Sewer Camera – Tree Roots in Sewer – DIY Sewer Inspection Camera – rootx

Sewer Camera – Tree Roots in Sewer – DIY Sewer Inspection Camera – rootx


hey guys bump here in this video I’m
going to show you how to make your own DIY sewer camera so we’re gonna make our own sewer inspection camera for inspecting my main sewer line I’ve had
an issue with having to get my drain my main sewer line snaked out. I suspect I’ve got roots so I know about where the problem is I’m gonna get a camera in there to
confirm my suspicions and also I’m gonna end up cleaning my my lines myself and I want to inspect it afterwards as well to see how good of a job I’ve done
on the cleaning so I called a few companies to get a quote on what they
would charge to send the seweer camera up my line and most are around $400 I looked at
renting one there are about two hundred dollars to rent to renting a sewerr camera as well so I decided to my make my own sewer camera I’m gonna make a you know do it yourself sewer inspection camera for you know a tenth of the cost really of what
it would cost to have that performed by professional and you know a fraction of
what it would cost to to rent a device and do that myself
so to make my sewer camera I started with a semi-rigid wireless endoscope or
borescope I was able to find on Amazon I’ll put a link to that wireless
endoscope in the description below but the wireless endoscope connects
wirelessly via Wi-Fi to your your cell phone so you can use it for Android or
iOS the camera is is completely waterproof so that’s what makes it good
for the sewer camera application the camera also has a phone app that you can download via you know Google Play for Android or the app store for an iOS the
app allows you to adjust the settings of cameras you can adjust the resolution of
the still photos also it’s going to give you a viewer for your camera so you know
while you’re running the camera down your sewer line you’re gonna see
everything that the camera is seeing right there in your phone so your your
cell phone is the display for the camera which is really neat because again it’s
completely wireless so you know as you’re running the snake down your phone it is completely disconnected from it so you can you can see all the footage that
you’re seeing from your sewer camera on directly on your cellphone So I chose
to make my sewer camera by connecting the the endoscope camera to a an auger
or a drain auger so it’s just a quarter inch drain auger similar to what you’d
use to clear out a drain inside of your home instead of connecting it to a drain
snake you could also use a garden hose or like an electricians a fish tape I
chose to connect my camera to the drain snake using an electrical tape
you could use heat shrink tubing or even zip ties but I was afraid zip ties would
get caught up and make it harder to feed the snake into the sewer line and heat
shrink tubing is it look expensive it can it’s a little more effort to do that
but those are also other options the camera itself for the sewer camera that
I made is a 33 foot long I connected that to a 25-foot drain snake so you’re
really only going to get about 25 foot distance out of this but there are other
cameras available that go up to about 50 foot again I’ll put a link to those in
the description as well if you need to make a longer one
it is possible I’ve got several clean outs at my home I’ve actually got three
different clean outs so with this you know 33 foot snake I can reach quite a
bit of my my sewer line and be able to inspect it pretty easily with with a 33
foot of course any other 33 foot is cheaper as well so it’s gonna save you a
little bit of money but I using a 33 foot versus you know going up to say a
50 foot they’re a little bit more expensive so I rented a drain snake or a
mechanical auger to remove the tree roots from my sewer line and after doing
that I put the the sewer camera or the the sewer inspection camera back into my
line to get a good look at how that root ball mass looked after running the snake
through I was able to confirm but I got the majority of that out you can still
see where the the the larger bit of roots are coming through at the top of
the pipe or where the joint is there so I’m going to continue to to treat that
with with chemicals to keep those roots at bay to keep them from
from completely blocking my sewer line again there’s really three main ways to
kill roots once you’ve cleared a blockage those are gonna be copper
sulfate rock salt and a foaming root agent like rootx I’ll put a link to
those in the description below so rootx is gonna foam up when it comes in
contact with water and coat the entire cross section of your pipe you know all
the way up to the top so if you notice in the video after I cleaned the roots
you could see where the roots were the roots were coming into the pipe around
the top edge of the pipe so the rootx is actually going to foam up and I
completely coat the inside of your pipe or some of the other products aren’t
really going to reach the top of your pipe so they really aren’t gonna be
effective until the roots make their way down to the water of water line of your
sewer pipe so this video helps you be sure to subscribe to my channel and go
ahead and give it a thumbs up down below if you can you know my goal is to help
others and document some of the different struggles I go through in life
and see if I can help others in solving problems

