A few days ago I bought one of those cheap laser engravers by NEJE. But the official software is only available for Windows.
So I thought that this is good chance to give QT a try. The result is available on GitHub and I named it EzGraver. As QT supports multiple platforms, I set up build jobs for all of them. This means, EzGraver is available for use on Windows, OSX and Linux.
Powershell has a strong .NET Framework integration. Because of this, you can do some pretty cool things with it. As .NET provides an UDP-Cliet, we can use it to make a simple wake on lan script using powershell. Continue reading Wake on lan using powershell
I have a little movie and tv-show collection and use the popular open-source mediacenter software Kodi to organize it. But as some tv-shows/movies have other image frequencies/fps than others, it necessary to change the screen refresh rate accordingly. Kodi already delivers an integrated functionality to automatically change the refresh rate as required.
Personally, I like to have some control over this, so I decided to develope a small windows application in C++ (with some C in order to work with the Win32 API) to accomplish this. Doing so a is definitely not a big task. Continue reading Changing screen refresh rate with a keyboard shortcut
I personally do not like always creating applications for basic tasks. This is even the case when writing an application is probably easier than doing the same with batches, but I like these challenges. In my case, I had a few videos I wanted to process with AviSynth. Rather than creating multiple copies of the AviSynth script, I wanted to create a template where all other derive from. Continue reading Replacing contents of a text file with batch