Adobe After Effects is a digital visual effects, motion graphics, compositing application developed by Adobe Systems and used in the post-production process of film making, video games and television production. Among other things, After Effects can be used for keying, tracking and animation, it functions as a basic non-linear editor, audio editor, media transcoder. In 2019, the program won an Academy Award for technical achievement. After Effects was created by David Herbstman, David Simons, Daniel Wilk, David M. Cotter, Russell Belfer at the Company of Science and Art in Providence, Rhode Island, where the first two versions of the software, 1.0 and 1.1, were released by the company. CoSA along with After Effects was acquired by Aldus corporation in July 1993, in turn acquired by Adobe in 1994, with it PageMaker. Adobe's first new release of After Effects was version 3.0. The following is the list of versions of After Effects over the years, including the first two versions released by CoSA.
After Effects has extensive plug-in support. A variety of plug-in styles exist, such as particle systems for realistic effects for rain, fire, etc. With or without third-party plug-ins, After Effects can render 3D effects; some of these 3D plug-ins use basic 2D layers from After Effects. In addition to 3D effects, there are plug-ins for making video look like film or cartoons. Nuke – The Foundry Combustion and Smoke – Autodesk Motion – Apple Inc. VSDC Free Video Editor Fusion – Blackmagic Design Boris RED – Boris FX NatronWhile not dedicated to compositing, the open source software Blender contains a limited node-based compositing feature which, among other things is capable of basic keying and blurring effects. Official website
Stopiče is a village in the foothills of the Gorjanci range in the Municipality of Novo Mesto in southeastern Slovenia. The area is part of the traditional region of Lower Carniola and is now included in the Southeast Slovenia Statistical Region; the name Stopiče, like related place names, is derived from the Slovene common noun stopa'stamp mill', used for hulling grain. In the past the German name was Stopitsch. A part-time school was set up in Stopiče in 1846, a regular school was established in 1852 in the rectory. A schoolhouse was built in 1902; the schoolhouse was burned during the Second World War, a new one was built in 1954. During the Second World War, a White Guard headquarters was set up in Stopiče in September 1942, it carried out summary executions of Partisan prisoners. The headquarters was transferred to Novo Mesto following a Partisan attack on 26 and 27 November 1942; the local parish church in the settlement is dedicated to Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted and belongs to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Novo Mesto.
It was built in 1708 on the site of a medieval church. The earliest attested church at the site was mentioned in written sources in the 15th century; the current structure was commissioned by Baron Johann Lorenz Paradeiser in 1704. It contains three altars with richly carved frames; the crests of the Paradeiser and Attems families are displayed above the main altar. The paintings on the side altars are 1857 works by Mihael Stroj; the Lenten painting from the end of the 18th century is the work of Anton Postl. Stopiče was elevated to a parish in 1767. There is a chapel dedicated to the Rosary above the village, indicating that there was once a pilgrimage route here. Notable people that were born or lived in Stopiče include: Anton Pekec, religious writer Anton Umek, journalist Media related to Stopiče at Wikimedia Commons Stopiče on Geopedia
Giovanni Francesco Loredan was a Venetian writer and politician. Giovanni Francesco Loredan was in Venice son of Lorenzo Loredan and Leonora Boldù; when both of his parents died while he was young, he was raised by his uncle Antonio Boldù and had as his teacher Antonio Colluraffi mentioned in the publications of the Accademia degli IncognitiHe divided his youth between hard study and an extravagant lifestyle. He attended the classes of renowned Aristotelian philosopher Cesare Cremoni in Padua and began, before 1623, to gather around him that group of scholars who formed the Accademia degli Incogniti; as founder of the Accademia degli Incogniti and a member of many other Academies, he had close contact with all the scholars of his time. He and his circle played a decisive role in the creation of modern opera In addition to literary activity, he took part in public affairs. At twenty he was recorded in the golden book, but his career began quite late: in September 1632 he was elected'Savio agli Ordini' and in 1635 he was Treasurer of the fortress of Palmanova.
On his return he reorganized the Accademia degli Incogniti and, in 1638, despite attempts to avoid it, he was obliged, as the only descendant of his branch, to contract marriage with Laura Valier. He was Provveditore ai Banchi,'Provveditore alle Pompe', in 1648 he made the leap to the rank of avogador del comun that he held several times and'Provveditore alle Biave', he subsequently joined the offices of the State Inquisitor and became a member of the Council of Ten. In 1656 he entered the Minor Consiglio, that is, among the six patricians who, together with the doge, composed the Serenissima Signoria. However, he may have been pushed out of office, as in the following years he no longer held important positions. In 1660 he was a Provveditore in Peschiera; the following year he died. In addition to the Scherzi Geniali he wrote novels that were reprinted numerous times and translated into French, such as La Dianea and L'Adamo, operettas of religious subjects, as Sensi di devozione sui Sette,; as founder of the Accademia degli Incogniti he edited the publications of the collective works of the Academy:Cento Novelle, Guerigli, 1651.