Responsive Full Page Background Image CSS3 | XO PIXEL

Responsive Full Page Background Image CSS3 | XO PIXEL


Hey, Pixels! In this week’s tutorial, I’ll be showing you
how to code a responsive full page background image in CSS3. This responsive background image will fit
the entire width and height of your web browser, without any scrollbars. If you’ve ever wanted to really impact your
audience with your photography, or an image that you really want to showcase on your website,
this responsive full page background image that you can place on your website is just
the thing you need. Be sure to visit my blog, xopixel.com, to
see all the code and source files used in this tutorial. Now, let’s start coding! First, we’re going to write some really
simple code between the body tags All we’re going to do is create a div with
the class “text-container” Within the div, we’re going to use the h1
tag and write some text “go big or go home” I think this best represents this tutorial!” That’s it for the HTML, now let’s head
on over to our CSS file and apply some styles First, we’re going to apply the most important
lines of code in this tutorial. We’re going to select the entire page by
selecting the HTML tag Then, we’re going to grab our background
image using the background tag We’ll be using the no-repeat center and
fixed values to make sure the image doesn’t repeat, is always centered, and its position
doesn’t move on the page Then we’re just going declare some browser
support properties and then finally, we’re going to use the background-size: cover declaration
which is going to make our responsive full page background image
I wanted to add some big text to the image to make it ever more impactful. Let’s select the text-container and set
it’s width to 960px. I’m going to set it’s position to absolute
and then position it on the page so that it’s in the middle but also mostly to the left
of the page Lastly, I’m just going to style the h1 text. I’m using the Google font Roboto for the
heading text. I want it to be really big so I set its font
size to 156px. I also added some shadow to the text using
the text-shadow property and I used the text-transform: uppercase declaration so that the text will
always be in uppercase. So there you have it. You’ve just coded a responsive full page
background image using some cool CSS3 properties. Give this video a big thumbs up if you liked
it. Subscribe to XO PIXEL for more great coding
tutorials like this one. I’ll see you in next weeks video. Thanks for watching!

