OBS. Ninja is an open-source and free web-based program designed to bring live video from an external source into OBS Studio or a web-browser (similar to Zoom). It does this using WebRTC, a framework within browsers and mobile applications that lets you communicate in real time with little to no lag.
Tag: Web Apps
Free MS Office Alternatives
Everyone is familiar with Microsoft Office; it’s the business industry standard. It is more now than ever starting at $69.99 per year or $6.99 per month. For those on a tight budget or just cheap there are free alternatives. Microsoft Office Online The first is none other than Microsoft’s own Microsoft Office Online. Office Online…
Cloud Platforms, Good Idea?
The debate has been going for years. Is it a good idea to put your enterprise in the cloud? Recently the Microsoft Cloud which a huge amount of businesses need to function to keep operations going has had major outages. Microsoft is not the only one to offer cloud applications: Amazon, Google, IBM, Oracle and…
New Pixlr Editor
The New! Pixlr E is a online image editor much like Photoshop with many of the same great features but with none of the price or hassle of installing software. You can use the Pixlr editor on any computer as long as it has a web-browser; including Chromebooks. Unlike Photoshop, which can be intimidating for…
More Google Drive
Last month I showed you Google Drive and how to use the desktop application for Google Drive. This month I want to show you the new web interface for Gdrive. I like the new interface. It makes your files appear to be more organized. 11 Things You Need to Know About the Redesigned Google Drive
If you would like to setup a countdown timer in the Google Chrome web-browser just type “timer” into the address field then enter a time and hit enter. What could be simpler? This the full-screen version of this makes a great test timer.
Chromebook and Chromebox
The Chromebook and the Chromebox are computer that don’t do much more than web-applications. These computers are running the Chrome OS, not Windows. Chrome OS is a highly modified version of Linux that most of it’s user interface is the chrome web-browser. there is no need for other programs because you use all web-applications.
The Chrome Web Store is a website where you can find web applications for the Google Chrome web-browser. Sometimes these are just links to webpage that work maybe just as well in IE or Firefox and other times they are plugins for the Chrome browser. There are a variety of applications from business tool, educational…
Evernote For Mobile
Remember I said Evernote is where you need it and that includes iPhones and Android phones
The Clipper is a simple way of getting info from webpage into Evernote.