Originally made in Substance Designer, this product does not include an sbs-file, only textures. There are 2 materials inside with 8 chains in each one, which gives you 16 chains. Ready for any game/render engine. Contains PBR and Non-PBR texture sets in 3 resolutions: 1024, 2048, and 4096. Also DirectX and OpenGL normals and so-called RMA texture which is Roughness, Metalic, AmbientOccusion textures in one RGB image.
Compressing 6gigs worth of folders of different music using the same 1024M dictionary size resulted in only 96% ratio of compression. 5.76 gigs instead of 6gigs.The best thing to do for compression of video is lossy compression where you use a program to convert the video. Try lowering the bit-rate to something you don't notice, or can accept the video quality of. Handbrake is a decent video tool, but there are many. VLC is capable of video compression as well using the convert option. Both programs are free to use.
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This is the latest Hercules driver (released on march '07) for their own soundcard "Fortissimo II". I slightly modified the installation script to work with Terratecs "XFire 1024". According to Hercules, this driver works under Windows Vista too - as far as i've read, that's something the original Terratec drivers won't do.I could not test it for Vista , BUT it works perfectly with my "XFire" under XP. Therefore: give it a try - especially if you are planing to change your OS...
If the driver listed is not the right version or operating system, search our driver archive for the correct version. Enter Terratec DMX XFire 1024 into the search box above and then submit. In the results, choose the best match for your PC and operating system.
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The next larger units after the byte are named kilobyte, megabyte, gigabyte, terabyte and so on which lead to great deal of confusion. Though the kilo prefix in the metric system means 1000 (e.g. grams) in computers it means 1024 (e.g. bytes). In order to correct this mess the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) approved a new IEC International Standard in December 1998. You can find the list of IEC metric and binary names in the table at the end of this article.
To convert bits to bytes you have to divide the count of bits to eight as one byte contains 8 bits. To further convert the bytes to kilobytes you have to divide the value by 1024. To convert from kilobytes to megabytes you have to divide the kilobytes to 1024 again and so on. This is a bit different than in metric system where values are divided by 1000 to convert them to the next larger unit. For example 1 km is 1000 meters.
Where does the 1024 number come from? Well most numbers in computers are 2 to the power of X, and 1024 is 2 to the power of 10. That is because computers use the binary system - not the decimal. Of course you can represent the decimal or any other system on a computer, but at its core hardware level the computer uses the binary system. In 1998 IEC introduced new naming convention for the file sizes which now creates even more confusion. If you were using computers for a long time you may think that a megabyte is still 1024 kilobytes, but that is no longer the case. Megabyte is now 1000 kilobytes which on the other hand is one thousand bytes. The old multiples of 1024 units are now with new prefixes and mebibyte is 1024 kibibytes and a kibibyte is 1024 bytes. Changing something existing and well established and known by billions of people in my opinion is not a good idea, but it is my own personal position. It would be much less confusing to use new unit names, but that would not correspond to the metric system naming convention. There was no perfect solution so we have to get used to it.
Both 7-Zip and WinRAR offered multiple configuration options. I began by choosing what I thought would be optimal for each. For WinRAR, I chose RAR5, Best compression method, 1024MB dictionary, no options other than delete after compression. (Later, I would find that a 32MB setting seemed to be considered optimal for the dictionary. Newer versions of WinRAR would confusingly offer RAR (rather than RAR5) as the latest version, with RAR4 as the legacy alternative.)
The question on my mind, as I started into these additional investigations, was whether RAR5 (using the 1024MB maximum dictionary size) was actually faster than RAR (using the maximum 4096KB dictionary size) in WinRAR. I had seen at least one comment suggesting it might not be. I ran comparisons on one large WAV and on a set of DOC files. On the DOC files, RAR took 15 seconds and produced a RAR only 26% of the original size (77.4MB > 20.4MB), while RAR5 took 3 seconds to achieve the same compression. Clearly, RAR5 was better for compressing these DOCs. On the WAV, however, RAR took 0:29 to achieve 61% of original size (531MB > 326MB), while RAR5 took 1:37 to achieve 66% (348MB).