đŸ”´ FREE 3D SCAN and PRINT: 3DF ZEPHYR – tutorial

đŸ”´ FREE 3D SCAN and PRINT: 3DF ZEPHYR – tutorial


Hi! In this video I will show you how to make a 3d copy of an object with your phone. I will use a 3DF Zephyr free edition. Welcome to my youtube channel GreenEyedExplorer where I explore further and beyond! Hi! In my previous video I have shown you how to use Autodesk Recap Photo to make an object copy. See the link in the description below. As there is still a great interest, I decided to show you an alternative. A 3DF Zephyr program. It has some major benefits: free version without time limit, lower prices, many times we get the 3D model faster even though all the computing is done on a local computer. The program even supports NVIDIA hardware acceleration. The only major drawback is 50 input images limitation. Well, let’s start! Versions and downloading First we’ll download and install the program. Enter 3DF Zephyr into search engine. It’s located on 3Dflow.net page. Company offers few different versions. Let’s scroll down and see… The free version offers a 50 photos limitation. Others offer more input photos, more GPU support, advanced editing tools and even laser scan support, if you have one. Let’s get the free version. Now select the closest server and download. Wait for a 153 megabyte setup file. Execute it. Select language, accept the agreement. Select the target folder and proceed by clicking Next. Check the little box, if you want the program to be your default viewer for 3d files. The program Now start the program. As in my recap video I will use the same set of photos I have made. The object was a small seashell. All the conversion takes place under workflow menu. Let’s start a new project. You can check Mask images, if you want to manually trim photos beforehand, but it can be done at the end. Click Next. Now drag and drop images. A nice feature here is an option to import pictures from video. Click Next. Here is a calibration page. It’s usually not needed to change anything. You can select category here: Aerial, Close range, Human body or Urban. Urban for buildings etc. My seashell falls under close range. I’ll also choose deep preset. It will make more keypoints. I want details. Click Next and Run at the top. This process took 5 minutes on my Intel I3 notebook without Nvidia graphic card. We end up with sparse point cloud. Here you can see that some of the images weren’t used due to errors. Let’s spin it a bit. Blue dots in the air are camera positions. If you click one, it’ll display the corresponding photo. Now let’s start the next step under workflow menu. It’s a dense point cloud generation. Some info, click Next. I’ll live close range in high details. Run the process. This one took almost 30 minutes on my slow notebook. Nice result! I’ll water level the shell. Click the little atom or orbit icon at the top. It seems the program made the end object lean. Well, it doesn’t matter as the problem is manageable. At the end I’ll roughly cut off the underlying book. Adjust the plane by dragging it and click the scissors icon at the top menu. The next step in our workflow menu is mesh extraction. Leave the last selection or choose the one you like. I’ll leave close range and high details. Next and run the process. It took two minutes. It looks like a real sea shell in augmented reality! Now we just need some stinking rotten fish! No! Wait! The bottom still needs a small cut and a fill to make it perfect. I’ll use a plain selection tool and a cut – again. Bottom field will have to wait. So the next step would be Textured Mesh Generation under workflow menu. You can adjust some settings here to make a more detailed end result, but mind what the object will be used for. If it is only for printing, we have exaggerated all the way. You can probably leave anything on default. This last step took about 20 seconds. Now all you have to do is to export the object. I’ll select .OBJ file format and open it in Autodesk Meshmixer which I sometimes use for a fast object fixups. Don’t mind the odd-looking texture. For error checking I click analysis icon on the left and then auto repair all. I have selected flat fill for holes. You can do the same thing in the Zephyr. Go into “Tools”, then “Mesh filters” and choose “Fill Holes – Selective”. Program detects holes. You can see there is only one hole. Click “Fill Selected” and we are done! Now export the model. Just for demonstration – here – I will show you how it looks before printing. As in the Recap program, the Zephyr also makes a>7x smaller object. If I slice it into 0.1mm layers, we get most of details. So if you feel I have contributed to your knowledge please hit the LIKE button, SHARE video on social media, brainstorm your ideas in the COMMENTS below and do SUBSCRIBE to my channel! You can also buy me a COFFEE or even support me monthly we are PATREON. All the links are in the description below. See you next time!

Sony RX100 VI review: overpriced?

Sony RX100 VI review: overpriced?


