Pro Tip: Batch-remove the audio from a set of video files

I recently wanted to remove the audio from a bunch of B-Roll I was giving to someone else, because lets face it, I'm always talking about something ultra-nerdy in the background. In my case they were the MOV files straight out of the camera, and I wanted them put into a directory called `no-audio`. On … Continue reading Pro Tip: Batch-remove the audio from a set of video files

Update on my C++ development environment

A while back I posted this post: https://guysherman.com/2015/08/22/towards-a-cross-platform-cc-dev-environment/ At the time I was using GCC as my compiler, so I was using: linter-gcc and autocomplete-clang. I found the GCC linter a bit flakey, and to be honest, GCC's error messages are just the worst. So, I decided to move to Clang as my compiler and … Continue reading Update on my C++ development environment

Using Let’s Encrypt to Generate an SSL Certificate for Azure, on Mac

Today I needed to set up an SSL certificate for our company website. Being frugal, and interested, I decided to try Let's Encrypt (a new organisation which aims to make SSL free, so that nobody has any excuses). First step, get the client by cloning the git repository: git clone¬†https://github.com/letsencrypt/letsencrypt.git Now, before you start: if … Continue reading Using Let’s Encrypt to Generate an SSL Certificate for Azure, on Mac