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  • [Request] help on installing a camera system.

    Does anyone know how I could hook up an old smartphone to my PC, and start recording everything on a 24/48 loop (as in I will always have the past 24 or 48 hours of recordings)?

    I've googled it and I've found many programs, but they're all either set off by motion detection, or it's just to stream, or the max it can record on a loop is 30 mins (again, set off by motion detection)

    I just want a camera to record everything (it will be plugged into my PC) in the last 24-48 hours, that I can go back and check if anything has happened.

    Don't know if this is the proper subreddit , sorry if it's not.

    submitted by /u/CrackCC_Lurking
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  • Request: How can I keep a YouTube video to scale when at full-screen and not stretch to fill a screen resolution larger than itself?

    I just upgraded from my old 1080p monitor to a new 1440p monitor. Most of the videos I watch on YouTube are at 720p or 1080p - 1440p and higher is still uncommon for what I watch. When playing these videos at full-screen, I have been experiencing colour distortion quite often due to the stretching beyond its original resolution to fill the screen.

    To demonstrate what I'm seeing, I downloaded a YouTube video which has a maximum resolution of 1080p and played it on my local VLC player at full-screen. This screenshot is what I get at the default settings to stretch and fill the screen. The colours become distorted on my monitor, exactly the same as when I experience with this same video when watched on YouTube itself.

    When I un-check the VLC player's "Video --> Always fit window" option, the video no longer stretches to fill the screen and instead stays "to scale" and centred in the middle. This screenshot is what I get. The colours are now normal and accurate on my monitor. How can I achieve this without downloading the video?

    The only answer I have found so far is to manually change my monitor resolution from its native 2560x1440 resolution to 1920x1080. It gives me the same thing as in the screenshot above, exactly what I'm looking for. But it's too cumbersome to open my display settings form, select a resolution from the list, apply and confirm changes etc. everytime I want to watch a 720p video, a 1080p video, a 1440p or higher video, or play games. That could easily be 2-3 dozen times a week, if not a lot more.

    Is there any way - Chrome/FireFox extensions, browser/YouTube settings, whatever (com sci grad here, not a tech noob) - to do any of the following:

    1. Keep the video to scale, not stretch to fill the screen, and centred in the middle (as shown above)
    2. Faster and easier toggling between monitor resolutions (similar to quick-toggling between sensitivities on a gaming mouse. Maybe something that gives me a desktop widget or a taskbar icon to open a menu to select from?)
    3. Resize the browser window to specific dimension(s). One Google result from the official YouTube site says that you can re-size the browser window and videos in theatre mode will dynamically re-scale accordingly to fit. Free-form re-sizing based on guesstimates is not what I'm looking for. Perhaps a way to size the browser to specific dimensions by detecting the video's resolution, or based on an option I can select from a menu?

    Whether the address bar, comments section etc. are visible or not isn't very important, I just want the video to be to scale with its resolution setting without needing to download it. If it's at 1080p, I want the video/player size to be 1080p. If it's 720p, then 720p.

    In case it matters, I'm using a ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080Ti (comes with a NVIDIA Control Panel accessible from a taskbar icon), an Acer Predator XB271HU WQHD 144Hz IPS monitor with NVIDIA G-Sync enabled, connected via DisplayPort, and Windows 10 Home 64bit.

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  • Request: speeding a SWF playback speed.

    Hey, one of my teachers records their lectures and posts them so we can go through them again, but from what he told us, they're using some program with a limited license or something, so the output file is an SWF file. Im currently using Media Player Classic to open the files, but i have tried a few other players, none of them can speed up the playback.

    Are there other ways to speed the playback? maybe convert the video format? I wouldn't mind watching the videos on an android, if there's such an option.

    Thanks.

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  • Request: Screen 'sending' software

    Hey all hopefully this is correct place,

    My partner and I are starting an office based business and I am looking at some software to be able to send client info from my reception laptop to the clinic room tablet when each client is in the room. Hopefully that makes sense.

    Ideally I would like to send the client details to the tablet, she can edit the notes section etc and then save/close the file ready for me to send the next clients info.

    I have thought of screen sharing software but I want to send really not just share my reception screen.

    Thanks for any help.

    submitted by /u/DiabolicalMuffin
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  • [Request] I need the *best* OCR software around

    I could save literally a dozen hours a week if I had better OCR software than that baked into other apps I've tried, like Onenote and Drawboard PDF. Does anyone know of a top-shelf OCR program? Preferably one that I can at least try for free before I buy?

    submitted by /u/cayneabel
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  • Request: fitting website content to any window help.

    I have searched for an answer that has only resulted in frustration and a headache!

    I unfortunately have extreme motion sickness and migraine issues, I am lucky if I get more than half an hour study done before motion sickness kicks in and head is pounding. Which then takes a few hours to subside.

    Is there any way to override a website to make the content fit within the window size, WITHOUT the font changing size, and having to move the whole page horizontally back and forth.

    I bought a 27" monitor thinking the larger the size the more information that can fit and the issues won't happen.

    If anything it has made it worse!

    submitted by /u/adaptablekey
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  • [Request] Should I bother with an ultra HD 4K monitor for my midrange laptop?

    My parents are offering me a new monitor for the holidays, and within the price range they've given me, I am eyeing the LG 32UD59-B 32" Ultra HD 4K Monitor. Reviews caution users to be certain their machines are capable of supporting 4K before getting the monitor. Unfortunately, I'm having difficulty determining if my laptop fits the bill.

    Said laptop is a midrange system, an Acer Aspire E 15. I haven't made any changes to the hardware since acquiring it.

    Thanks for anyone who can provide some guidance.

    submitted by /u/eastbayted
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