- Uncheck engines that do not use Page Titles
- Uncheck engines that do not use Images
Hi @sven – can you add an option in SER to add Exif data, alt text & title to images
I’m currently trying to use the OpenCv Lens Distortion plugin that comes installed by default with the Virtual Production example in Unreal 4.27 to try and create a camera undistortion texture for my camera. So far I have had no issue getting this to work with by manually setting the lens distortion parameters (K[1-6], P1, P2, etc.) but now I want to automatically generate this data using a series of images from my camera. To do this I threw together a blueprint (couldn’t get access to OpenCV from C++ scripts) that takes a directory, grabs all jpg files and feeds them into the calibrator.
Unfortunately no matter what I try the calibrator refuses to accept any of my test images, and since this is a blueprint I can’t really debug the problem any more, all I know is that the FeedImage node returns false for every image. I’ve tried searching for documentation or tutorials using OpenCV Lens Distortion but for some reason it is a completely undocumented feature besides a couple pages saying the nodes exist and 2 or 3 questions on this answer hub asking how to turn the distortion variables into a texture. If anyone knows what I might be missing please let me know.
Just for reference, here is a sample of one of my test images:
I was able to get OpenCV working directly in another program using a python script but I would like to have this working in Unreal to minimize the amount of programs needed. Obviously the functions are difference since Python deals directly with OpenCv while Unreal is using a blueprint wrapper but at least I know the images and calibrator settings should be valid.
I also want to mention I saw the Lens Distortion plugin mentioned in this post, but unfortunately it does not seem to have the ability to accept images to generate a lens distortion model, it simply builds one using the k1, k2, k3, p1, p2 parameters and camera matrix values.
All image assets need to be loaded for home page (not the case where each image is for a different page).
If I understand correctly, if each image gets stored in a different bucket Object, then we are opening a new HTTP connection for each download.
Will it be faster if I store all SVGs within the same object?
Is it worth considering gzip compression? (or any other kind of compression?)
I am trying to re-construct the camera logic of RE4 that is applied when the player aims a gun.
I have attached a hack to RE4 which enables the user to change the camera’s FOV. Because of that I already know that the FOV for aiming with a gun is 50. The FOV during normal gameplay is 75.
I have then taken 2 screenshots:
These are the 2 screenshots. The red frame indicates the area that is still visible when the player aims. As one can see, the left side is heavily cropped while the right side is not cropped at all. This makes me wonder what the logic is here.
I have tried to replicate this behaviour, but I don’t manage to make my scene look exactely like that.
I would therefore like to ask if there is perhaps a mathematical approach that I can use to calculate the camera position offset that is being applied when the player aims his gun.
woocommerce_variation_options_pricing hook and
woocommerce_wp_text_input(), I can add an custom text field into a variable product. But, how to add an additional image or even a few, and display them in the product card?
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I use WP Offload Media Lite plugin to offload upload image to S3. I use raw S3 URL (not CDN) and choose remove file in server option. Then I use EWWW Image Optimizer plugin to convert image on S3 to .webp format. I run bulk optimize and there are .webp copies on S3. Then I choose JS Webp Rewriting to delivery .webp to my site (because I use Nginx) and it works well. But my partner request me deliver .webp to WP Rest api too. Because when he call :
http://domain.com/wp-json/wp/v2/posts?_embed&slug=this-is-post-slug (GET) , it returns response that has only .jpeg, not .webp. I’m not familiar with WP rest api. How could I do that?
Say I have a page with a main image of a product at the top and several related product images at bottom. When I google the main product, the google search results also show up the main product image and also the related product images, claiming to be the main product. Is there a way I can stop google from crawling certain images on the page, by adding a tag to the images I don’t want google to crawl, like a no-crawl?
I am very talented for 3D design and I have wonderful images I would like to share. However, logical things are not my best side and especially applied computer sciences and etc. It has nothing to with art. However not giving my art appropriate show it deserves and an appropriate website, can ruin my chances as an artist.
So I have a wordpress website that will be very image heavy..
I have some doubts here so please if you want to help me, answer my questions in a numerated way so I do not get lost. I am a noob for these things.