In these days of working from home, you may need to explain how to do something visually on you computer. Windows 10 has a built in screen recorder in the Xbox Game Bar, and I’ve been using this to record … Continue reading Use the Xbox Game Bar in Windows 10 to record tutorials
Here’s a script to reduce the processing of AliceVision’s Meshroom to a single double click. Much as I did for COLMAP, (and here) I’ve put together a batch file that can just be dropped into a folder of photos and … Continue reading Batch Script for running AliceVision MeshRoom from command line
The recent update for Windows 10 enabled a feature that I’m sure has gone unnoticed by many: You can now install a native linux terminal in Windows. Who cares? I hear you ask. Well, I’ll be writing up guides on … Continue reading Installing Bash on Windows 10
For a moment there, between 2012 and 2015, there was a glorious time where it all came together for me. I took to windows 8.1 immediately – it’s the first operating system I’ve ever bought outside of a new computer. … Continue reading The perils of a weak link in an ecosystem chain: How OneDrive’s changes are pushing me out of the windows ecosystem.