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hm, I can't think of any program that would give you the greater clarity you'd be looking for. That kind of thing is probably more for government, etc, not public use, unfortunately. Any kind of high powered program like that won't be easy to find.
enlarging isn't hard, just open the photo up in photoshop or similar program and increase the image size. The problem will be making the license number understandable ^^; It' be more helpful if I had an idea of what kind of picture it is and just how small the license plate is.
My dad is a lawyer and he needs this 4 a case>.> , I can't really say how small the license is , so it can be done with a photo editing program , i heard something about pixel sharpening from a friend of mine . I'll ask him for the photo who knows maybe I'll be able to do this somehow. Thanks anyway
A lot of the state of the art photo editing programs need a very powerfull computer...
As LadyHatake said... some of those programs that you see in the movies are for goverments or for police use... also they are very expensive. Sme of those programs also are fake... used only for the tv show or the movie. Hollywood is never a good reference for reality.
Try using photoshop... maybe you can ask somebody here in MangaHelpers in the Scanlator Central
sorry to say that as far as im aware its impossible to do this kind of thing out side of movies. Its all to do with the pixal ratio of the image, when its on the computer theres only a certain amount of times you can zoom in and even when you zoom in you can make the image any clearer to the point where you can make things out in more detail
Is any body a programmer i have a favor to ask.
Last edited by lbum; July 06, 2007 at 07:40 PM.
Hope I can help---I've covered a bit of Java, C#, and Visual Logic.
I know basic C++, C#, and Java.
I know C, C++, and Java XD hehe....
Let's say I have a song in mp3 format(not split trax) and I want to split the background music to make it into an instrumental song. Is it possible? If it is possible, which software do I need to do it? Sometimes songs are nicer without the words..
afaik, it's possible but quite hard since it must be done manually...i think...
think of it like a customized video editing job.....more trouble (moneywise and time-wise) than its worth....trust me....
the next best alternative is to get a midi file version of the song. it's what they use in karaoke and polytones in not so recent cellphones btw....
the good thing with midi files is you can use notation viewer/editors and see the notes and the entire score (with several tracks/instruments) of the song and print it out!!! good for budding musicians who want to learn.
This is the best free software I know for Audio messings
Good luck with what you're trying to do, not sure if I helped.
All you can hope to do is suppress the range of frequencies in the song that correspond with the human voice. This will also, however, suppress any music that is also in that frequency range.
Oh noes! my lappy is starting to get screwey and i dunno what to do!
I was wondering if anyone in the forums could help me out with this problem
So, i play wow quite a lot, and i've never had problems up untill last week. For some reason, there are times when my lappy crashes and i get a BSOD saying that i've experienced a hardware malfuction which they call a "Memory Parity Error". I have no friggin idea wtf it is, and i really need to get it fixed so that i can raid properly can anyone help me out?
Any help would be greatly appreciated off to bed....for now...
Intel Centrino T2500 (dual core, 2.00ghz)
XP pro with SP2
nVidia GeForce Go 7900GS
2GB memory (DEll OEM)
Toshiba MK9032GSX HDD
i also use The Shield firewall and scanner, CCleaner, and i defrag and scan weekly
Last edited by Azurel; March 20, 2008 at 11:02 AM. Reason: Merged
Here is a link to the page on PC Guide's website detailing what a "memory parity error" is, along with other info that might be useful.