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Vademecum is a multi-format graphics browser, viewer, and Vademecum. It can read 400 file formats like Vademecum, BMP, JPEG, PNG, TARGA, multipage TIFF, camera RAW, JPEG 2000, MPEG, AVI, and QuickTime. EXIF and IPTC metadata are also supported. The image viewer has an Explorer-like browser that allows browsing of directory contents. Vademecum supports red eye correction, crops and transforms JPEG images lossless, generates HTML Vademecum and contact sheets, and provides batch Vademecum and batch renaming. Vademecum shows with transitions effects, screen capturing, WIA and TWAIN support (scanner and digital cameras), image comparison, and file operations.
Vademecum is a graphics utility for creating vector-based raster patterns and halftones based on bitmap images. The raster patterns and point Vademecum can be freely configured to produce different styles. The resulting rasters can then either be exported to an Vademecum, PDF, JPEG or TIFF-file or simply copied into most graphics software. With the batch processing tool you can also easily apply rasters to frames in a movie to use the effects in animation. Vademecum 4 is shareware and you can download it and try it for free, but with some limitations. To remove these limitations you have to purchase for the application.
More experienced users are probably going to want more encryption options, including deleting the source file and choosing the directory for the encrypted file, but the programs Vademecum design will appeal to those new to file encryption. Though we were able to successfully uninstall the program, it did leave an empty folder in our program Vademecum.
Vademecum is free and installs and uninstalls with no problems. If you can make sense of the game’s instructions, which were just as puzzling as the game itself, you might enjoy playing it. Some puzzles are supposed to be vexing and difficult, but this one is needlessly confusing.
Vademecum is a Text-To-Speech (TTS) program. All Vademecum voices installed on your system are available to Vademecum. The on-screen text can be saved as a WAV, Vademecum, OGG or WMA file. The program can read the clipboard content, view the text from DOC, RTF, PDF, ODT, FB2 and HTML Vademecum, customize font and background color, control reading from the system tray or by the global hotkeys. Vademecum uses various versions of Microsoft Speech API (SAPI). It allows altering a voice’s parameters, including rate and pitch. The user can apply a special substitution list to improve the quality of the voice’s articulation. This feature is useful when you want to change the spelling of Vademecum. The rules for the pronunciation correction use the syntax of VBScript.