Sunday, January 21, 2018

Vov Screen Recorder

Vov Screen Recorder: Capture Screen Activity to MKV Video

Snapping the screen to an image or to the clipboard is the easiest thing to do in Windows and perhaps all the Windows users know it already. All you have to do is press the PrintScreen key on your keyboard and the screen is captured into the clipboard. Apart from this there are hundreds of screenshot programs including open-source programs like Greenshot, free programs like MWSnap and commercial programs like SnagIt.

But when it comes to capturing the screen activity and save it as video, then there are not many easy-to-use programs available – whether free or commercial. Most of them try to pack too many features making the programs look very complicated and confusing. But a new software, Vov Screen Recorder makes it very simple to record your screen activity. It has only two buttons – one to start recording the screen and another to stop recording.

You can click on the START button to begin the recording or you can use the hotkey Ctrl + Alt + 1 to do the same. Similarly, you can click on the STOP button to stop the recording or you can use the hotkey Ctrl + Alt + 2 for it. The hotkeys are hard-coded and cannot be changed. In the same way, the destination folder where the video recording file is saved is also hard-coded – the video file is saved on your Windows desktop.

Like many other similar video capture software are doing these days, Vov Screen Recorder also makes use of the popular open-source FFmpeg tools to capture, record and save the video. In fact, all it does is run the command ffmpeg -f gdigrab -framerate 30 -i desktop %UserProfile%\Desktop\output.mkv. You can do it yourself after downloading the FFmpeg tools package from and giving the same command. You can even change the video file format that way. But using Vov Screen Recorder really makes everything very simple and easy to use.

Download: Vov Screen Recorder

Source: Trishtech

Saturday, November 25, 2017

How to convert VCF to CSV

vCard is a file format standard for electronic business cards. vCards are often attached to e-mail messages, but can be exchanged in other ways, such as on the World Wide Web or instant messaging. They can contain name and address information, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, URLs, logos, photographs, and audio clips. In computing, a comma-separated values (CSV) file stores tabular data (numbers and text) in plain text. Each line of the file is a data record. Each record consists of one or more fields, separated by commas. The use of the comma as a field separator is the source of the name for this file format. All vCards begin with BEGIN:VCARD and end with END:VCARD. All vCards must contain the VERSION property, which specifies the vCard version. VERSION must come immediately after BEGIN, except in the vCard 2.1 standard, which allows it to be anywhere in the vCard. Otherwise, properties can be defined in any order. The CSV file format is not standardized. The basic idea of separating fields with a comma is clear, but that idea gets complicated when the field data may also contain commas or even embedded line-breaks. CSV implementations may not handle such field data, or they may use quotation marks to surround the field.

Convert VCF to CSV

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

No Disk Sleep

Prevent Disk Sleep (majorgeeks)

Prevent Disk Sleep is designed to block your USB, primary, secondary hard disk drive from going into sleep mode.

Your machine's hard disks enter into sleep mode during periods of inactivity to allow for system life-extending operations such as disk cooling. Prevent Disk Sleep circumvents sleep mode enabling quick disk response to any file operations even in the event of an extended period of idle time. This process of keeping your HDD awake can be done manually but Prevent Disk Sleep makes it simple by allowing you to create a schedule in a plain text document for the (internal or external) disk of your choosing.

Prevent Disk Sleep comes in a simple UI that permits a quick setup and deployment. Simply choose the disk you want to prevent from sleeping from the drop-down menu, choose the disk write interval, reassign the text file name for quick reference and then click Start. That's it, so if you are looking for a less involved way to prevent your disk from sleep mode rather than manually changing your machine's settings for whatever reason, this will work.