Tabela 2 Descricao do hardware utilizado no projeto Computador Scanner Dell OptiPlex 3020 Scanner Fotografico HP Scanjet G2710 Processador: Core[TM] i3-4130 Resolucao: Ate 2400 dpi (3.4GHz, 3MB Cache) Sistema operacional: Windows 7 Formatos de saida do arquivo: Professional 64 bits, em BMP, JPEG, GIF, TIFF, TIFF portugues comprimido, PNG, PCX, Flashpix
(FPX), PDF, PDF pesquisavel, RTF, HTM, TXT.
File Size: 402 kB File Modification Date/Time: 2010:12:22 16:35:10+00:00 File Type: JPEG MIME Type: image/jpeg Exit Byte Order: Little-endian (Intel, II) Resolution Unit: inches Y Cb Cr Positioning: Co-sited Exit Version: 0220 Components Configuration: Y, Cb, Cr, Flashpix
Version: 0100 Color Space: sRGB Exif Image Width: 1920 Exif Image Height: 1080 ISO: 800 Exposure Time: 1/30 Maker Note Version: 0xf101 Firmware Version: 3.0.1 Firmware Date: 2010:05:18 Trigger Mode: Motion Detection Sequence: 1 of 3 Figure 4 shows the output from the wildlife cameras used at Danau Girang, containing more information than some other cameras provide.
This allows the images to be viewed as digital microscopic slides using FlashPix
image file format and standard Web browser technology.
Two of the vulnerabilities related to improper parsing of H.264 movie files, while the remaining pair were due to issues in handling MPEG-4 video files and FlashPix
image files.<p>"These are the kinds of bugs one would come to expect from QuickTime," said Andrew Storms, director of security operations at nCircle Network Security, echoing comments regularly made by experts about QuickTime's knack for harboring file format flaws.<p>Two of the four vulnerabilities were reported to Apple by 3Com TippingPoint's bug bounty program, Zero Day Initiative (ZDI).
Digital formats have come and gone, Photo CD and FlashPix
just to name two.
Examples include an auto-naming feature for scanning multiple images in sequence (such as a filmstrip) and optimized routines for improved throughput to multiple file formats, including JPEG, TIFF, FLASHPIX
and Windows BMP.
One example of an exciting emerging technology is the FlashPix
image file format, developed by a consortium of high-tech companies including Eastman Kodak, Hewlett-Packard, Live Picture, Inc., and Microsoft (Donovan, 1998).
I raved about Live Picture, Inc.'s FlashPix
format in the.
A second service, the Fujifilm/Livepix Album, provides photos on a Flashpix
CD and includes Live Picture software for photo management, publishing and ordering online with Fujifilmnet.
Several file types are supported including bitmap, TIFF, JPEG, and Flashpix
. Depending on the resolution and type, the file size can range from less than a megabyte to more than 25 megabytes.
Recent development along these lines involves MPEG-4 for object-oriented multimedia representation and FlashPix
for efficient image transport, display, and rendering.