization. In this example I chose 3 main colors, black, ...


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