If you can code something, a possible solution (inspired by Benjamin Pierce's unison tool) could be to compute some hash (e.g. MD5) for every file, keep it in some database (perhaps using sqlite or redis or gdbm), sort that database by MD5 hashes, and compare the contents of every file with the same MD5 hash.
You could also get some inspiration (or borrow ...
You can try http://www.voidtools.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=9806&p=35416&sid=ee965869175f7a88cdf9117f8dbb4596#p35416
Try to search md files and add a content search parameter to search inside content.
Disclaimer: I work for PresentationTools, the author of this software.
CueTimer can also do this, with the "preview" window that can be placed anywhere on the screen and will always stay on top of other windows.
We will soon release a new version where this window can have transparent background.
PoDoFo is a library to work with the PDF file format. The name comes from the first letter of PDF (Portable Document Format). A few tools to work with PDF files are already included in the PoDoFo package.
The PoDoFo library is a free, portable C++ library which includes classes to parse PDF files and modify their contents into memory. The changes can be ...
I have used Recuva to recover deleted files on Windows boxes.
It generally works well. It's easy to use, and has a minimal learning curve.
My big complaint with it is that for years they offered a portable version. Without notice, they pulled the portable version from their website.
Hopefully someday they will come to their senses and release a portable ...
getdataback for ntfs could be helpful. An other solution could be EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard. but don´t expect a 100% recovery from both. Also the files that can be recovered should be big enough, some small text file both programms were unable to recover.
I could quickly find three.
Disclamer: I have never actually used any of them.
StrokesPlus - Open Source
StrokeIt - Free for individual and not-for-profit
gMote - Official website seems to be down
There are many other dedicated apps that do offer builtin mouse gestures, like web browsers and file managers. These tend to be better integrated and work much ...
Do try using the free version of the VSDC video editor that is available from https://www.videosoftdev.com/. I have been using its basic abilities for some months now with excellent results; I have just checked to find that it also does motion graphics.
I. Irfan View. https://www.irfanview.com/
I can not overstate how good this program is. It is fast, simple, but have a ton of options to customize without making it complex.
In Irfan View press "T" (This will open an additional program, Thumbnail viewer)
Select your folder and Choose the images you want. You can select them all (Ctrl+A)
I have two options:
From your phone browser share the URL to your e-mails address. You will later work on that when you are on your PC
If you use FireFox or Chrome on your phone you can create a bookmark folder called "watch later" and save the content to that folder. You then need to sync your phone browser with your PC browser
There is another option, which diverges from OP's request of 'Easy to set up' but is something that I personally feel should be more widespread.
There is an open source project offered by an Intel engineer which allows you to setup a centralized server to coordinate remote monitoring and connection across the web to multiple platforms.
The system is called ...
Like the currently selected answer of TeamViewer, another software from Germany named AnyDesk provides a comparable set of features with a free for personal use license.
To conform with OP's checklist:
Easy to set up
Able to work with different IPs
Windows, Mac and Linux ...
In the event of editing a PDF file, programs that allow you to edit files in PDF format come to the rescue. One of such programs is SwifDoo PDF, created by SwifDoo Software. Thanks to it, it is possible to edit any file in PDF format. It is also an OCR program that recognizes text and save it in a more digestible form. (I am not currently affiliated with the ...
Qt Creator is only good if working with Qt. If you don´t want to be limited to Windows only, Code Block is a good solution. Eclipse is good if you program not only in C but also Java, so you have 1 IDE for both languages. Eclipse is cross-platform as well.
Ooh this would be awesome! Except Windows doesn't work like this.
Unfortunately, both by design and by convention, Windows enforces file type associations by way of file extensions. That is to say, the "name" of the file goes to the left of the period, and the file type goes to the right of the period (file-name.file-type).
Windows does not ...
For scanning single files I would recommend to not rely on a single virus scanner. Instead you can upload them to https://virustotal.com which shows you the scan result of all major and common virus scanner.
VirusTotal also displays other valuable information like when was a file first seen and other details from the file analysis.
There is also a software ...
A standard DVD is only valid if it follows the specifications. The video resolutions are constrained to PAL or NTSC and the disc should really be a DVD. That's the constraint of your first requirement. DVD Styler is a fairly simple app that can do this for you.
If the dvd-player/tv of your friend is 'smart' enough it might be possible that any disk with a ...
I use Clamwin for this.
It runs on Windows but is purely manual. It will only scan a file when you tell it to. It does not scan files on access in real time, you can leave that to Defender if you wish.
It is free to use.
I would use CAINE (Computer Aided Investigative Environment)
CAINE offers a complete forensic environment that is organized to integrate existing software tools as software modules and to provide a friendly graphical interface.
You can install it on a USB stick or on a Virtual Machine.
My magical crystal ball is out of order, so I just assume, that you are not using Linux....
Your requirements are "Basic Editing" and "Motion Graphics". So, basically, you are fine with every single video editing software out there.
Then why not use what you already have? If you have a recent Mac or PC (Windows), you have preinstalled ...