# Solid Proxy 1.23 Rar

Solid Proxy 1.23 Rar

inspiration.
hey, thanks for sharing, I really liked the music video you gave, you did a great job on this!
it also inspired me to try and make a kik prank video, because watching other people prank makes me think of silly pranks like that :3
anyways, hope you had fun making this
think of anything else you want to prank people with?
hope you liked it!
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I also observed that the lighter the patching is, the more the video gets skippy. This can be explained by increasing the frames skipped.
So in order to limit that effect, I also applied the next approach:
1) Apply a very strong proxy filter (blur filter) and then invert it (faster than the blur filter)
2) Apply the sharpening filter (or whatever filter you like)
So in short:

Apply the blur filter (matrix based gaussian blur or whatever)
Apply the inversion or whatever sharpening filter

3) Make sure you leave a few pixels unsharpened as you do not want to filter the whole picture but a few blurred lines

Update: I also found out that the saturation filter appears to increase the skippiness too, which can be understood as over-saturation just provides the “holes” which otherwise you would have to remove manually.
So my new approach is more like this:

Apply the blurring
Apply the inversion (which is a saturate and) after that the sharpening filter

… and I think it sounds a bit more pleasant than the past approach.
Here’s a link to a quick frame of my best work so far – sorry, the whole video is about two minutes long but it’s still my first attempt of capturing a living TV screen and it’s nice to have so many positive reactions – I was surprised even by myself 🙂
Also the video on reddit is of my best side but still I am way to move forward here, so feel free to watch it and leave a comment or two – don’t know about using your language so I might have a bit of a vocabulary barrier to explain my approach.

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Not sure if you know what a “hard-edged” filter is, but if you don’t, it’s probably not what you want. The “brighten” option on Adobe Premiere Pro/After Effects

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Intermediate value theorem for bounded functions.

Let $f: [0,\infty) \rightarrow [0,\infty)$ be a function that satisfies $$f(x) \leq f(y) + f(z)$$ whenever $x \leq y \leq z.$ Prove that there is $c \geq 0$ such that $f(c) = c$
I have really trouble trying to prove this, any help would be appreciated.

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You actually need to prove that $f$ is constant on some interval $[0,c]$ of positive length. If $f$ is not constant, there is a $x_0>0$ so that $f(x_0)|=\infty$ then we apply Lemma $thm:2\_discrete\_lemmas$ and obtain $\overline{d}=\infty$. Otherwise, if \$|\{u_n\}|
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