With 15 million users, RuneScape is by far the most popular free MMORPG (massively multi-multiplayer online role playing game) on the planet. Created and operated by Jagex, this online game was released in 2001 whose free-to-play option has catapulted it to the status it currently enjoys.
But, apart from the adrenalin rush, everything finally boils down to the RuneScape economy. Here. “items” rule and can be traded for real money. Items are sometimes raw materials that can be collected from actions such as, say, fishing. Then there are higher skills such as cooking which can also earn a player items. But the most popular way of collecting items is by killing monsters who then drop an item which a player can grab.
When real-money trading threatened to spin out of control, Jagex released a series of updates to the game and introduced the Grand Exchange, to moderate buying, selling, re-selling and trading of items. Though the restrictions on real-money trading stabilised the RuneScape economy, players were understandably chuffed.
RuneScape has thus evolved over time and is still changing as Jagex introduces more and more changes. Take servers, for instance. Jagex has 160 servers across the world. Each one is referred to as a “world” by players. These servers are located in various countries and they are located in a way that provides the most effective connectivity.
Servers are divided according to different criteria. One, each one allows up to 2,000 players to hook up simultaneously. Therefore, a maximum 32,000 players can play at the same time. Servers are also divided on the basis of functionality. For instance, group participation is allowed only on some servers.
Apart from this, Jagex has two members-only servers for RuneScape Classic, each allowing only 1,250 players to connect with each other at any given time. This allows a total 2,500 players to connect simultaneously.
But all’s fair in war and RuneScape, right? RuneScape private servers offer a range of possibilities and activities that are not available on Jagex’s official servers. No wonder they are immensely popular.
But it took several years of research for these private servers to make an appearance. This is the case with many MMORPGs. The most popular private server for RuneScape players is moparscape, which offers a lot of flexibility.
For instance, players can set their own levels and obtain items that are almost impossible to acquire on the official Runescape servers. Another popular reason players prefer RuneScape private servers is you can play as a member without paying the monthly subscription which is a must to access the full RuneScape version.
Private servers are a blessing for players who want to get around the rules and are used by those who cannot access Jagex’s official servers or whose accounts or IP addresses are banned.
They are illegal and when detected are banned by Jagex as they violate Runescape’s intellectual property rights. But that hasn’t helped much. Hackers are able to work around the system with ease and new servers keep cropping up under different names and aliases.
So just where do you find these RuneScape private servers and how do you access them? Either surf the Internet for moparscape or check out RuneScape cheat sites such as sythe, fagex, or eliteneo to learn more.
While searching for standalone DVR, we usually find CIF, D1, 960H parameters in the resolution column of every single standalone DVR specification / technical table.
CIF, D1 & 960H are the recording and playback resolution for DVR.
These resolutions are the most important parameters that defines DVR performance and resolution
When referring to recording resolution the industry usually uses either a variant of CIF, which is 360 x 240 pixel resolution, or D1, which is 720 x 480 pixel resolution. There is a distinction that needs to be addressed here. Each DVR has a recording resolution and a live video resolution. The live video is always going to be clearer, so when you are evaluating DVR units you really need to know how the recorded video will look, since that will be your actionable evidence in the event of a security problem. D1 is currently the highest resolution used for recording, but most standalone DVRs are not able to record in D1 in realtime, which is 30 frames per second (fps) on all the channels at the same time, though some of the new units coming out are starting to improve on that.
What is CIF?
CIF is acronym of Common Intermediate Format.
It has 360*240 pixels video resolution
Features of CIF are:
CIF Resolution is suitable for Video Home System
Adopts non-interlaced scan technique
CIF is Economical
In PAL System CIF Resolution reaches up to 288 TV Lines
In NTSC the maximum video frame rate is 29.97fps.
CIF is an old resolution standard for video surveillance
What is D1?
In Video Surveillance industry there is a misconception that D1 resolution is the resolution that is used for recording, playback and real-time viewing but the fact is that D1 is a Digital TV System standard format; D1 resolution is similar to that of 4CIF
Features of D1 are:
D1 resolution is suitable for HD Video Home System
Adopts interlaced scanning techniques.
D1 is very economical
In PAL System CIF Resolution reaches up to 576 TV Lines
In NTSC the maximum video frame rate is 30fps
What is 960H?
960H is a new standard for security cameras and security DVR’s that provides high resolution images using advanced image sensors. Security cameras that are capable of 960H resolution produce an image that is 960 horizontal and 480 vertical pixels large (960×480).
Features of 960H are:
Higher Resolution Recording: Security cameras and DVR’s that supports 960H resolution are capable of producing superior images that are 34% sharper than D1 and more than 500% sharper than CIF.
Better Image Quality: Recording in 960 H resolution provides a greater amount of image details. Images are sharper and it is easier to distinguish objects that are close together.
True to Life: 960H creates a wide-screen picture
Easy to Upgrade: Upgrading to 960H will save your time and money compared with IP camera systems that require rewiring.
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Job search is and always has been an integral part of people’s working lives. Whether one is brand new to the labor market or considered a mature, experienced worker, job seekers are regularly met with new challenges in a variety of organizational settings. Edited by Ute-Christine Klehe and Edwin A.J. van Hooft, The Oxford Handbook of Job Loss and Job Search provides readers with one of the first comprehensive overviews of the latest research and empirical knowledge in the areas of job loss and job search.
