The Background Burner will be discontinued on March 2, 2021. Users are able to download their images before the website goes offline and burner bonanza images are lost. If you have a Background Burner Pro Membership: • Log in to the Background Burner homepage: https://burner.bonanza.com/ • Click on "Your images" 3. Clicking on "Your images" will take you to the upload page. Then click on the "Download results" tab.
There is the option to use our bulk zip file downloader on this page. (The options for the free users are also available here.) This option is only available for images less than six months old. If you used the free version of the Background Burner: • Go to the Background Burner image page: https://burner.bonanza.com/background_burns/selected • Hover your mouse cursor over the upper left corner of any image to see the download options.
Images with a transparent background burner bonanza be in a PNG file type. Those with a white background will be in a JPG file type. Please note that this option WILL NOT WORK for any image that was uploaded over 6 months ago. You can still download images older than 6 months, but you have to right-click on the image thumbnail and save it to your computer, this will download the full-size burner bonanza with a white background only.
If you have any questions about how to get your burned images downloaded we are available to help. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please supply your username and the email address associated with your account if you have a membership. If you are looking for a new program to remove the backgrounds from your images, check out these: • Remove.bg • TouchRetouch • Background Eraser Thanks again for using the Background Burner! CATEGORIES • Baby • Books • Business & Industrial • Cameras And Photos • Cell Phones & Accessories • Computers & Tablets • Consumer Electronics • Digital Goods • Dolls & Bears • DVDs & Movies • Everything Else • Music • Musical Instruments & Gear • Parts & Accessories • Pet Supplies • Specialty Services • Sporting Goods • Tickets & Experiences • Burner bonanza & Hobbies • Travel • Video Games & Consoles In 2012 Bonanza became the first online marketplace to provide a tool that allows you to automatically remove backgrounds from your images.
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Additionally we have just added the ability for you to resize burned images. With this functionality (resizing images) you can burner bonanza your images so they meet the image guidelines for other marketplaces (ie, eBay) you sell on. Â Background Burn your images for free on every item detail page (where you add images for single listings) Alternatively you can also go to this link, which will take you to our main Background Burner landing page, and you can upload images there.
As Bill mentioned in our last blog, we are continuing to enhance our Background Burner and are also working on "bringing the whole show to mobile platforms" soon. We would love to hear any feedback you have about our Background Burner and sincerely appreciate you letting us know how we can make it better for all.
Â Â AbbysAttic says: 01/08/14 at 05:53:02 Looking forward to trying it again. I never opted for it in the past because I did not like what I saw as the image options. OK. Tried it and Iâ€™m confused. I went to a listing and clicked edit. Selected background burner bonanza on one of the pictures.
Picked the burn I liked best but touched it up a bit. Saved. But itâ€™s not showing up on my listing. I guess I need a step by step here.
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Otherwise, read on to learn the backstory, technical details, and future plans for the Background Burner. Quest for Conversion That background isn't helping Ever since we founded Bonanza back in 2008, one of our guiding principles has been to make more sales for our merchants by maximizing their products' visibility, traffic and sell-through. Weâ€™ve created a huge amount of great tools and tech to help achieve those goals, and its been working: our conversion rates have steadily increased every year as a result burner bonanza our continued efforts.
But when we looked at the differences between our top-selling merchants and those who were struggling, we noticed a clear trend popping up again and again: The top-selling merchants had great product photos (often shot in expensive photo studios), while the others had product photos that were, to put it gently, â€œmeh.â€ There are many studies showing that attractive product photos can increase sell-through significantly. Nothing new there. But itâ€™s actually quite difficult for most merchants to take good product photos because the products they're listing are in their garage, or their yard, or in the middle of a messy kidsâ€™ room.
In other words, the products might look great - but the backdrops, not so much.
And a bad backdrop makes for a very bad product photo.Â We felt the best way to help our merchants improve their photos was to replace the background with a white backdrop. It's the result that top-selling merchants pay thousands of dollars to attain (via studio & equipment), and it's what marketplaces like Amazon alreadyÂ require.
So we began searching for any burner bonanza software that could automatically process product images, and change a cluttered back yard into a clean white background. How hard could it be? What we discovered was more than just discouraging.
it was a little bit shocking. A Fools' Errand With the power of the Internet at our fingertips, we assumed that finding software to remove the background from a photo wouldn't take long. But searching for "background image removal" yielded a wasteland of companies that wanted to charge $1 per picture to manually remove the background - presumably outsourcing to the cheapest possible country burner bonanza with as much as a 24-hour delay.
And the software tools available ranged from slow, to inaccurate, to just plain terrible. Neither option would be a good experience for burner bonanza merchants. It was clear that we needed an expert. So I visited a University of Washington image processing professor who delivered some surprising news: To his knowledge, the problem of how to remove an arbitrary background was a "computer vision" problem that had remained unsolved since at least the 1980s (when the still-ubiquitous canny edge detector was developed).
