Perl Package Search provides a fast and elegant interface for searching and browsing the huge amounts of packages available for CPAN.
Perl Package Search is a Perl script which provides you with a way to search and browse over 30,000 currently available Perl packages on CPAN. It does so without the need to install any Perl packages locally, and it has no dependencies on any other CPAN modules.
Perl Package Search can search any package on CPAN in just a few clicks, and provide a list of the basic information you can use to browse the package, as well as advanced information like descriptions, files and bug reports.
The only thing you need to download is a Perl Package Search installer script. You can download it from here.
The basic features of this script are:
Searching of all currently available Perl packages on CPAN
Provides an interface which makes searching and browsing much easier than with the standard CPAN Search and the CPAN Meta-Search utilities.
Supports Perl 5.14.1 and newer
Allows you to limit your search to packages on CPAN that are maintained by a certain person, or that match a certain name.
Allows you to limit your search to packages which you have uploaded to CPAN recently.
Provides a breadcrumb trail through all the pages of search results.
Provides a link to the package info page.
Allows you to search only packages that are part of a certain CPAN module.
Provides a link to the module’s home page.
Allows you to view, download, or report bugs for every package.
Allows you to display a list of all matching packages and their URLs.
Allows you to list all the packages and their features using a single search query.
Allows you to view the files of a package.
Allows you to view the files of a package whose URL you provide.
Allows you to view the complete file history of a package.
Allows you to view the latest version history of a package.
Allows you to download files of a package.
Allows you to download a package whose URL you provide.
Allows you to export your search results to a Perl script.
Allows you to import search results from a Perl script.
Enables you to select a package based on any of its features and its description.
Allows you to view a list of all the package’s features.
Allows you to view a list of all the different descriptions that a package has
Keymacro provides you with the same functionality as a graphical text editor, but in a more secure and convenient way. You can edit and/or create new keymap files, add new mappings, fix errors, and more.
This keymacro tool includes five editing modes, each of which is different in what they can do.
These are simply:
* View: Display the keymap in a text editor window.
* Edit: Edit the current keymap in an already opened text editor window.
* Create: Create a new keymap file in a text editor window.
* Convert: Convert an existing keymap file into another format.
* Symlink: Convert an existing keymap file into a symbolic link.
The application itself is quite simple, but at times, a few things might be difficult to figure out. We recommend that you read the documentation before you begin to use the software.
What you can do with it
The keymacro software can be used in order to:
* Edit existing keymap files.
* Create new keymap files.
* View keymaps.
* Create new mappings.
* Import/export mappings.
* View the current keymap.
* Export the current keymap in a different format.
* Create/convert keymap files.
* Add new mappings to keymaps.
* Convert keymaps between different formats.
* Convert keymaps into a symbolic link.
* Export the current keymap as a symbolic link.
* View the most recent log messages.
* Edit the current keymap in an already opened text editor window.
* View/edit/create new keymaps.
* Convert existing keymap files into other formats.
* Export existing keymaps as a different format.
* Convert keymap files into a symbolic link.
* Create/edit new mappings in the current keymap.
* Import/export mappings from keymaps.
* Convert mappings in the current keymap into a symbolic link.
* Edit/convert existing keymaps.
* Export keymap files as a symbolic link.
* Convert keymap files into a symbolic link.
* Export the current keymap as a different format.
Besides the software’s basic functions, it also has a number of features which are great to have:
* Add/edit new mappings in a
Poedit is a cross-platform software application that can be used in order to help individuals translate text from one language to another, edit or validate documents.
Virosoft Total Video Converter
Virosoft Total Video Converter is a software application that enables you to convert any type of video files to various formats and devices. It is a free video conversion tool that can be used to convert audio, video and image files.
The app supports the following features:
Full video resolution: from 480i to 1080p, video frame size from 640×480 to 2560×1920
Output devices: smartphones, tablet, digital TV, web TV, Blu-ray player, USB camera, projector
Efficient and easy to use
With this tool, converting video to other formats and devices is a breeze, all you need to do is connect your device to the PC and start the conversion. There is also an option to preview the output video on the screen before converting.
Platform support: Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10
User friendly interface
You don’t need to become a master in video file conversion to use the software application, as it comes with a user-friendly interface. The app uses a straightforward and easy-to-navigate interface, with functional icons at the bottom of the interface.
Guide for a video convert with Total Video Converter
Step 1. Open the Total Video Converter
Launch the application and connect your device with the PC
After connecting the device, you will be directed to the main page of the application, which will display details about your device
Click on Convert
Step 2. Import videos and click Start
Click Import button in order to import the video files to be converted
Click the Convert button to start the conversion process
Step 3. Select output devices and settings
To set the output settings for the video you will be converting, click Settings button
Set the desired resolution, frame size and bit rate. For instance, if you want to get the video as high-definition video, then set the resolution as 1920×1080. If you want to convert it into smaller resolutions, set the resolution as 720p, for instance
Step 4. Check the output device and start the conversion
It is possible to preview the output video on the screen before converting. Simply click the Playback
Postflight is a program that allows you to adjust the settings on your camera. You can adjust the ISO, white balance, red eye, and a few other settings.
The program will give you a list of options. It allows you to select the settings that you want to adjust, and then to adjust those settings by pressing your selection.
You can also add and delete settings.
The program also allows you to search for your settings, and then to adjust the settings you want. This is an advantage because you will be able to adjust your settings in a quick way.
It is also possible to add and delete settings, using the “Add” and “Delete” buttons.
Postflight is a very useful program because it is very user friendly. It will be able to adjust the ISO, white balance, and other settings, quickly and in an effective way.
From the review above, Postflight is a very useful program, with some of the best features that this program offers.
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Very detailed review as always. I have been using Postflight on my old Canon 2000D for years. You can see how it has evolved. I wonder if the current features are at parity with the new DSLR models.
I had to update the PC-only version of Postflight in the previous review. So, I have put it on the table again.
I found that the PC version of the program can now be updated to the newest version.
I actually just bought one of those Canon 60D’s a month ago, after trying to find the software that would let me use my zoom-capable Canon 50D lens on the 60D without spending $$$ on a separate adapter. Worked out well, but a little pricy at $450, but can’t beat the functionality of the program.
Dismal is the word to describe the results of this review. I should have known better than to even bother reading it. Another typical promotional piece from a professional photographer to an aspiring photographer who’s just getting started. I have NO respect for DPreview nor its owner/editor Jason Crane.
Mac OSX 10.5 or later, Windows 7 or later
Apple TV 2 (HD) only. Apple TV 2 (HD) is required. Apple TV 2 (HD) is not supported on Apple TV 3 or 4
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or later, AMD Athlon II or later
RAM: 2 GB recommended
1024×768 or higher resolution display, 1680×1050 or higher resolution supported
Please note: The Apple TV 2 (HD) requires an HD capable television set to output 1080p.