This is a short guide to how you can stitch together several images into a big one. Most people have experienced admiring a view and then wanting to take a picture of it. The problem though; not quite getting all of it in the same picture. It’s hard to get everything your eyes see into the camera’s viewfinder. How far can you back off before you fall of the mountain?
There are several solutions, and the one I will focus mostly on here is in the software department. Note that others might be better choices for a specific situation.
Getting your movies or TV-series from a DVD or Blu-ray might be getting less necessary due to streaming services like Netflix, HBO Go/Nordic and other digital rental services like iTunes and Headweb, but many people still use physical media. Even more likely, people have lots of DVDs laying around. Getting this content to your smartphone, tablet or other units is often what you’d want. To make a digital copy from your DVD or Blu-ray isn’t that difficult, but it might be difficult to find a good program for the job – so here’s some tips.
Looking through some old folders of images and small clips from my now retired Canon Powershot A620 I found some nice memories from me and my friends telemark skiing in and around the Hardanger region of Norway. Of course, this bunch of old movies was put together to collect these memories.
This is a short tutorial where we are going to make a simple game in Flash Action Script 3 (AS3), highlighting some easy, but powerful tricks into making an interactive experience which we can expand upon later – adding more advanced techniques.
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