You will need FFmpeg installed on your computer as well as added to the environment variable.
You will need ffprobe installed on your computer as well as added to the environment variable.
PowerShell script to test if the given video file is PAL (25fps) or NTSC (29.97fps). Please download the MediaInfo CLI that could be found here, add mediainfo.exe (CLI version) to your system variables, copy the code below and save it as PAL_or_NTSC_Pro+.ps1 and RUN with it! This script can also be used to check the … Continue reading “PAL or NTSC Checker – Using PowerShell, MediaInfo CLI and XML”
PowerShell script to test connection/ping to your host/server on the network. Just copy the code, paste it in notepad, save it as Pinger_Pro+.ps1 and RUN with it
There is a Powershell module for Windows Update. In 3 simple steps for running Windows Update through Powershell. Run the following commands step by step: Note: Run the PowerShell using administrative rights. Step 1: Install the Windows update module in PowerShell Step 2: Check for updates Step 3: Install the available updates
This script will use SOX to normalize the audio file to 0db with a guard to avoid clipping. The script will make a new directory “Normalised” and save the output normalized file in it. Simply run the Powershell script and Drag & Drop the audio file onto the console, hit Enter, and let the magic … Continue reading “Powershell script to normalize audio to file to 0db using SOX (Sound eXchange)”
Ever wondered how to launch CMD (Command Prompt) from Powershell? I did. My mind thinks of random things from 4 pm to 5 pm haha. Please find the tiniest code int he history below.
This script will extract the name and duration of the .wav files in a given folder to a text file. You can change the .wav to .mp3 or other if needed! # Name_and_duration_extractor.ps1 # This script will extract the name and duration of the .wav files in a give folder to a text file. # … Continue reading “Powershell Script to extract the name and duration of audio files .WAV, .MP3”