29 Aug

OneShot simple program to annotate images

first_imgOneShot: simple program to annotate images by Martin Brinkmann on September 19, 2017 in Software – Last Update: September 18, 2017 – 3 commentsYou may use the free OneShot for Windows program to annotate images, for instance by adding text or arrow icons to them.If you use a screenshot tool like SnagIt or one of the free screenshot taking alternatives, you may have access to annotation and image editing tools already.The same is true if you use an image editor like GIMP, Paint.net or Adobe Photoshop. Image editors are powerful, but they may also be overkill depending on what you want to achieve.Most editors are quite large and at least some features are difficult to get right when you are using them.OneShotOneShot is a simple image editor that offers similar functionality as the image editing component of screenshot programs.You can load an image or capture a screenshot, and use the provided editing tools afterwards to edit the image.Available tools include adding arrows and various shapes to the image, adding text and lines, or using the cropping tool.This is not a sophisticated image editor that supports layers, effects and all the advanced features that editors ship with these days; OneShot is simple, and that is definitely something that is attractive to users who don’t require a full blown image with thousands of options.Then again, the program may be too simple in some cases. You cannot drag and drop images to load them for instance, but need to use the load option or screenshot option to do so.There is no zoom as well so that you end up with only a small part of large resolution images visible on the screen (depending on the screen resolution of course).With all that said however, it may still be useful as an editor to annotate screenshots for instance, or to quickly add some text or shapes to an image before sharing it online.Closing WordsOneShot is a basic image editor for Windows. It is lightweight and open source, and compatible with all recent versions of the Windows operating system.The last update dates back to August 2015. This is an indicator that the program may have been abandoned by its author. It did work fine however on a recent Windows 10 Pro system.Summary12345 Author Rating4.5 based on 2 votes Software Name OneShotOperating System WindowsSoftware Category MultimediaLanding Page https://sourceforge.net/projects/oneshot/ Advertisementlast_img read more

11 Aug

Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk 13

first_imgArizona Cardinals wide receiver Christian Kirk (13) makes a touchdown catch as San Francisco 49ers defensive back Tyvis Powell (30) defends during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 28, 2018, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Humphries regressed a bit in 2018 after a stellar (but shortened) 2018,  but he was still effective in a league where offensive line talent is hard to come by. His 72.2 run-blocking grade ranked 11th among tackles, and he committed only two penalties on 500-plus snaps. Other top-graded performers include linebacker Markus Golden (74.3 in 2016), cornerback Budda Baker (72.5 in 2017) and wide receiver Christian Kirk (70.3 in 2018).All three were second round picks in 2015, 2017 and 2018, respectively.Related LinksBarnwell: Cardinals need to address the offensive line this offseasonCardinals HC Kliff Kingsbury on QB talk: ‘It comes with the territory’“Kirk was the third-highest graded rookie wideout in 2018 behind 43 receptions on 65 targets,” PFF said. “That production should carry over relatively seamlessly into 2019, as the Cardinals’ offense will likely see upgrades at key positions.”The Cardinals’ worst-graded top picks since 2015 were all first round selections.Josh Rosen, who the Cardinals traded up for to take 10th in the 2018 draft, had a team-low grade of 49.1 in 2018. It’s the worst career-best season for any NFC West first or second round pick since 2015.Arizona’s 2016 and 2017 first rounders — defensive lineman Robert Nkemdiche and linebacker Haason Reddick — have also struggled. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Reddick’s career-high single season grade was 61.3 in 2018 while Nkemdiche’s 2018 season netted him a grade of 59.5.Hope that Reddick can still live up to his billing as the No. 13 pick in 2017 is still there, though.From PFF:Reddick is on the right path to living up to his first-round billing. He allowed just 8.6 yards per reception in 2018 (18th), a facet linebackers tend to struggle in. And as a pass rusher, his 18 quarterback pressures tied for eighth among linebackers.center_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Since 2015, the Arizona Cardinals have drafted seven players in either the first or second rounds of the NFL Draft.Pro Football Focus graded all of them for the Cardinals in that time and some have lived up to their potential, while others have fallen short.Offensive tackle D.J. Humphries had the highest overall single season grade of the seven, scoring an 81.7 on a scale from 0 to 100 during the 2017 season.More on Humphries, the 24th overall pick in 2015: Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 10 Comments   Share   last_img read more