Foobar2000 has a plugin called bpm auto analysis that will do bpm analysis - you'll just need to add the two dlls to the component folder.
can be run in portable mode, so you can run it in addition to your current music player
can be run as a batch job on selected songs in a playlist (or all songs on a playlist)
can be set to write to the bpm tag
IrfanView has a very powerful batch conversion / resize / renaming tool and allows you to save them in a different folder.
It remembers your last used settings, but you can also Save/Load settings as well.
From the File menu > "Batch Conversion/Rename..." - you are presented with the main "Batch conversion" dialog box:
After laughing seriously, I got to realize your question is quite reasonable! I don't really know if there is an app like this, however you can set up Excel to do this for you or even use a BI feature, such as Tableau Public which is absolutely free. You can then set up various categories but you'll need to invest a while to enter your shopping info for a ...
There are several apps for that available. I personally used WiFi Web Login in the past, and even bought the pro key for this app. It works pretty well:
You have to once record your captive login (i.e. you start the app, say to add a new "portal", and then manually start your login procedure from within the app. Once done, this is recorded as macro; as soon ...
I use most of the time Traktor. Its features:
non-free (like beers) but:
commonly used among DJs (so you can expect the BPM to be accurate)
update MP3 tags to include BPM info extracted from the files, while not losing other information already existing in those tags
BPM with 3-decimal (BTW keep in mind that the ID3 BPM is an integer, while a decent music ...
Assuming they are mass storage based devices bvckup has a nice device based syncing feature. Create a backup job thats triggered on insert for each device, using the "by device fingerprint" or "by volume label" option for the destination per USB device/backup directory.
bvck2 is free for now, and 20 dollars on release while its in beta for now, its been in ...
I think Buffer would best solve your purpose.
Buffer is an auto-posting service that’s widely used to schedule posts to Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and even App.net. In addition to these services, Buffer has recently added support for Google+ Pages. This support uses Google’s official API, so Buffer should work very well for people who need to schedule ...
NPackd is an open source package manager for windows, it is able to install/remove/upgrade programs unattended.
NPackdCL is the command line tool that comes with NPackd, you can for example run this from a script/scheduled task to upgrade all your software that is currently not up-to-date.
A list of the software packages manageable with Npackd is available ...
In the old days there was a hardware solution, most hardware modems can do this for you, especially fax modems - you had to read the manual but with the basic command set sending to the modem the sequence:
ATDTSomeNumber ,,, 2 , 3 , 2 , 6 ,,H0
Would dial SomeNumber wait for 6 seconds, (2 seconds per comma), press 2, wait 2 seconds, press 3, etc., then hang ...
My recommendation would be Hootsuite. Hootsuite is social media management dashboard where you can manage multiple social networks directly from Hootsuite (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Wordpress, Google+, Foursqare) or by adding available apps (Flickr, Youtebe, Gmail, Instagram, Reddit, Pinterest and others). Hootsuite permits scheduling tweets and messages,...
Probably not the original program you're looking for, but VideoCacheView offers similar functionality, in addition to being free.
It basically scans your browser cache and lets you select which videos to keep.
Features based on your criteria:
Before 2007: No
Windows XP/Vista support: Yes
Works best on YouTube: Yes
Stops recording if you ...
You're going about it the wrong way. Instead of automating a reminder to buy some, just have them shipped to your house on a regular basis.
The first thing that comes to mind is Alice.com, but that site is undergoing a reboot.
The next alternative would be Amazon Subscribe and Save
Going beyond garbage bags though, that's were it ...
To automate all things on my Droids, I use Tasker1. Like Steve with IFTTT, I didn't check with your specific situation – but given the fact that Tasker is the most powerful automation tool available for Android, I trust it to be capable of this. Tasker works with so-called "profiles", consisting of a (number of) "conditions", which you can assign "tasks" to. ...
I have been happily using https://www.changedetection.com/ for over 10 years now. Give it a URL and it will email you when any part of the page changes.
"Since 1999 ChangeDetection.com has been providing page change
monitoring and notification services to internet users worldwide.
Anyone can use our service to monitor any website page for changes.
The Android app Web Alert (http://www.webalert.me) is by far the best for automatically checking web pages for changes and receiving notifications. It has several more features:
View diffs of the changes.
Free and without ads.
Stores the versions of the webpage.
Choose any frequency of the checks you like.
Automate the navigation process (e.g. repeat the ...
There is a service called Terms of Service; Didn't read on which gives you a rating on terms of services. It is available as a browser addon for Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari.
It is at least closely related to what you look for.
There seem to be a number of options on how to do this. Unfortunately, there's no real pure Windows application. They all seem to rely on scripts and the like.
As One of the SuperUser quetions pointed out, there is a scripting tool called WebInject that could be used to make a script that opens up the page and logs in for you. As I mentioned in the comments,...
BPM Counter (Abyssmedia) is free (as in you-know-what) and will chew through thousands of MP3s analyzing the BPM and (if you check the option) insert this into the BPM tag. Has a decent GUI, works on Windows 7, 8, and 10 (probably XP but I didn't test), and is very easy to operate. The only downside is that sometimes (maybe about 5-10% of the time) it's ...
I already was in the same situation. I resolve it with FastStone Resizer.
Your requirement are covered :
You can rename your images with some options (target directory, original name, time information, sequential number, upper/lower case, sorting, ...)
Re-sizing tool (% or pixel based, ratio-preserved or not, ...)
Other functionality ...
I've used Caesium for a few years now and have found it quite stable and easy to use. It is primarily an image compressor, but it also features resizing functionality by both absolute pixel values and a relative percentage. Resizing is turned off by default but it is very easy to enable and customize directly from the main window.
It allows selection of ...
I think you are looking for Sikuli.
This tool will run at the first level to simulate a real user, whether on a webpage or a desktop application. I don't have a first user experience with this tool But in my previous company they have seriously considered it as the main testing tool for one of the projects and saw my colleges working on it.
It seems it ...
I've been using two tools for that purpose so far:
Initially I used urlwatch as a cron job which sends mail upon website changes. But it caused too many false positives for my taste and ignoring parts of web pages required plugin programming.
What I use now is specto despite it's no more maintained, but it does the job quite well. It sits in the system ...
You need What did I say?:
works on Windows: yes, requires .NET 4.5
constantly records the last X minutes of audio: yes, configurable time span
in the background: once configured, the window disappears and changes into a notification icon
being inputted into the microphone: the source can be selected if there are multiple
whenever my PC is on: not ...
It's possible to convert .pdf document to a text file. After doing that it should be possible to extract a piece of text depending on how regular will it be using regular expressions. You did not specify what OS you are using but on *nix it's possible to automate this using pdftotext command line tool and a combination of grep/sed/cut/awk/perl.
In Linux you can use the shell scripting (such as Bash) along with relevant command-line tools described below.
This is a command-line tool for faking input from the mouse and keyboard. It also supports window manager actions such as moving, activating, and other actions on windows.
Home page: jordansissel/xdotool at GitHub
Install via: sudo apt-...