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Saved by uncleflo on January 6th, 2019.
Here, I’m taking a look at various RF settings in Handbrake, both in terms of visuals and filesize. I started with encodes from the “24” DVD (Season 6, Episode 1). If you have the same DVD and are looking to reproduce this test, the following settings were used: I tested the following RF values (listed in Handbrake under “Constant Quality”: 0, 10, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 I’ll start with a few screenshots at different RF values. There’s a video below too, but it comes with a bit of a caveat so might not show everything well for you. Pictures should work for nearly everyone. Note that the first one (RF0) is for reference (lossless). Worth noting that x264’s psychovisual enhancements (trellis, etc) do a pretty good job of keeping detail where you’d notice it (the face), at the expense of the stuff you normally wouldn’t notice while watching (like those background areas). Of course, this only goes so far – once the RF value is high enough, there’s no saving Jack’s facial features from the effects of compression!
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Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2018.
London vies with Hong Kong and Monaco for the unenviable title of the world's most expensive city for housing. The average house price in the English capital is now nearly £600,000 ($787,000), and a study from the charity Shelter found just 43 properties affordable to people on an average income. Several of these properties were houseboats. Life on London's 100-mile network of canals, or 42-mile stretch of the River Thames, has become a popular option for beleaguered citizens, and such homes can cost as little as £20,000 ($26,500). But as more people swap apartments for houseboats, the popular, romantic vision is giving way to a harsh reality.
Saved by uncleflo on May 9th, 2018.
Object Oriented Programming is an expensive disaster which must end. (written by lawrence krubner, however indented passages are often quotes). You can contact lawrence at: email@example.com. I work with a broad set of technologies, including PHP, NodeJS, Python, Ruby, PHP, Apex, Java and Clojure, and databases such as MySQL, PostGreSQL, Redis, ElasticSearch and MongoDB. I bring the perspective of someone who has been both an entrepreneur and a software developer. Having grown businesses from scratch, I have some experience with every aspect of development: marketing, design, technology, sales and raising funds.
Saved by uncleflo on September 19th, 2014.
Listed below are staff whose salaries and remuneration are published quarterly by the BBC. In 2009 it was agreed with the BBC Trust that the BBC would publish the salaries, total remuneration, Declaration of Personal Interests, expenses, gifts and hospitality for all senior managers who have a full time equivalent salary £150,000 or more or who sit on a major divisional board. This excludes commercially funded roles and graded employees temporarily acting up into a Senior Manager role.
Saved by uncleflo on September 15th, 2014.
To maintain our independence and flexibility, MSF relies on the general public for most of its funds. At all times, MSF directs at least 80% of its revenue to fund its programme activities. A minimum of 80 cents from every dollar is spent supporting field operations, which provide medical assistance to populations in distress around the world, and on bearing witness activities in Canada and overseas.
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Saved by uncleflo on July 16th, 2014.
One of the nice things about being your own boss is that you get absolute control over the direction your business is going, and sometimes that means you get to stop and help people out along the way. That is Raven's goal with our latest project, 'Go Create'. Go Create is a quick and easy way for Raven clients to get their web-presence set-up without the expense and inconvenience of having to procure a bespoke domain, or web hosting, as we handle all those fees for you. There are literally no charges, it is a thank you from Raven for your continued business. All you need to do is write to us to tell us what you want to use the space for (as in what type of site you are proposing uploading) and, if we approve (we are very liberally-minded but there are certain obvious restrictions, namely that it must be legal), we will create you your very own sub-domain, so your personalised URL would become your-name.go-create.co.uk.
Saved by uncleflo on February 13th, 2014.
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Saved by uncleflo on August 23rd, 2013.
Internships have received a lot of publicity lately, and not all of it has been good. There has been much public debate about graduates being exploited by employers who are reportedly using a rolling programme of unpaid placements as an alternative to taking on a salaried employee. There have also been reports of internships at top city firms being ‘auctioned off’ to the highest bidder and of young people being expected to work long hours without even their food and travel expenses being covered.
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