The original version of Speech to Text used cloud-based transcription. In February 2022, Premiere Pro v22.2 switched to on-device transcription using installed language packs. We continued to support cloud-based transcription for users on earlier versions, but that will end on February 7, 2023.
On-device language packs offer faster transcriptions and can be used without an internet connection. An English language pack is included with your installation of Premiere Pro. Additional language packs for all supported languages can be installed as needed.
In the example above, the first caption appears after the video has played for one second, and it remains on the screen until 5.330 seconds of the video have elapsed. The next caption appears after the video has played for 7.608 seconds, and it remains on the screen until 15.290 seconds of the video have elapsed. The second caption is split into two lines to ensure that the statement is not too wide to fit on the screen.
Most distribution power lines are protected by special devices called breakers and reclosers. These devices are able to detect line interferences and shut off the flow of power to that section of the power line for a split second. This design often allows any interference the ability to clear the power line on its own.
Classic Farer 39.5mm, marine-grade 316L steel case, just 11mm in depth and with a 20mm lug. Developed to hold three chronograph button pushers set at positions 2, 4 and 10 for split-second timing with an updated, stainless steel fluted crown with inset bronze cap and embossed Farer 'A'. The sapphire box case crystal is held by a highly polished rim onto a brushed case, finished with a polished back featuring a Farer engraved turbine design and individually numbered.
PowerDrive controls the running of the chronograph motors, and can increase the hand movement speed to more than 200 Hz (i.e. 200 hand jumps per second in either direction of rotation). This technology improves the hand movement control, making for a highly dynamic display. The movement is quick to use and highly reactive - vital for split-second timing.
The split-second complication records and displays an intermediate time, allowing two time intervals to be compared. The main chronograph second hand hides another hand revealed on split-timing. When the chronograph is started, the two hands start moving together one above the other, until a press of the split-second pusher separates them. The first hand stops while the other carries on turning. It is then possible to read the intermediate time while the other chronograph hand continues its progress.
Hours, minutes, 60 second chronograph split-timer, 1/10 second counter, 30 minute counter, small seconds, date display, flyback start, split-timer memory, battery life indicator (small second hand jumps 4 seconds signalling battery end of life)
The Whisper architecture is a simple end-to-end approach, implemented as an encoder-decoder Transformer. Input audio is split into 30-second chunks, converted into a log-Mel spectrogram, and then passed into an encoder. A decoder is trained to predict the corresponding text caption, intermixed with special tokens that direct the single model to perform tasks such as language identification, phrase-level timestamps, multilingual speech transcription, and to-English speech translation.
Velocity 1.6 introduces the concept of strict reference mode which is activated by setting the velocity configuration property 'runtime.references.strict' to true. The general intent of this setting is to make Velocity behave more strictly in cases that are undefined or ambiguous, similar to a programming language, which may be more appropriate for some uses of Velocity. In such undefined or ambiguous cases Velocity will throw an exception. The following discussion outlines the cases in which strict behavior is different from traditional behavior.
Then you need to split the lower half of the data in two again to find the lower quartile. The lower quartile will be the point of rank (5 + 1) ÷ 2 = 3. The result is Q1 = 15. The second half must also be split in two to find the value of the upper quartile. The rank of the upper quartile will be 6 + 3 = 9. So Q3 = 43.
The rate at which EIGRP sends hello packets is called the hello interval, and you can adjust it per interface with the ip hello-interval eigrp command. The hold time is the amount of time that a router considers a neighbor alive when it does not receive a hello packet. The hold time is typically three times the hello interval, by default, 15 seconds, and 180 seconds. You can adjust the hold time with the ip hold-time eigrp command.
The value in the Hold column of the command output must never exceed the hold time, and must never be less than the hold time minus the hello interval (unless, of course, you lose hello packets). If the Hold column usually ranges between 10 and 15 seconds, the hello interval is 5 seconds, and the hold time is 15 seconds. If the Hold column usually has a wider range - between 120 and 180 seconds - the hello interval is 60 seconds, and the hold time is 180 seconds. If the numbers do not seem to fit one of the default timer settings, check the interface in question on the neighboring router. The hello and hold timers perhaps was configured manually.
This allows a packet (or groups of packets) of at least 512 bytes to transmit on this link before EIGRP sends its packet. The pacing timer determines when the packet is sent and is expressed in milliseconds. The pacing time for the packet in the previous example is 0.1463 seconds. There is a field in show ip eigrp interface that displays the pacing timer:
Clouds are composed of large numbers of cloud droplets, or ice crystals, or both. Because of their small size and relatively high air resistance, they can remain suspended in the air for a long time, particularly if they remain in ascending air currents. The average cloud droplet has a terminal fall velocity of 1.3 cm per second in still air. To put this into perspective, the average cloud droplet falling from a typical low cloud base of 500 meters/1,650 feet would take more than 10 hours to reach the ground. 2b1af7f3a8