Code signing is one of the most popular ways of confirming the integrity of software packages. This is made possible by the author of the PE (such as *exe, *.dll and so on) using a Sign tool to add their signature (a certificate) to the PE file. Checking the signature of PE files on the other hand can be done by using WinVerifyTrust function. This example demonstrates how WinVerifyTrust can be used. In this post I’ll share the slight changes needed to make WinVerifyTrust work with Qt Framework, along with a tool built with Qt Framework, that can be used to verify the signature of all PE files within a chosen folder.Continue reading “SignReport, a Tool for Batch Verification of PE Signatures”
I just released Perspective Cropper application for Windows platforms. I created this app a few months ago to quickly crop and correct the perspective distortion in a huge set of scanned documents and images. The pictures were taken using my smartphone from papers and documents laid on a table and from a few old family albums. Almost all of them had a lit bit of unwanted borders and perspective distortions and my goal was to just keep the parts I needed and remove the unwanted parts in addition to the correct and upright view of the images, as if they were scanned using a scanner.Continue reading “Perspective Cropper 1.2.1 for Windows”
In recent versions of macOS, such as macOS Mojave you might receive a warning message keeping you from running Picture Stamper (or any unregistered 3rd party application) on your computer. Here’s how you can allow it.Continue reading “How to Allow Running Picture Stamper on macOS Mojave”
In this post I’ll describe how you can use Picture Stamper application on Windows and macOS to easily and quickly convert a batch of images to either PNG, JPG or TIF formats and optionally resize them at the same time.Continue reading “Batch Convert and Resize Images Using Picture Stamper”
You can use my new Android app to use the cameras on your phone for a live Fourier Transformation of objects and surroundings. It’s called Fourier Camera and it can be downloaded from the following link:
This application uses OpenCV and Qt framework. If you’ve got any questions about it, you can post your comments below.
Today I released a new version of Picture Stamper after quite a while. This version addresses a few minor issues in the user interface and also as of this version (v2.8.0) you can also set an opacity level for Logo and/or Watermark text that you add to the images. Pretty much everything else is the same, but you can find out for yourself if you head to official Picture Stamper page.
URList is free application written for Windows which allows you to export URLs from a Sitemap file which is located on the web or is downloaded to your computer.Continue reading “URList v1.0 for Windows”
RAW Converter is a free application written for Windows 7 and later. It allows you to convert RAW (*.CR2 and *.CRW) images shot using your Canon EOS camera to Jpeg or Tiff. You can access RAW Converter using Downloads page from the top menu or by clicking on its icon below:Continue reading “First official release for RAW Converter”
You can use ActiveX Control List application to get a complete list of currently installed and registered ActiveX (and COM of course) components that are available on the system.
This new version of Picture Stamper (version 2.5) allows you to also set file type for output and includes optimizations in speed and settings. Also design is much more simple and no tabs to get confused! To download please head to Picture Stamper Official Page below:
It’s available for both Mac OS X and Windows.