This tutorial shows you how you can create straight lines and circles with GIMP (Gimp – Open source image retouching and editing tool.). A straight line can be drawn using the Shift key, instead of relying on the imprecision of the mouse. A perfect circle can be drawn by setting the aspect ratio of an ellipse.
Let’s start by creating a new file. Open up Gimp, A window titled GNU Manipulation Program as seen below should pop up.
This tutorial shows you how you can create complex shapes such as filled squares, circles and free form shapes with GIMP (Gimp – Open source image retouching and editing tool.). Using the toolbox options we can control whether we have a rectangle or square and similarly an ellipse or circle. The toolbox also helps us pick the fill color for any shape.
Lets start by creating a new file. Open up Gimp, A window titled GNU Manipulation Program as seen below should pop up.
This tutorial shows you how easy red eye removal is using GIMP (Gimp – Open source image retouching and editing tool.). Red eye removal is so simple, it is just a matter of selecting the right filter.
First we need to locate a picture to remove red eye from. Do this by opening the picture needing edits: Go to File then Open…
Learn how to install and setup the QuickTime Player with this tutorial. The player is a free multimedia player. You can use it to view many kinds of files, including video, audio, still images, graphics, and virtual reality (VR) movies. QuickTime supports the most popular formats on the Internet for news, sports, education, movie trailers, and other entertainment. QuickTime is also a multimedia architecture that other applications can leverage. Some of the most popular software—such as iTunes, iMovie, and Final Cut Pro from Apple, as well as many third-party programs—uses the QuickTime architecture for important multimedia functions. These applications require QuickTime to be installed in order to function properly.
Watch this important tutorial to learn how to increase the firewall protection that comes with Windows. ZoneAlarm is a two-Way Firewall that makes your PC invisible to hackers and stops spyware from sending your data out to the Internet. ZoneAlarm replaces the default Windows firewall to provide true two way protection. Unlike the standard Windows firewall it does not assume that all outgoing traffic is harmless.
ZoneAlarm Free Firewall blocks viruses that antivirus alone misses, stops hackers attempting to break into your computer, and unlike the default Windows firewall, provides outbound firewall protection to stop spyware from phoning home and botnets from taking over your PC. ZoneAlarm Free Firewall is easy for anyone to use. It operates automatically, due to its powerful DefenseNet cloud service, so users are not interrupted with unnecessary alerts.