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Disable NvStreamSvc – if you want that.

What is nvstreamsvc.exe?

nvstreamsvc.exe is part of NVIDIA Streamer and developed by NVIDIA Corporation according to the nvstreamsvc.exe version information.
nvstreamsvc.exe’s description is “NVIDIA Streamer Service”
nvstreamsvc.exe is digitally signed by NVIDIA Corporation.
nvstreamsvc.exe is usually located in the “C:\Program Files\NVIDIA Corporation\NvStreamSrv\” folder.

So I want to disable nvstreamsvc and I used this:

sc stop "NvStreamSvc"
sc config "NvStreamSvc" start= disabled 

Make clock with animated SVG file.

This tutorial will be very simple and come with two files.
One of this file was a html file and also one SVG animated file.
First file just put the SVG file into html file, see:

<html>
<head>
<title>Clock with SVG – free-tutorials.org</title>
</head>
<body>
<embed src=”clock.svg” width=”150″ height=”150″ />
</body>
</html>

The next file was a file with svg tags, like type of svg file , tags to make the circles and ticks also one script to take the time and show the clock time.
Take a look and you will understand how is working.

<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”UTF-8″?>
<svg xmlns=”http://www.w3.org/2000/svg”
xmlns:xlink=”http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink”
width=”100%” height=”100%”
viewBox=”0 0 150 150″ version=”1.1″>

<!–  (c) free-tutorials.org –>

<g id=”clock” style=”fill: rgb(10%,10%,10%)” transform=”translate(75,75) rotate(-90)”>
<g id=”fata_ceas”>
<circle style=”fill: rgb(15%,15%,15%)” cx=”0″ cy=”0″ r=”70″    />
<circle style=”fill: rgb(30%,70%,90%)” cx=”0″ cy=”0″ r=”65″/>
<circle style=”fill: rgb(70%,70%,70%)” cx=”0″ cy=”0″ r=”60″/>
</g>

<g id=”minutare”>
<rect transform=”rotate( 0)” x=”42.5″ y=”-2″ width=”17.5″ height=”4″/>
<rect transform=”rotate( 6)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(12)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(18)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(24)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(30)” x=”45″   y=”-2″ width=”15″   height=”4″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(36)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(42)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(48)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(54)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(60)” x=”45″   y=”-2″ width=”15″   height=”4″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(66)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(72)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(78)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
<rect transform=”rotate(84)” x=”55″   y=”-1″ width=”5″    height=”2″/>
</g>

<use xlink:href=”#minutare” transform=”rotate(90)”/>
<use xlink:href=”#minutare” transform=”rotate(180)”/>
<use xlink:href=”#minutare” transform=”rotate(270)”/>

<path id=”hours”   d=”M -15 3.5 37.5 3.5 41 0 37.5 -3.5 -15 -3.5 Z” />
<path id=”minutes” d=”M -15 2   55   2   57 0 55   -2   -15 -2   Z” />
</g>
<script>
var minutehand = document.getElementById (“minutes”);
var hourhand   = document.getElementById (“hours”);

function updateTime () {
var date = new Date ();
var m = date.getMinutes() * 6 + date.getSeconds() / 10;
var h = date.getHours() * 30 + m / 12;

minutehand.setAttribute (“transform”, “rotate(” + m + “)”);
hourhand.setAttribute   (“transform”, “rotate(” + h + “)”);
window.setTimeout (“updateTime()”, 1000);
}

updateTime ();
</script>
</svg>

PowerShell tips – part 003.

Today I will show you new tips and tricks with powershell.

If you want to see more about your operating system information:
Get-CimInstance Win32_OperatingSystem | FL *

Show your Video Driver version:
gwmi win32_VideoController | select DeviceID,Name,DriverVersion | FT *

Take infos about your laptop battery:
gwmi win32_battery
gwmi -Class batterystatus -Namespace root\wmi

You can retrieve performance information about the current Windows PowerShell process:
Get-Process -Id $pid

Resize your command prompt window:
mode 90,30

Blender 3D – hologram effect.

I did not write a tutorial with Blender 3D for a while. Today I used version 2.77 to create a hologram effect tutorial. This tutorial use a simple cube and one plane with subdivision. Just use default scene with cube add a new plane. The next steps are to use TAB key to edit object and W key to select Subdivide. Make this for plane and cube object.
To create the hologram effect you need to select render with Cycles.
Now add one material on Cube and select material to Transparent BSDF.
Open your Node Editor and using Shift+A keys to create this nodes:
hologram effect node blender3d
and the result wil be this:
3D hologram

Download your height map with terrain.

This website allow you to download the height map of your area until 60 km.

You wil have only four PNG format image height map.

May also to convert this image to RAW format if you want to extract all data.