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Pes 2010 Img Files

This program allow the user to convert normal image files 1284x722, to konami format.1) Create ur menu with 1284x722 and save it on .bmp extension.2) Rename it to menu.bmp, then save on program folder.3) Execute ImgConvertorbyFabim.exe, then the new image will be created.Programmed on Allegro C++ !

Pes 2010 Img Files


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Intuitive zonal defending will cover spaces and players need to look constantly for new ways to attack.

The third official mod of the CROPES community, CROPES HNL Patch for Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 once again adds T-Com 1. HNL (first Croatian national league), as well as proper names for all players, teams and competitions, 1. Bundesliga, music, chants, kits, Master League sponsors, graphical additions and intro.

- added import of commentary and market price from the OF2- player comparison ( player can be compared to the OF2 player, 3 modes included- by player's name, ID or OF index # )- improved conversion of positions from PSD- fixed bug in export from overview window- added XML tweak file recorder ( no more boring XML writting in text editor )- fixed bug in removing of player from team ( thx GOAL )- updating of weight, height and position in multiple FM update are optional- full DLC 1.06 + 1.07 support- new merge tool with delimiter setting- added support for relink of extra faces in dt0f.img file ( define count of extra slots in editor.exe.config )- added function remove callnames for all players- import emblems from OF2- team import from OF2 via context menu ( 4 modes- players, formations etc. )- added option file configuration ( editor remembers team nationality and type of team national, club etc. )- more tooltips- more functionality from the context menu ( swap players, adding prefix or suffix to the player names, clear or fill team with free agents )- updated callname list ( thx GOAL )- updated growt type list ( thx joserruiz )- configuration files moved to CFG folder and .CFG extensions were added- added simply logger of exceptions- global adjustment of growth types- global setting of attack/defence awareness based on player's stats- added intstaller- other minor changes, bugfixing, code clean-up

WebP was first announced by Google on 30 September in 2010 as a new open format for lossy compressed true-color graphics on the web, producing files that were smaller than JPEG files for comparable image quality.[8] It was based on technology which Google had acquired with the purchase of On2 Technologies.[9] As a derivative of the VP8 video format, it is a sister project to the WebM multimedia container format.[10] WebP-related software is released under a BSD free software license.[11]

On 3 October 2011,[12] Google added an "Extended File Format"[13] allowing WebP support for animation, ICC profile, XMP and Exif metadata, and tiling (compositing very large images from maximum 1638416384 tiles). Older animated GIF files can be converted to animated WebP.

In 2019, Google released a free plug-in that enables WebP support in earlier versions of Adobe Photoshop.[52] Free Photoshop plug-ins had been released by Telegraphics and fnordware before that.[53][54] GIMP up to version 2.8 also supported WebP via a plugin;[55] later, this plugin was shipped in GIMP 2.9 branch, and received multiple improvements.[56] Google has also released a plug-in for Microsoft Windows[57] that enables WebP support in Windows Photo Viewer, Microsoft Office 2010, FastPictureViewer,[58] and any other application that uses Windows Imaging Component.[59] Blender supports WebP since version 3.2.[60]

In September 2010, Fiona Glaser, a developer of the x264 encoder, wrote a very early critique of WebP.[22] Comparing different encodings (JPEG, x264, and WebP) of a reference image, she stated that the quality of the WebP-encoded result was the worst of the three, mostly because of blurriness on the image. Her main remark was that "libvpx, a much more powerful encoder than ffmpeg's jpeg encoder, loses because it tries too hard to optimize for PSNR" (peak signal-to-noise ratio), arguing instead that "good psycho-visual optimizations are more important than anything else for compression".[22]

This annual report for 2010 summarizes the major accomplishments, lists of deliverables, and outlines the work plan for 2011 for the EDEN project. The EDEN's primary deliverable and product continues to be the EDENweb ( eden); the project website that provides all data, results, documentation, and other project information for EDEN users.

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Existing maps of mangrove extent (e.g., Giri et al. [1]) were used as masks to collect training data for a new mangrove baseline. However, some of these datasets are in excess of a decade old and losses and gains in mangrove extent were removed and added to the training mask, respectively. The Giri et al. [1] (2011), WCMC updated map of mangroves (2011) [1] and World Atlas of Mangroves [34] (2010) datasets, were combined and edited at each location to form a comprehensive training library for mangroves representing all species and types. The world atlas of mangroves [33] was not incorporated due to the inaccuracy of the mangrove extent at the study site locations.

The classified extent successfully identified areas of mangrove that were omitted in the map of Giri et al. [1]. For example, at Riau, Indonesia (Figure 5) a number of false negative errors were present along the coastline accompanied by a series of false positives inland, likely to be due to cloud cover in the Landsat imagery. Despite the lack of training data for the southern portion of this region provided by the existing mask, we successfully classified all mangroves, including mangrove fringes along the coast and inland along the banks of rivers. The total mangrove area mapped for the Riau region was 25.9% larger than that classified in Giri et al. [1], with our study classifying a greater quantity of mangrove on the landward margin of the mangrove. The larger area of mangrove classified is also attributed to mangrove gain at the study site between 2000 and 2010.

Mangrove baselines were updated from the existing global extent by over a decade using a globally applicable approach. The method successfully mapped mangrove extent without the requirement for modification at each study site, representing a single holistic and globally applicable approach to mangrove mapping. This method was able to achieve accuracies in excess of 90% and was able to improve upon the existing mangrove dataset [1], by successfully mapping previously omitted portions of extent (Figure 5). The method was not limited to the extent of existing datasets and was able to demonstrate this by classifying mangrove extent outside of currently mapped baselines. This offers an advantage over existing monitoring systems [25] whist simultaneously improving the mangrove baseline at those discrete locations, at a comparable resolution to existing maps [1]. The accuracy of the mangrove baseline at Baia de Todos os Santos, French Guiana and Mozambique were not significant due to the lower accuracies of the baselines. These baselines are not as reliable as those significant at p 80%) and the overall classification accuracy of 92.8% maintains that the method was robust for mapping mangrove extent at the global scale. The accuracy and scale (1 ha) of the generated maps ensure that they are suitable for informing both local and regional management strategies, whilst satisfying the requirements for global initiatives, including Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) schemes [6]. The baseline year (2010) was chosen as to coincide with the best available data, subsequently yielding an updated but not up-to-date baseline. The baseline should therefore be considered as the initial stage (t0) of a monitoring system and as the most recent but not final product. The development of an automated processing chain positions this work as the primary method for use in generating an updated global mangrove baseline map, such as within the Global Mangrove Watch project [40] required by the research community, stakeholders and local mangrove initiatives.

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