Unfortunately for Cross-Platform developers, there is no standard method or API that you can code once and use to have TTS (Text to Speech) in your programs. You may find some 3rd party libraries that allow a great deal of reusability in different Operating Systems but at some point they also prove to do less […]
Finding edges is crucial in many image processing applications because it gives a better understanding of the elements in a picture. This post contains download link to an example project (ready to build and run) in Qt that uses nothing but the existing Qt classes, namely QImage, to detect and display edges in a QImage.
To get a list of all available Windows Media Codecs in Qt you have no other choice but to use C++ interfaces from Windows Media Format SDK. In this post I am sharing an example source code which allows you to do that in Qt. If you are developing using Qt and MSVC compilers for Windows […]
In this article I’ll explain the process of combining C++ and VBScript codes together. There are many situations in which you find yourself in desperate need of some simple code that can handle what your program wants to do. An example that comes to my mind is using DDE Protocol in Windows. It can be heartbreaking to try and write a […]
To read ID3 tags from MP3 files using C++ and Qt you can take many routes and here are some of them:
Following is the slightly modified version of the example for “Introduction to Support Vector Machines” that is working with OpenCV v.3.0.0 (Current version on OpenCV website only works with version 2.4.X) I assume that you have installed OpenCV 3.0.0 on your computer successfully and you know how to add library references etc. If you have […]
Qt is a cross-platform framework that encapsulates API across many Operating Systems but one always faces situations in which he/she needs to access and use OS specific capabilities. Windows API is a massive collection of interfaces that allow a programmer to use and include Windows features in their programs. Below is a simple example on […]