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  2. Vegas Pro - Wikipedia

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    www .vegascreativesoftware .com /us /vegas-pro /. Vegas Pro (stylised as VEGAS Pro, also called Sony Vegas) is a professional video editing software package for non-linear editing (NLE). The first release of Vegas Beta was on 11 June 1999. [4] The software runs on the Windows operating system. Originally developed as a non-linear audio editing ...

  3. Fracture mechanics - Wikipedia

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    Fracture mechanics is the field of mechanics concerned with the study of the propagation of cracks in materials. It uses methods of analytical solid mechanics to calculate the driving force on a crack and those of experimental solid mechanics to characterize the material's resistance to fracture . Theoretically, the stress ahead of a sharp ...

  4. VISCA Protocol - Wikipedia

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    The VISCA Protocol is used on LectureSight, Avaya Scopia, Angekis, Atlona HDVS series cameras, Polycom and Cisco / Tandberg video conferencing systems. Sony and Canon use VISCA for CCTV cameras. Blackmagic Design ATEM switchers that have RS-422 port and controlled by either ATEM 1M/E or ATEM 2M/E control panels are capable of controlling VISCA ...

  5. Software cracking - Wikipedia

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    Software cracking (known as "breaking" mostly in the 1980s [1]) is an act of removing copy protection from a software. [2] Copy protection can be removed by applying a specific crack. A crack can mean any tool that enables breaking software protection, a stolen product key, or guessed password. Cracking software generally involves circumventing ...

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  8. J. Robert Oppenheimer - Wikipedia

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    J. Robert Oppenheimer (born Julius Robert Oppenheimer; / ˈɒpənhaɪmər / OP-ən-hy-mər; April 22, 1904 – February 18, 1967) was an American theoretical physicist. He was director of the Manhattan Project 's Los Alamos Laboratory during World War II and is often called the "father of the atomic bomb ". Born in New York City, Oppenheimer ...

  9. List of Unicode characters - Wikipedia

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    1 Control-C has typically been used as a "break" or "interrupt" key. 2 Control-D has been used to signal "end of file" for text typed in at the terminal on Unix / Linux systems. Windows, DOS, and older minicomputers used Control-Z for this purpose. 3 Control-G is an artifact of the days when teletypes were in use.