Adding an external power supply to a cheap USB hub

Adding an external power supply to a cheap USB hub

Hi again! In this post I’m going to show you how to add an external power supply to a cheap USB hub. 🙂     I’ve been running some experiments with two Logitech Quickcam for Notebooks Pro and the Raspberry Pi and unfortunately I haven’t been getting any good results. I can’t get many fps and



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How to locate files in linux

Hi! Have you ever needed to find some files in linux? Here’s a quick and easy “How To” on it. To locate files you can use the command “locate” (yes, to locate, use “locate”, pretty obvious, huh? :P). If you know the name of the file just launch a terminal and write: locate “filename”  



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How to resize multiple images at once

Hi! This post is about a common need for everyone. That’s highly probable that, at least once, you needed to resize lots of pictures, either to spare some storage space or just because you needed them to have a specific size for some reason. Below you’ll find a script to do it with no effort



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How to create a video from multiple images

Hi! If you work with computer vision maybe you have had the need to generate a video from a sequence of images, in order to get a dynamic view of your results. I’m going to show you a very easy way to do that with a simple command, using ffmpeg 🙂 .   So, let’s



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