What Is the US Drone Policy?

there are 2 kinds of drones. those that drop bombs, and those that just observe. the kind that observes is no different than the police helicopter that prowls neighborhoods looking for criminals. that is the only "domestic" use that has been proposed. the policy concerning the other is this. the United States has declared war on terrorist organizations and is intent on tracking down and killing if necessary members of Al Qaeda. those drones carry bombs when a target has been found. those attacks happen in foreign countries with the permission of the host countries, it is considered a police action by them. since we have a large ground force in Afghanistan, those are primarily used by the military so that there is close coordination of forces. in other countries it is primarily the CIA since they have operatives on the ground there. 3 Americans have been killed because they were in the same tent as targeted Al Qaeda leaders, that was a risk they assumed on their own. another American was a target himself, having fled justice and arrest warrants. President Obama is proposing a closure to the war on terror, and that would include the use of drone attacks.

1. The simplest way to generate a drone note or chord on the Mac

I am guessing that there's probably a "web audio" project (meaning it's just a web page built with JavaScript) that can do it. But I see so many of them and do not bookmark them so I can not recommend anything more specific than googling webaudio tool or taking a look a Audiocrawl.co or browsing through similar lists: (1) (2) (3) (4). Other than that there are free programs similar to Band-in-a-box like Impro-Visor and MMA. I can not speak to how good they are because I use BIAB. On mobile, Chordbot is a decent BIAB-type app.With scoring software like Musescore (free) you could loop the playback of a measure or however long a phrase you need. Personally, I tend to use either a hardware looper (and can just loop guitar or bass), my DAW that is usually already open, or BIAB. But I understand the need for a lightweight solution and I would say a web page-if you can find one that meets your needs-is about as lightweight as you are going to get

2. Are you a drone,a clone, or alone?

I am the "one" united in all those choices.

3. Drone attacks - the act of a coward?

Attacking a weaker foe is the act of a coward and a bully. The US is bully to the world.

4. Which of you supports the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya and the new Drone attack on Iran?

INNOCENTS?...geezz...and what attack on Iran?when did this happen?

5. Drone video file size [A complete guide with real examples]

Capturing drone footage can be a pretty data-intensive process. From 4K videos and beautiful long time-lapse shots - not to mention the hundreds of photos you could end up taking - the storage of data has never been such a valuable resource. Here I want to share with you everything you need to know about drone video file size and the things you need to be aware of! I have REAL results from my experiment with one of my favorite drones - the DJI Mavic AIR... There is, of course, so much more that goes into determining what settings you should use to record your drone video. Here's the data that you will find most useful when making these choices. It's not as much as you may think! There's a simple rule of thumb based on the research below that you can use to work out how much data your drone video content will require if you are recording in the MP4 format. This data is collected from my drone and should be used as a guide for your drone's video size. You can see from the last column in the above table that as the video quality and frame rate decreases so does the amount of GB per minute of footage. There's another way that we can look at this data too. Let's say that you are in the market for a new memory card for your drone footage. What size memory card should you buy? I've taken the data collected and calculated how many minutes of footage you can get from a standard array of memory cards at different quality and frame rates. What size memory card should you buy for drone footage? If you are a hobby drone videographer you will probably not need more than 64 GB of memory - that is about 2.5 batteries worth of flying time for most commercial drones. However, if you are a professional drone company you will want a lot more storage on your memory car to make sure you have enough space for many multiples of flights. To get these numbers I ran an experiment with one of my favorite drones (it is small and powerful) the DJI Mavic Air. I recorded at a number of different quality and framerates - ones that are typically used by hobby and professional drone flyers. This was the outcome: The footage was collected on the internal storage of the DJI Mavic Air to overcome any issues in file write speed to an external SD card. The results suggest that this did not impact the I ran at least three recordings at different video lengths to be sure that there is no artifact relating to the length of the video in the data. This is what it looked like for each of my tests with the average of the results shown in the box below the table. Of these three video lengths tested with was the outcome: You will notice how much less the footage takes up on the storage. It is almost half despite being at 60 frames per second. I do not have need to record my footage in 4K - yes I know that it would be nice BUT it takes up so much more space than I need and I always export my videos in 1080 so it just seems a little counter intuitive. Here are the file sizes that I capture at different length videos and you will notice how much less per minute my footage takes up than the 4K equivalent! This is significantly lower than both the 4K and the 60 frames per second equivalent. I often choose to work with these setting as they are more than enough for my needs. So there we have it for my use case I use about 266 MB per minute of footage. That means that I can get 3 minutes and 42 seconds per GB of memory card space! You may have noticed that when you are recording long video formats on a drone the video will often be split up over two video files. That is not because of the drone but rather the FAT file system that the SD cards use. The 4 file size is a limit for the FAT32 file system which is what the SD cards use. If you want to avoid having the video spread over multiple shots you will either have to reduce the quality of the video so that you can get the total recording under 4Gb or you have to manually stop and start recording. To be honest, I've never had an issue with connecting two video files together in my video editor. One always seamlessly connects with the other. Maybe you want to reduce the file size of the video that you have recorded this next section is for you! Video size is dtermined by two important factors: Encoder - a device or software that enables video compression and/or decompression for digital video. Bit rate - A video bitrate is the number of "bits" that are processed in a unit of time. Video data rates are given in bits per second. The data rate for a video file is the bit rate. So a data rate specification for video content that runs at 1 megabyte per second would be given as a bitrate of 8 megabits per second (8 mbps). Commercial drones typically use MP4 and MOV export settings but the file name has NOTHING to do with the size of the exported video. It is the bitrate and sample rate that will determine the size of the file. Here some example file sizes and it's dependence on bit rate. Quite often we do not get a chance to choose the bitrate at which our drones record - or it can be too much of a pain to change mid flight. In that case you have a couple of options to choose from if you want a lower file size while flying. As we've seen from the above tables, the quality that you record in has a huge impact on the size of the file that you ultimately end up with and have to download to your computer. Choosing a quality that makes sence for your project is the only way that If you are exporting in 1080HD - there's probably no need to go to 4K. On the other hand, if your client is using the video for a multitude of purposes you may want to have the insurance of a 4K image. 3: Stop and start recording as you need to It can be tempting to push record at the very beginning of your flight. I know that quite often I even record the take off - just to be sure! However, if you want to reduce the drone video file size you may want to consider stopping and starting your drone footage as you are happy with the framing of the shot. This will save you a lot of space on your SD card and also make for easier editing when you come to import it into your favorite video editor!

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