I have a lot of scanned images and images/photos I'm working on with
multiple versions. When I print them (using various programs), all I
get is the image and, often, it's difficult to tell which image came
from which file. This is particularly frustrating with my (27K) photos
when I have a print and want another copy and can't find it.
YouTube just announced that it is now making it easier for video creators to translate their video captions to more than 300 languages by integrating the YouTube Video Manager with the Google Translator Toolkit. It’s important to note that these are not the automatic caption translations that YouTube currently makes available for about 50 languages.
A new app has just launched on the App Store, looking to give parents a better way to store memorable photos of their kids. Given the fact that we’re in a digital era, it only makes sense that parents would want to store photos of their children digitally, rather than storing physical photos in drawers, much like my childhood was recorded.
Been searching left and right and I can't seem to find the answer....
I use Picasa, and all uploaded albums to picasaweb have synced nicely with my phone and my Nexus 7 tablet. I go to the Gallery App, and everything is right there. Photos I took with the phone, downloads, picasa, screenshots, etc. All from the gallery app.
The Canonical Software registration page within the operating system demands that the user fill in a caption. Unfortunately, the captions are all messed-up. I can't distinguish any of the letters. This feature urgently needs a fix. Indecipherable captions result in the end user being locked out of the service.
Are you interested in a Samsung Galaxy S III, but put off by any colors other than black? If so, Samsung may have a solution coming to market that will meet your requirements. Over on their Facebook page, in an album showing off the Galaxy S III at the London 2012 Olympic Games, Samsung has posted some photos showing a black Galaxy S III.
I am a pretty much of a novice with Ubuntu, but slowly learning as I go along. I am switching from WIN 7. I want to use the 'convert' utility to add captions to photos. These photos are on a USB HDD. I cannot seem to access these files in terminal. (GUI is no problem but the convert program must run in Terminal).