He told me that he would be "shocked" if we could solve a problem that has stumped image scientists for decades. He warned us not to try it. It was a fools' errand. But I just couldnâ€™t stop thinking about how completely awesome it would be for our sellers to have a technology that would make their images look great, and increase conversions accordingly. Maybe the problem was unsolved because past attempts had been academic burner bonanza by students (or professors) who didn't have as much time or programming experience as we did?
I hoped so, because Iâ€™d already made up my mind: We were going for it. Baby Steps When we started digging into the problem ourselves, our first observation was that pictures of items are often centered, with a blank or burner bonanza background behind the item, like this: We downloaded OpenCV and built an algorithm that would loop around the edge of the image and remove everything within a given color threshold.
It worked surprisingly well. More than 30% of our test images could suddenly be processed into something much cleaner-looking (and higher-converting) for buyers. Progress! The bad news was that we quickly learned this 30% was a local maxima. Tweaking the color threshold to be more sensitive didn't cut out enough, and training it to be less sensitive would remove the subject. We spent a couple weeks trying different tricks to salvage the idea, but it was clear that the approach would never yield more than 50% accuracy in its results.
We ended up scrapping 2 monthsâ€™ worth of development effort.
We started a second version from scratch, then scrapped that one about 6 months later. Maybe that UW professor was right. What had we gotten ourselves into? Â The Part of the Story Where You Enter in a Cape Getting the foreground identified in 70% of pictures burner bonanza the hard ones) is a great start. It is a significant leap forward over any other background recognition technology that we know to exist.
But it isn't enough, because we know that with our current debugging suite, we can push our accuracy rate burner bonanza 90% by the end of 2014. We should also be able to speed up its processing by at least 50% this year. The problem? We've still got thisÂ top-rated marketplace to grow. That marketplace earns money, whereas the Background Burner doesn't, yet.
And so our sellers have taken precedence over perfecting the Background Burner, which, for the past year, has been mostly "back burnered" burner bonanza our development schedule. In order to drive the Background Burner up to the 95% accuracy we can ultimately achieve, we need some killer apps to be built with it so we can financially justify hiring a dedicated developer (maybe you? ) to work alongside our successful and growing marketplace team.
Take Our Ideas, Please! I can't be the only one who needs an evil sorcerer in their profile picture We've been using and improving the burner on Bonanza for a couple years now.
It is a battle-tested platform  upon which you can build apps that feel like magic. We're burner bonanza that you will build these apps and discover great success: • A tool that can take a picture of an item, recognize what it is, and post it to Bonanza from mobile platforms (no typing necessary!) • A mobile app that lets people burn backgrounds and put the photo subjects into greeting cards • A mobile app that can use the burner to recognize a product at a store (using its color and shape properties) • A tool that burns away background from Facebook/Twitter pictures and replaces with something funnier/campier • Customizing avatars or graphics in video games • Make graphic design (brochure layout, Powerpoints, etc.) easier • Google Glass object burner bonanza The more interesting ways that the burner gets used, the more we can justify perfecting its core technology.
Roadmap Assuming we see solid adoption, here's where we plan to be by the end of 2014, given a dedicated developer: • 90% accuracy identifying image subject given arbitrary input image • All burns complete in 5 seconds or less • Burn editing tool loads and switches all pages in < 2 seconds • Create (and make available via API) v1 of our technology to match one image to another (combines with burning technology to identify arbitrary images taken from mobile phones, or wherever) Â We already have the debugging suite built out to make goal #1 a straightforward-enough matter.
We've also built a performance analysis framework that lets us see where the bottlenecks currently exist in our image processing, putting us on the road to goals #2 and #3. And we already have a beta version of our image matching product, burner bonanza it needs more polish before it can see the light of day.
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tl;dr about one cent per image burned. Drop us a line! Much of the rationale for releasing the Background Burner (at the price of "almost-free") is that we want to spark the creativity of developers; we believe that the Background Burner opens new doors for interactive image processing applications. If you've got an idea for a world-changing app, we'd love to hear about it. If you have an idea for a boring novelty app, tell us about that, too.
Drop us a line at api -at- bonanza.com and let us hear your grandiose visions! Or, you know, just start hacking on this and get back to us later.Â Â Â To the extent that complex results aren't perfect, we provide our burn touchup tool at no cost to users. It generally can wrangle any burn into the correct result in seconds. You can experience it at our Background Burner landing pageÂ if you click "touch up" below your burn result.
 Does the challenge of building something once thought impossible get you excited? Do you live in the Seattle area? We'd like to find someone to help us continue improving the Background Burner and build out related image technologies.
Drop us a line at jobs -at- bonanza.com. We've got a pretty sweet benefits package (i.e., work every February from the tropics), as you can see in our still-active Craigslist posting for a Devops Engineer.  Though as burner bonanza publishing time, the API is still brand spanking new, so it may have some hiccups in its first few days.
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Burner modulates maintaining a constant discharge temperature (60°F-90°F). Spray speed pots adjusts booth pressure.
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Cure speed pot adjusts booth pressure. COOL down timer (preset) is energized. BOOTH LIGHTS turn ON. Temperature control switches to SPRAY selector (60°F-90°F). Burner modulates maintaining a constant discharge temperature.
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