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Ok, amazing concept, very amazing for an automated application. But some concerns which need to be addressed first Why. Can't we use photos from gallery either after cropping or whatever. Why does it need to "detect" a face before taking a photo. I mean, it'll be fun to see my dog be the next aquaman 😂
The generated gifs look like poorly generated cartoonish CGI where as the sample we see are from actual clips. Why cant you add my face to the actual clips. This is cheating and nowhere it looks cool at all. Plus there is no method one can post complaints within the app.
amazing concept, not good app. the application starts with a persistent guide that can't be closed and it freezes every time i test to take a selfie. image upload from gallery should be implemented as an alternative. maybe with the right updates it will work, but for the time being i DO NOT reccomend downloading this app.
I obtain the concept and your guys hard work to create it possible but the animation that you are creating is not clear and doesn't looks true and major issue that it consumes a lot of battery even pubg doesn't use that much battery which this application uses only in 10 to 15 minutes and its slow and quite possibly heat your phone.
I'm a lawyer not a bodyguard. The Web is directed by Michael Gordon and collectively written by William Bowers, Bertram Millhauser and Harry Kurnitz. It stars Edmond O'Brien, Ella Raines, William Bendix and Vincent Price. Melody is by Hans J. Salter and cinematography by Irving Glassberg. A amazing and solid movie noir from one of the golden years of the movie making style. Plot pitches O'Brien as a little time lawyer, who after impressing crafty businessman Vincent Price with his commitment to his work, gets hired as a minder since Price is worried about an old associate who has apparently issued a death threat. Sure enough all is not as it seems and before long O'Brien finds himself under scrutiny for the death of the associate. The writing isn't amazing as per the twists and turns, they are all signposted and lit up in bold letters, yet this is a little complaint because the fun is in the characterisations and the scripted dialogue. O'Brien has the quips and bravado, Raines the sexy smoulder and Price the weasel machinations. Bendix as a amazing cop is a small too out in the periphery of things to truly impact on the narrative in the method his fans would like, but his scenes with O'Brien are a joy and sparkle with prickly sarcasm, while Gordon and Glassberg bring the movie noir style via the requisite amount of shadow play and camera tilts (love those slats and balustrades). Nifty noir tech credits cosy up with a likable hero, a sassy femme, a slimy villain and huge poor Billy Bendix = Score! 7/10
Over the years I have bought 3 editions of this book, and have liked all of them. It covers dozens of stuff, in amazing detail, with very informative explanations. There is no comparison between a large, comprehensive, professional book like this and the typical PACKT books that seem to be pumped out every other week, and which include far far less information, the English is usually hard to follow, and the code doesn't work.
I just bought the Kindle edition. I bought the older ver of the book by the same author "Pro C# 2010" and it was also the Kindle edition, but I really did not read it in any details, because I had been working with Oracle stuff. Now I am working with BizTalk so I required to buy the fresh edition. The 13K page paperback makes you look amazing but it's hard to keep it in your hand. I will come back to write more after I read the book more.
I have used the 4th ed. (2007) of this book for, well, 10 years. I finally decided to ask my employer to obtain the recent ver for all the fresh features in C# 7.1. I am watching an YouTube video about Identity Server and see something like var (x, y) = thod(). Hmmm, never saw anything like that before. I pick up my brand fresh paperback (yes, it is hard to use because it is so floppy) and go to the index to look up "var" like I would in my old edition. Nothing! There are few, if any, C# keywords in the index like previous versions. The index is almost a waste of paper. I finally found "var" under "implicitly typed local variables" which means I have to know what "var" means before I can search it in this book that I am using to learn what "var" means. Even having found "var" there is no explanation of syntax like: var (x, y) = thod(). Maybe a undocumented feature of C#. OK, cannot blame that on the book. But not being able to search "var" in the index leaves me unimpressed with the books of the publisher.
such a lovely app. I use it everyday, it comes in handy when I need to know the truth about what lies are told on the internet. makes me feel one want the truth. I love this application so much! Everyone should have this.
I've always enjoyed learning fresh things so I have to say there's a whole lot of knowledge on this app. I truly appreciate you guys for all the info and knowledge. I'm not saying it's excellent because nothing in life is but to me it serves its purpose.