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Rav1e GUI v1.11 released!

Rav1e GUI v1.11 released!

Hi everyone, Today, I have released rav1e GUI v1.11: This new version adds support for tiles. It allows you to encode a video using rav1e’s multithreading. When Tiles are enabled, rav1e GUI will not split the video files into segments. Rather, it will use a single rav1e instance but it will utilize the amount of threads specified, which is passed as an argument to rav1e. The Advanced Options window was updated to include the tiles row and column options: This…

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Google Drive Upload Tool v1.10 released!

Google Drive Upload Tool v1.10 released!

Hi everyone, In the past few days, I released Google Drive Upload Tool v1.10: This new version adds the ability to verify a file checksum without having to save the checksum file and without the need for a third party tool. You can now select a file in the file explorer, right click it, and select the new Verify Checksum option. You’ll then need to browse for the original file in your PC and the software will verify it for…

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Programming Saturday: rav1e GUI

Programming Saturday: rav1e GUI

Hi everyone, Today, I spent the afternoon programming my rav1e GUI software. It’s been about a month since I last released a rav1e GUI update, and rav1e itself has improved by then. While I still haven’t released a new GUI version, I did some programming to it to add some of the new rav1e features. Unfortunately, the tests were not successful and I believe this has to do to some changed in the encoder itself. Don’t worry, I’ve opened an…

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Installing Rust on Windows

Installing Rust on Windows

Hi everyone, Today, I’ll show you how to install Rust on Windows. The steps are very easy! 1. First, navigate to https://rustup.rs/: 2. Click the “rustup-init.exe” link and save the installer: 3. Click “Run”: 4. You’ll be presented a Command-Line window. Type “1” and press enter: 5. Installation will begin: 6. If everything runs as it should, you should see the following: That’s it! Rust is installed!

DLNA Player v0.2 released

DLNA Player v0.2 released

Hi everyone, Yesterday, I continued improving my DLNA Player software. It includes some improvements and also adds Google Drive support, so now you will be able to stream your music files stored in the cloud to your DLNA-Enabled device! By going to the new Cloud menu and selecting Google Drive, you’ll be presented with a convenient browser listing your files and folders, allowing you to select which files to add to the play queue. Once the files are added to…

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Learning and Programming Days – DLNA Player

Learning and Programming Days – DLNA Player

Hi everyone, I got my HiBy R3 music player some time ago and I’ve been enjoying it a lot, and I recently started playing the DLNA portion of it. Using DLNA with Android is a piece of cake thanks to an app called BubbleUPnP, for which I purchased the app license as it allows me to stream my media files without limitations compared with the free version. However, it is when it comes to the PC where I had difficulties…

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A very simple Counter software developed in VB.NET

A very simple Counter software developed in VB.NET

Hi everyone, In this post, I’ll share a software I developed several years ago. This software is very very very simple. It features just 2 buttons and a large number. That number is the counter. The + button will add numbers to the counter: To subtract, we press the – button: And well, that’s the software. It’s a very very very simple software I designed just for fun. I was really bored back then. So, since it was so old,…

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