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This website is of a very mixed and confusing nature and some of the pages are more of a personal notebook than it should be. If you do manage to find something useful in here i'm pleased though.

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09-Dec-2017 22:14

Joachim - Enceladus Tube EQ

Added a new tube mode which is slightly less harsh and wild than the current "tube" mode which is now called "Tubes II". Also, harmonics added by the bass bands (top most bands) should no longer be re-boosted by the treble (lower) bands. Tube-like sounding parametric equalizer with three bands. Each band has both the classic adjustments: Boost/cut, frequency and bandwidth, and on top of those, there's also a "mode" and a "drive" parameter. When "drive" is set to 0% it behaves like most other digital EQs. But as soon as drive is above zero, the "Mode" has an effect and controls how the harmonics of the boost will be. It works slightly weird for cutting, so when ducking (boosting by a negative amount) please set Drive to 0% or you will get some fairly odd results. Also, when you increase the amount of boost, you may have to decrease the amount of drive, or vice versa. Boosting in a more rich and beefy way is the main purpose of this plugin. More...
05-Dec-2017 17:20
Today marks the 15th anniversary of the formal creation of Matroska. The project was created on Sourceforge on the 6th of December 2002. A lot has happened since Matroska was just an idea of a multimedia format with some specs and no code. The small community project has become a major player over the years and his now used by millions if not billions of people. You can now play Matroska files on your TV, your phone, your computer, your Blu-ray player and even on YouTube which uses WebM, a derivative of Matroska, when serving VP9 video in Chrome and Firefox. The format continues to grow with recent additions for HDR and 360 videos. It is currently standardized at the IETF in the CELLAR group alongside EBML (it's parent file format developed at the same time), FFV1 a lossless video codec, and FLAC the lossless audio codec. It is still on the bleeding edge of new technologies as the first public demo of the upcoming AV1 video codec of the Alliance for Open Media done by Mozilla and Bitmovin was done using Matroska. There is still plenty to come and you are welcome to join the CELLAR group or help us on GitHub to help with the Matroska specifications and the EBML specifications.
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03-Dec-2017 11:53

New picture

Image tags: clouds on jupiter, jupiter, space

02-Dec-2017 16:27

New picture

Image tags: DQCSLqNVQAIhJNc.jpg large, poti1990, fan art, anime

01-Dec-2017 16:36

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: joachips beer tasting event, beer, misc

29-Nov-2017 21:11
Artist's illustration of a hot Jupiter

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

The massive exoplanet WASP-18b seems to have a smothering stratosphere loaded with carbon monoxide and devoid of water. More...
21-Nov-2017 21:11

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

A bevy of color images was assembled to produce the mission's final end-to-end look at the planet and its rings. More...
21-Nov-2017 05:00


Ooh, now you can get 3D printed planets and comets: http://www.shapeways.com/shops/yo3d  #planet #space #astro #geek More...
20-Nov-2017 21:11
Artist's concept of interstellar asteroid 1I/2017 U1

Jet Propulsion Laboratory / NASA:

New data reveal first detected interstellar object to be a rocky, and up to one-quarter mile (400 meters) long and highly-elongated-perhaps 10 times as long as it is wide. More...
18-Nov-2017 23:05

New picture by Joachip

Image tags: no profile, working sRGB, output noICM, Color space settings, RawTherapee


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