For people too lazy to compile the source (or for source I've neglected and
allowed to get out of sync with crblib), I'm gathering some binaries.
All binaries are for Pentium machines on Win32, unless otherwise indicated.
- Very simple picture viewer screen saver; all transitions smooth, gamma correct, etc. goodness. Very good for TV's, not
really recommended for high resolution desktops.
- cbsaver (zip,120k) ; for Win32
- Change Unicode names to "A" code page windows names. Works on dir names & the files inside recursively.
- DeUnicode (zip,50k) ; for Win32
- Makes M3U playlists by recursive scanning a dir of MP3's. Can either put playlist in the mp3 heirarchy or output to a different dir.
I just run this every time I get new music.
- MakePlayLists (zip,46k) ; for Win32
- Realtime Guitar Tuner app + sound playground. Get a mic and throw away that crystal tuner. See readme.txt & blog for more info.
- cbtuner (zip,105k) ; for Win32
- Doubles image dimensions with good filtering. This is a half-done research project I was working on and abandoned. The
predictive mode is semi-broken but the basic filter modes all work.
- imdoub (zip,100k) ; for Win32
- bmputil does crops, concats, sizes and views bmps, jpgs, and tgas. Very handy for batch file / wildcard coordinate-based image edits. Nov 2007.
- update 3-14-2011 : include fimutil also and many updates (see blog)
- bmputil (zip,453k) ; for Win32
- winmove moves & sizes windows by command line arguments. Useful with hot key managers. Jan 26, 2006.
- winmove (zip,13k) ; for Win32 (with source)
- MapParser reads a .MAP file generate by MSVC and outputs a text file with all the symbols
sorted by size. Small, fast. Released 10-11-04.
- MapParser (zip,29k) ; for Win32
- cbwave is the fast wavelet image coder from WaveVideo. In grayscale mode on
a K7 it can use as little as 50 cycles per pixel!! Released 12-30-99.
- cbWave 0.6 (zip,49k) ; for Win32; does bmp and 'raw'
files in & out, also views
- WaveVideo test executables released Nov. 3, 1999 (update 12-30). The real appeal here
is a super-fast wavelet image coder. Using the Haar wavelet transform, I get about 30 fps on
a 256x256 (without display) on my 300 MHz K6 (or around 150 clocks/pel). (I use lots of floats,
so fewer clock cycles are used on a P3 or K7 with a better FPU).
- WaveVideo 0.6 (zip,60k) ; the viewer, for Win32 with DirectDraw.
View fullscreen, or in a window; import & export 'raw' 24bit BGR video streams.
(new 12-30-99 : does bmp sequences in & out; not compatible with alpha version 0.5)
- Sample movies: (for v0.6)
Charles Bloom / cb at my domain
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