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Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for a professional cinematographer who has experience in shooting and developing virtual reality 360 videos. What is the incentive? My team and I will ultimately choose two or three cinematographers/developers to travel the world and capture breathtaking landscape and scenery (ALL EXPENSES PAID), which will then be converted to a virtual reality application. I hope to start as soon as possible. Best Regards, Oryan Shechter
Skills: Windows App Development Android App Development Cinematography Unity
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
I'm looking for someone to create this windows app - its very important to be delivered in the next 18 hours as I write this. If you can start now and commit to do this in 18 hours, you're in. Here's the workflow: - it will run in PORTRAIT MODE 1080x1920 resolution (most important) on a touchscreen kiosk - User comes in front of the webcam, by default a screensaver is playing (just a video is looping) - there is a button called 'click here to record your video' - user taps the button, record window starts, showing full screen camera view - records the video of the user for 20 seconds, - Asks for user's name (pop-up screen keyboard) - saves the video in a folder as a filename with user's name and date - returns to screen saver This link gives a clear idea:
Skills: Windows App Development Game Development HTML5 Unity
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
I have 3 files in my c# project that total has 14,500 lines of code give or take. the biggest one is over 11k itself I was hoping someone could guide me into showing me a way to refactor the code so I can decrease some of the code. I want to do the work myself I am just asking for a guide to get me started. in case you need to know I am using vs2013,windows forms
Skills: Windows App Development .NET Framework C#
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
The end-goal of this job is to create a fully functional, high performance, high scalability shell namespace extension; capable of working on Windows versions XP through Server 2016, both 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. This shell namespace extension will replicate and extend the capabilities found in the existing shell namespace extension found in the package downloadable from In a nutshell, this shell namespace extension is very capable, and extends Windows's built-in ZIP folders feature to more than 80+ archive types, including seamless compression/extraction in response to user actions such as double-click, copy/paste, drag/drop, etc. It also supports advanced archive-specific features, such as integrity testing, self-extractor conversion, and more. We are migrating our existing shell namespace extension code from our custom platform to the ShellPlus platform. Unfortunately, the ShellPlus platform has many bugs, which affect performance, features, and reliability. However, because the ShellPlus platform has a more modular component-based architecture, as well as support for Windows's built-in shell browser, we have decided to undertake this migration. Therefore, you will be simultaneously working on fixing the bugs inside the ShellPlus component library (your work will be donated back to the original component vendor, so they may offer the same improvements back to their customers), as well as completing the implementation of the actual shell namespace extension, consuming the fixed ShellPlus library. You do not need to write any archive management code at all. You will be calling command-line executables for all archive related tasks, including file listing, compression, extraction, and advanced archive-specific functions such as testing, self-extractor creation, and more. Therefore, your work and time will be spent almost exclusively on the ShellPlus component code, and the shell namespace extension implementation. We have defined four milestones as part of this project: 1) Archive enumeration (including full Unicode support). Please note, we have already attached code which partially implements archive enumeration (as best as currently possible, within the limitations of the existing ShellPlus component library). Therefore, this milestone is already half-done. 2) Compression, extraction, copy/paste, drag/drop, and double-click implementation (while the meanings of most tasks are obvious, it is worth mentioning that the double-click implementation requires you to extract the selected file, launch it with its owner application, and then re-absorb the modified file when the owner app is closed and changes to the file are detected). 3) Advanced archive specific functionality implementation - you will query, through our command line binaries, which tasks (such as testing and self-extractor creation) are available for each archive type; and offer them for action for each specific archive type in the shell namespace extension. Please note, you will not need to code any actual task implementation - again, our command line binaries will take care of everything for you. 4) Final checks, performance optimizations, last minute changes, and fixes within the scope above. Your work will be tested against our library of "problem archives" - for example, very large archives (size defined not by the byte size of the archive, but in terms of the number of items inside an archive - for example, the DiskZIP shell namespace extension currently browses archives with tens of thousands of files inside them instantly, and much faster than Windows's own built-in ZIP folders implementation), Unicode archives (archive names with Unicode and names of files inside archives with Unicode - again, remember that you are responsible for the communication of Unicode information to the shell only; as our command line binaries already fully implement Unicode support), among other sophisticated test cases. The resultant shell namespace extension must meet or exceed DiskZIP's existing performance, and add new features missing in the DiskZIP implementation (support for populating default and custom File Explorer menus, default and custom File Explorer actions including ribbon support, etc.) including the switch from a custom form based NSE to a default Windows shell browser based NSE. We will provide you with full assistance and source code examples from our current shell namespace extension to make it as easy as possible for you to perform the actual archive tasks, such as code examples to query for the types of custom actions available for each archive type. You may immediately download DiskZIP, as well as the attached source code archive; you would therefore be able to build the current partially achieved milestone #1 stage and review the current state of functionality available, as well as compare the performance and stability issues to the current alternate DiskZIP implementation. Got questions? Please ask!
Skills: Windows App Development C++ Delphi
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I'm hoping to create a website that offers the following feature: the user can choose from a number of criteria and then search for results based on the criteria. For example: If the person wanted something very relaxing and inexpensive in LA, they would selected the buttons "relaxing" and "inexpensive" and then options I listed that would fit that description would come up.
Skills: Windows App Development Android App Development iPhone App Development Mobile App Development
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
I need a .net developer to work on C# project. The project is a windows application to create an LPR software. The developer need to use DTK LPR engine. Please go through DTK LPR Engine before applying or if you have already worked on DTK LPR that will be great. The developer need to provide all source code along with proper comments and documentation after completion. Further details will be shared only with selective candidates.
Skills: Windows App Development C# Microsoft Visual Studio
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I'd like to build a native desktop app that will continuously talk to my web server (.NET), which will trigger files (by the user via phone app) to download to the desktop app. These files average between 5mb-300mb. We have a working version now which works via Silverlight but is buggy. But this can serve as a model for the desktop app that needs to be created. We also have all source code for the Silverlight app and that developer is at our disposal to assist with the build of this native desktop app. More details such as a demo will be given once a dialogue has started. Also when replying put a number seven at the beginning, this will tell me that you have read this entire job posting and can follow directions, otherwise the request will be disregarded. Thanks :)
Skills: Windows App Development .NET Framework C# Mac OS App Development