I also ran a RAR vs. RAR5 comparison for MPG. On a 539MB MPG file, RAR achieved 0:41 > 528MB (98%) while RAR5 achieved the same compression just one second faster. I re-ran the test using RAR5 with a 1024MB dictionary. That yielded 1:12 > 525MB (97%). It seemed that RAR5 with a larger dictionary might achieve slightly improved MPG compression, compared to RAR, at the cost of much slower processing.
Hi! I'm new using the program and I wanted to solve an integral, but the program shows up the next message: "$RecursionLimit::reclim2: Recursion depth of 1024 exceeded during evaluation of -((g [Pi] R^4)/(8 v))." and I don't know why, because earlier I tried the same integral and it was ok.
Data Set Overview ================= A UDS data files Eight files are provided that conform to the UDS conventions regarding the naming of files and the format of the data. The eight files are divided into 4 pairs of files with each pair consisting of a file containing data averaged over a 10 minute period and a file containing the maximum data value during the same 10 minute period. The 4 pairs of file contain data for the RAR, the PFR, WFA - magnetic field, and WFA - magnetic field. A.1 Radio Astronomy Receiver To reduce the size of the files produced, the UDS files contain 25 frequency channels for the RAR - the upper 12 frequencies of the high receiver, and 13 lower frequencies which are aggregates of the low frequency channels so that they appear in approximately the same logarithmic steps as the high frequency receiver. Since the low frequency receiver steps are linear, there are different numbers of frequency channels that are combined to produce the UDS data. Following is a table giving the approximate center frequency of each UDS channel and the RAR frequencies that were combined to produce it. UDS center RAR frequency channel frequency channels (kHz) (kHz) 1 1.25 1.25 Low receiver 2 2.00 2.00 3 2.75 2.75 4 3.50 3.50 5 4.25 4.25 6 5.75 5.00 - 6.5 7 8.00 7.25 - 8.75 8 11.0 9.50 - 12.5 9 14.75 13.25 - 16.25 10 19.25 17.00 - 21.50 11 24.50 22.25 - 26.75 12 31.25 27.50 - 35.00 13 42.50 35.75 - 48.50 14 52.0 52.0 High receiver 15 63.0 63.0 16 81.0 81.0 17 100.0 100.0 18 120.0 120.0 19 148.0 148.0 20 196.0 196.0 21 272.0 272.0 22 387.0 387.0 23 540.0 540.0 24 740.0 740.0 25 940.0 940.0 Two files are produced for each day: they contain averages and peak values for 10 minute periods that start at 00:00:00 and end at 24:00:00. The time specified in the file is the beginning of each time period. The data are computed as follows: For all RAR data that falls within the 10 minute period being considered the average and peak values are found for each of the 76 channels. Next the channels are combined to produce the 25 UDS channels: the average of the combined channels yields the UDS averages and the peak of the combined channels yields the UDS peak value. Data ==== The names of the files are (following the PDS convention): Tyyddd.TAB : Average data Tyyddd.TAB : Peak data where: yy = Last two digits of year. ddd = Day of year (001..366). The files are Ascii and contain one line for each time period (even if there are no valid data for a time period) so they contain 144 lines each. The format of the data is indicated by the following Fortran read statement which can be used to read the files: DIMENSION F(25) READ(1,100) TIME,MODE_HI,MODE_LO,IBPS,F 100 FORMAT(A24,1X,A2,A1,A1,25(1X,1PE9.2)) where: TIME: spacecraft event time in the format yyyy-mm-ddThh:mm:ss.sssZ. MODE_HI: mode of the high receiver: 1: Receiver in summed mode (X and Z antenna combined). 2: Receiver in separate mode(only X antenna). 3: Receiver switched mode during averaging period. 4: Receiver mode unknown. MODE_LO: mode of the low receiver 1: Receiver in summed mode (X and Z antenna combined). 2: Receiver in separate mode (only X antenna). 3: Receiver switched mode during averaging period. 4: Receiver mode unknown. IBPS: telemetry bits-per-second 1: 128 bps. 2: 256 bps. 3: 512 bps. 4: 1024 bps. 5: Bit rate changed during averaging period. 