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Bali is a village in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. It is located in the Baghpat block of the Baghpat district; the village is administered by a Panchayat. In 2016 the Sarpanch was Bhopal Singh. Agriculture is the main occupation. Major crops include sugarcane and rice. Vegetables including gourds, potatoes, spinach and carrots are cultivated; some villagers work at one-half km from Baghpat city. The village has four schools: Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel School, Shaeedh Manveer National School and two Govt. schools. Sunil coaching classes are there; the nearest colleges are located in the Baghpat city. The village has a small hospital. Temples include Shiv mandir, Baba mohan ram mandir and Devi mandir, Balmikhi mandir, Ravidas mandir and Mata mandir; as of the 2011 India census, Bali had a population of 5,005 including 2,335 females. Its literacy rate of 76.74% is above the state's average. The literacy is higher among the males than the females. Mandaar clan of Gurjars form the majority of the population
This is a list of Cypriot football transfers for the 2012–13 summer transfer window by club. Only transfers of clubs in the Cypriot First Division and Cypriot Second Division are included; the summer transfer window opened on 1 June 2012, although a few transfers took place prior to that date. The window closed at midnight on 31 August 2012. Players without a club may join one during or in between transfer windows. List of Bulgarian football transfers summer 2012 List of Dutch football transfers summer 2012 List of English football transfers summer 2012 List of Maltese football transfers summer 2012 List of German football transfers summer 2012 List of Greek football transfers summer 2012 List of Portuguese football transfers summer 2012 List of Spanish football transfers summer 2012 List of Latvian football transfers summer 2012 List of Serbian football transfers summer 2012
The 40th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Division was an anti-aircraft artillery division of the Soviet Union's Red Army during World War II. Formed in the Volga Military District in June 1943, the division was sent into combat a year with the 7th Army, fighting in the Svir-Petrozavodsk Offensive; the division transferred to the 14th Army in October, fought in the Petsamo–Kirkenes Offensive. After the end of the offensive the division served with the army in northern Norway until the end of the war; the division was disbanded postwar. The division was formed after 1 June 1943 and before or on 1 July 1943 in the Volga Military District, it included the 1407th, 1411th, 1415th, the 1527th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Regiments. Its first and only wartime commander, Colonel Ivan Khramov, was assigned on 30 August; the division was part of the active army from 12 June 1944, was sent to the Karelian Front's 7th Army. The division fought in the Svir-Petrozavodsk Offensive from late June. From September the division was part of the 14th Army.
The division fought in the Petsamo–Kirkenes Offensive in October. The division fought in the capture of Petsamo on 15 October and was awarded the honorific "Pechenga" for its actions; the division fought in the capture of Kirkenes, its 1411th Regiment, commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Pavel Stavoverov, was awarded the honorific "Kirkenes". For its actions at Kirkenes, the 40th received the Order of the Red Banner on 14 November. After the capture of Petsamo and Kirkenes the combat role of the 14th Army was finished and it advanced into Norway; the division served with the army until the end of the war. Khramov commanded the division until November 1945, when he was transferred to command the 47th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Division; the division was disbanded within several years of the war. Affairs Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of the Soviet Union. Сборник приказов РВСР, РВС СССР, НКО и Указов Президиума Верховного Совета СССР о награждении орденами СССР частей, соединениий и учреждений ВС СССР.
Часть I. 1920 - 1944 гг. Moscow. Gebhardt, James F.. The Petsamo-Kirkenes Operation: Soviet Breakthrough and Pursuit in the Arctic, October 1944. Leavenworth Papers Number 17. Leavenworth, Kansas: Combat Studies Institute, US Army Command and General Staff College. ISSN 0195-3451. Feskov, V. I.. I.. A.. A.. Вооруженные силы СССР после Второй Мировой войны: от Красной Армии к Советской. Tomsk: Scientific and Technical Literature Publishing. ISBN 9785895035306. Gareyev, Makhmut, ed.. ОСВОБОЖДЕНИЕ ТЕРРИТОРИИ СССР. 1944 ГОД. ВЕЛИКАЯ ОТЕЧЕСТВЕННАЯ ВОЙНА 1941–1945 ГОДОВ. Moscow: Kuchkovo Pole. ISBN 9785995002864. Main Personnel Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of the Soviet Union. Командование корпусного и дивизионного звена советских вооруженных сил периода Великой Отечественной войны 1941 – 1945 гг. Moscow: Frunze Military Academy. Tsapayev, D. A.. Goremykin, Viktor. Великая Отечественная: Комдивы. Военный биографический словарь. 2. Moscow: Kuchkovo Pole. ISBN 978-5-9950-0341-0