Multidisciplinary in nature, Klehe, van Hooft, and their contributing authors offer fascinating insight into the diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives from which job loss and job search have been studied, such as psychology, sociology, labor studies, and economics. Discussing the antecedents and consequences of job loss, as well as outside circumstances that may necessitate a more rigorous job hunt, this Handbook presents in-depth and up-to-date knowledge on the methods and processes of this important time in one’s life. Further, it examines the unique circumstances faced by different populations during their job search, such as those working job-to-job, the unemployed, mature job seekers, international job seekers, and temporary employed workers.
Job loss and unemployment are among the worst stressors individuals can encounter during their lifetimes. As a result, this Handbook concludes with a discussion of the various types of interventions developed to aid the unemployed. Further, it offers readers important insights and identifies best practices for both scholars and practitioners working in the areas of job loss, unemployment, career transitions, outplacement, and job search.
The Kodansha Comics Digital Sampler – UNREAL contains the full first chapters of all of our fantasy, sci-fi and supernatural manga series, including At Full Moon, Attack on Titan, Cage of Eden, Fairy Tail, Mardock Scramble, Ninja Girls, No. 6, Sankarea, and Until The Full Moon.
In Zombie Death War Shooting you are specified on low virus infected area. You are the only survivor in this war against dead zombies to experience the thrill. Your entire city is infected so don’t need to move and killer blood is everywhere. Save yourself from, these dead zombies and Shoot zombies in the head to save your time and survive easily in this war. Experiencing FPS zombie shooting game you will need to manage your assault rifle and bullets kill every undead before they drive you to death! The dead zombies are increasing the thrill of game play with zombie shooting in a 3D environment. Just relax don’t need to pull the trigger of your sniper rifle or gun to kill them just aim them. Zombies are weak at the neck and head part, so try to take the head shot effect first.
– Stunning graphics
– More heavy & light Weapon store
– First person shooting game
– Unlimited simulation
– Scary and effective soundtrack
– Free unlimited play
– Realistic physics
Ubisoft is one of the best game developers that you can find right now on the market as they always try to provide one of a kind, beautiful game worlds that you can explore at your own pace. Recently, Far Cry 4 has been released by them, showing once again that the company is a master at creating one of a kind, stellar environments that players can explore in any way they see fit.
The Far Cry 4 story pits us in the middle of a regional war against the forces of Pagan Min and the rebels. We play as Ajay Gale, a local from Kyrat that comes back to the native lands to mourn his mother. Here he will see that he needs to ally with either one site or the other. The missions in Far Cry 4 are varied enough to make it widely interesting, even if the story brings some cliché moments from time.
Just like the previous game in the series, Far Cry 4 is all about exploring a massive game world. And while in Far Cry 3 we had a luxurious island, now with Far Cry 4 we can explore a virtual world that is very similar to the Himalayan region. Named Kyrat, the place is filled with side missions, quests and a plethora of animals that just make the whole experience feel authentic. We liked the fact that the animals in Far Cry 4 actually play a major role in the gameplay, because you can use them in battle. In fact, if you want you can draw the animals towards enemies and kill them or you can even ride the elephants to destroy the games.
In regards to the combat, Far Cry 4 does a great job in keeping the same feeling found in the previous title, and even if it’s pretty much more of the same in this regard, the fact that you have a large, new world to explore more than makes up for it when it comes to innovation.
We found the game mechanics such as conquering towers to be very interesting, even if they are brought from the previous title. But maybe the best part about Far Cry 4 is that you simply aren’t restricted to play the game in any way, instead you can easily explore the game land as you see fit.
With so many missions and side challenges like driving buggies or kiting, it can be hard to focus on the current challenge that the main story brings. On top of that, we also liked that the decisions you make do affect the story, in fact there are two different endings that just wait to be unraveled, pretty much like in Far Cry 3.
No matter if you just want to use a C4 to get into an enemy compound or you just want to take a minute to explore the land for some new herbs to add to your collection, in Far Cry 4 you will be able to do all of that and more. And even though Pagan Min might not be the very bad villain that the trailers portrayed him to be, he still brings many challenges into the mix, and you will definitely be impressed by the story most of the time.
Co-op and PVP
Alongside the great campaign and singleplayer mode, Far Cry 4 also brings a challenging and fun multiplayer. You can engage in a PVP mode where you need to kill the others as fast as possible in order to win, which is actually a great game mode that has a neat progression system. And as if that wasn’t enough, the multiplayer is also bringing a cooperative experience that allows us to join one of our friends in a very interesting battle against the enemy forces.
Sounds and graphics
Graphically, this is the most visually appealing game in the Far Cry series, as it takes full advantage of the latest tech to make the snow, hair and even the backgrounds look as realistic as possible. Character design is great, animations are fluid and the whole experience of exploring Kyrat is an amazing one from a visual standpoint. There are some minor graphical bugs from time to time, but these aren’t game breaking at all.
The soundtrack is similar to what we were able to find in Far Cry 3, this time however we get a Himalayan version. As for the voice-overs, they are nicely done, especially when it comes to Pagan Min and the other main characters in the story.
Far Cry 4 successfully manages to capture the essence of a Far Cry game, and even though it doesn’t really innovate the formula, bringing more of the same is enough for shooter enthusiasts to have a killer time with the title. We recommend it to anyone that wants a wonderful time in the Himalayas, without being restricted by anything. Far Cry 4 is all about freedom, good shooting and an interesting story, so if you are looking for that, then the title is well worth taking a look at!