6: Bit rate unknown. F: frequency data - channels 1..25 as defined above. Invalid or missing data are assigned the value -9.99e+10. Units: microvolt/Hz**.5 measured at the receiver input terminals. To convert to electric field strength the given data must be divided by the effective length of the antenna. This is complicated by the fact that the effective length depends on the antenna impedance which is affected by the plasma conditions local to the Ulysses spacecraft. The impedance will also depend on the frequency. In general, the RAR frequency channels that are well above the local electron plasma frequency are not affected by the plasma conditions and the effective length of 23 meters can be used. When the RAR is in summed, rather than separate, mode the determination of field strengths is even more difficult. Time resolution: 10 minutes. SUMMARY PLOTS ============= URAP SUMMARY PLOT DESCRIPTION A URAP Summary Plot is a plot of one day of Ulysses Unified Radio and Plasma (URAP) experiment data. The URAP experiment consists of five instruments: Radio Astronomy Receiver (RAR), Plasma Frequency Receiver (PFR), Wave Form Analyzer (WFA), Fast Envelope Sampler (FES), and Sounder (SND). The Summary Plot consists of six plot panels. Data are plotted in the form of dynamic spectra (3 dimensional plots of wave intensity versus frequency and time, with the degree of darkness proportional to the wave intensity. Frequency is plotted along the vertical axis, and time along the horizontal axis. Most of the data are stretched (assigned a grey shade) between minimum and maximum data values, the maximum being the minimum plus dynamic range designated for a receiver. The specified dynamic ranges are shown at the right side of the plot, under the heading 'Dyn. Range'. A linear interpolation is done between minimum and maximum values to determine the degree of darkness of the plotted data point. Data at or below the minimum are plotted as white, and data at or above the maximum value are shown as black. The pixel-font uses a 4x4 dot pattern to represent 16 shades of gray. The plot consists of six panels, the first four of which are plotted with time along the horizontal axis. For these plots the time increment is 128 seconds, which means that 675 time steps are represented along the horizontal axis, corresponding to 24 hours of data. For data with a higher time resolution than this, the maximum data value occurring during a 128 second interval is plotted. Frequency is plotted along the vertical axis. Frequency labels such as 100K refer to 100 KHz; otherwise the labels refer to Hz. Dynamic ranges shown at the right of the panels are in telemetry units, except for the WFA ranges, which are in logarithm of floating point DPU-FFT output. The panels are described in order from top to bottom. Panel 1 This is a dynamic spectrum of RAR X antenna electric field data. The full set of 12 high receiver frequencies and 64 low receiver frequencies is plotted, with interpolation done for any missing frequencies (extrapolation is not done). The high receiver frequencies have a logarithmic spacing between approximately 50 KHz and 1 MHz. The low receiver frequencies are spaced linearly in frequency between 1.25 and 48.5 KHz. Panel 2 This panel is a dynamic spectrum of electric field data from RAR, PFR and WFA instruments. The 12 frequencies of the RAR high receiver Z antenna data are plotted. A gap separates RAR and PFR data. The PFR data is the peak data from the X antenna. Thirty-two PFR frequencies are plotted, ranging from 0.5 to 35 KHz. When the PFR is in fixed tune mode, there are 32 times as many PFR samples at a single frequency. They are spread across the 32 frequencies, to permit a better representation of the single frequency data. Twenty-four WFA frequencies from the X electric field antenna are plotted at the bottom of the panel. The low receiver frequencies range between about 0.1 to 5 Hz; the high receiver frequencies range from 9 to 448 Hz. The frequencies are approximately logarithmically spaced. The data plotted are average data from the WFA instrument. Panel 3 WFA magnetic field data are plotted here. The high receiver data (upper 12 frequencies) are always from the Y search coil. The low receiver (lower 12 frequencies) will be either Y or Z search coil data, depending on which search coil was being sampled (indicated in panel 4). Frequencies and units are as for the WFA Ex data. Panel 4 This panel indicates various instrument statuses. A dark line indicates an 'on' condition, and a light line indicates 