Saturday, January 11, 2014

SSID management

show wlan list:
netsh wlan show profile
remove wlan profile:
netsh wlan delete profile

Wednesday, August 07, 2013

How to Create a Wireless Hosted Network (WiFi Hotspot)

You can actually create a wifi hotspot from the Command prompt.
Just follow these simple steps, and you should have it ready to run.
1. Open Command prompt as administrator.
2. Type in:
netsh wlan set hostednetwork mode=allow SSID=test key=password 
(You can name your SSID and key to whatever you want it to be)
3. Type:
netsh wlan start hostednetwork 
(To stop it, type: netsh wlan stop hostednetwork)


source:  
http://www.makeuseof.com/answers/is-there-a-good-alterantive-to-connectify-pro-to-turn-windows-7-into-a-wifi-hotspot/
http://geeksandtweaks.com/wp/how-to-create-wireless-hosted-network/

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Playing 3D SBS Videos as 3D Anaglyph with Media Player Classic

The tools:
  1. Download and install Avisynth
  2. Download and install Pantarheon 3D AviSynth Toolbox Installer
  3. Download and install K-Lite Codec Pack full version.
Configuring ffdshow:


  1. Navigate to Start menu, Program Files, K-Lite Codec Pack, Configuration and choose “ffdshow video decoder”
  2. On the Codecs menu, scroll down and find “Raw Video” and change the decoder to “all supported”
  3. Now on the left menu, scroll down to Avisynth, check the box and add the following code in to the Avisynth script form
    c = ConvertToRGB32()
    w = c.width()/2
    h = c.height()/2
    LeftRight3DToRCAnaglyph(c).Lanczos4Resize(w, h)
  4. Save and close.
Configuring Media Player Classic:


  1. Open Media Player Classic and press “O” to open Option menu
  2. On “Internal Filter” unchecked all Filters
  3. On “External Filter” unchecked all Filters and click Add Filter to add another filters
  4. Find “ffdshow Video Decoder” and change from “Set Merit” to “Prefer”
  5. Repeat the steps to add “ffdshow Audio Processor” and “ffdshow Raw Filter”
  6. Apply and restart Media Player Classic.

source: http://www.oaultimate.com/computers/playing-3d-sbs-videos-as-3d-anaglyph.html