'off'. Six status flags are shown. These are: a) RAR SUM: The flag indicates whether the RAR is in summation (X+Z) mode. A dark line indicates summation is on. There are a pair of lines for this flag. The top line of the pair indicates RAR high receiver summation, and the second line indicates low RAR receiver summation. b) RAR POLAR: This flag indicates RAR polarization mode on or off. Again, the first of the two polarization lines is for the high receiver and the next is for the low receiver. c) PFR Fast: a dark line indicates that the PFR is in fast-scan mode; a light line indicates that the mode is slow-scan; no line indicates fixed-tune (single-frequency) mode. The fixed tune frequency is shown during the fixed tune interval. Note that the PFR causes a mode (and bit rate) dependent interference in the WFA data. d) Greater than 10 Hz Ez: This flag indicates that the WFA high receiver data is from the Ez antenna (dark) or, alternatively, from the WFA Bz antenna (light). Note that neither of these types of data is plotted on the Summary Plot. (Only Ex data is plotted for the high band EWFA; only By data is plotted for the high band BWFA.) e) Less than 10 Hz By: This indicates whether the magnetic data in the low receiver is from the By (dark) or Bz (light) antenna. This flag does correspond to the data plotted for the B lo receiver. f) 1024 bps: A dark line indicates 1024 bps data. A light line indicates 512 bps. A blank corresponds to a bit rate lower than 512 bps or a data gap. Panels 5,6 The bottom two side-by-side panels (to the right of the plot label) show data for each observed FES event for high band and low band detectors. For each event, shown by a straight horizontal line, 1024 data points are taken. On the plot, however, only the maximum value of 4 contiguous points is displayed. Up to 56 individual events may be plotted. The events are plotted from bottom to top of panel in order of their occurrence. The vertical scale is time of event in hours of the day. Each event shown represents the most intense FES event observed during 49 formats (a format is 32 sec at 1024 bps). These panels are in the form of dynamic spectra; therefore the degree of darkness is proportional to the intensity of data observed during event. The FES low and hi band plots show two vertical lines at the beginning of each plot. These indicate the instrument antenna and filter status. For the FES high band the Ex antenna is flagged by a black point, and the Ez antenna by a light point. The 6-60 kHz filter is shown by black, the 2-20 kHz filter is designated by a light point and all filters with an upper limit of 6 kHz or lower are designated by a blank. For the low receiver antenna, a black point indicates Ex, a light point, Ez, and no point, the B search coils. For the low band filter, a black point indicates 2-10 Khz, a light point .6-6 kHz, and no point indicates the upper frequency limit is lower than 2 kHz. When the FES receiver is attached to the B antenna, the band is always 0.01-1 kHz. The option exists for plotting electron plasma frequency fpe, ion plasma frequency fpi and electron gyrofrequency fce as lines on the dynamic spectra. The fpe data is plotted on the PFR plot, fpi is plotted on the EWFA panel, and fce is shown on the BWFA panel. These data are obtained from Ulysses files of plasma (SWOOPS) and magnetometer (MAG) data, provided by the respective instrument teams. Various plot labels are printed in the lower left-hand corner of the Summary Plot. The first 3 lines give date of the plotted data, version number of the Summary Plot program, and date the plot was generated. The next 2 lines designate the RAR high and low receiver modes at the beginning and end of the plotted time interval. The modes are M (measure mode), L (linear sweep), and F (freeze mode). For measure mode, the list number is given after the '#' sign. For freeze mode, the frequency number follows the '#' sign. For the low receiver in measure mode, 'F' designates full list, 'E' indicates first half of list, and 'O' implies the second half of the list is used. The next line indicates RAR background type and offset. Designation for the RAR background determination is as follows: Background type '0' indicates offset values (computed minus standard background values) and dynami