– I was going to shoot
this RX100 Mark VI review in downtown Brooklyn and it
was going to be beautiful a work of art, a masterpiece but mother nature had a
little bit of a different plan so it looks like it’s time for plan B. (jazzy music)
♪ You Suck ♪ – How’s that? So this is the Sony RX100 Mark VI When I’m shooting stills
I’m almost exclusively shooting on a 35 millimeter film camera but when I’m not I’m actually using one of these they’re super portable,
they’re really light lighter than DSLR and
most certainly lighter than my 35 millimeter
and the transfer speeds are incredible, I can
quickly put it on my phone and then up to Instagram and its video capabilities
are also amazing which obviously I can’t
do with my 35 millimeter. Now, Sony comes out
with a new one of these just about every year,
which is why we’re already at the mark VI when the
mark I came out in 2012. Now that’s great because
we’ve come a long way but it also means that now that we’re at the later generations,
how much is changing. So let’s figure out why
you probably won’t pay 1200 dollars for the mark VI. So just like its predecessor, the mark VI has a 20.1
megapixel one inch CMOS sensor with 4K video at 24 30 p and at the lower 1080 p resolution you have that HFR mode,
or high frame rate mode, that is capable of 960 frames per second. The ISO spans from 125 to 12800 so I find that it performs
better in the lower ISO range that’s like a 125 to 800 once you get to 1600
and especially at 3200 you’re going to see a
lot of noise and grain you just have to keep in mind that this is a point and
shoot camera after all and with that comes a small flash and small batteries that
can’t really handle hot days or long recording times. Be prepared to own a few batteries especially if you’re recording video. And also like last years model there’s the pop up OLED EVF. God bless the pop up EVF I love it so much, yes, yes! It’s one of the main
reasons I bought this camera and it’s so crisp and so clean there’s something really intimate about being able to look
through a view finder and take a photo. I mean no one else is behind you looking at what you’re getting, it’s just you and your camera and it makes you feel really professional. Now the big difference this year though, is that it’s a single action EVF. So it pops up and instead
of having to pull it out like you did on previous generations it just does that automatically then when you want to close it it’s one single push down. The photo burst modes and auto focus also got a refresh on this model the auto focus is fast and I mean really fast and its facial recognition is on point too even when the face is
super far in the frame or you’re really wide. Burst mode can also now capture 230 shots at 24 frames per second, which is almost a 100 shots more than the RX100 mark V 150 shots for making gifs or
capturing the perfect moment this is really great. For the vertically challenged among us and the foodies, you’re
really going to love the extended range on this screen in previous models you
had that 180 degree screen which it still does, this
is great for vlogging this is great for taking selfies but new this year, is
the 90 degrees tilt down. It typically only when to 45 but now you have that full 90 I really didn’t think this
was going to be super useful but when taking shots of food or at concerts, it actually came in handy. So you pair that with the
touch screen capabilities that are also new this year it’s kind of banging. You can finally touch the screen to focus and to take shots but I can’t navigate the menu or hit okay so in a world where touch
screens are so intuitive they’re on everything we use we didn’t we go one step further and make it completely usable via touch, we’re so close but speaking of close, hello’s eye is 24 to 200 millimeter lens. For tourists or festival
goers or bird watchers or a parent in a high school event this is really a great feature and it’s clean, it’s crisp and it actually flattens out the image and gives you depth of field much like the Canon 7200 millimeter would it made me feel like a great photographer even when I was just on the fly doing something really quick the problem is, we gave
up F 1.8 aperture lens and those built in NDs, which I use all the time I loved being able to get down to 1.8 especially at night and the ND was so easy
and quick to slap on it was much easier than
adjusting the shutter and when doing video the ND is like absolutely valuable so this might be the difference
between buying this model and a previous cheaper model that ND and F1.8 is a little bit more valuable to me. Overall the RX100 continues
to be a great camera with better video options and way more models than Canon’s G7 or Lumix LX line and with all these models have
come incredible improvements I mean this is a super
powerful point and shoot, it has great HDR features and with added S-Log 3 support, this model can even step
up as a V cam on shoots with an A7S, very comfortable. The real problem though is the total and complete lack of a mic input and the price. I mean for 1200 dollars there really should be a mic input especially for how many
vloggers use this camera. Just put it in! So if you had the money, go for it you’ll absolutely not be
disappointed by this camera, but if you’re looking
for bang for your buck you might want to look
at the RX100 Mark IV or V I had the IV and I bought
it on craigslist last year and it stills works really well and with that extra money, you could buy an external audio recorder. So thanks for watching if you like this video and you like watching
my hair slowly deflate be sure you like and subscribe also shout out to this camera that is currently doused in water, alright we’ll see you next time.

CSS3 Gradient Image Overlays | XO PIXEL

CSS3 Gradient Image Overlays | XO PIXEL


Hey Pixels! In this week’s tutorial, I’m
going to be showing you how to add a stylish gradient overlay to your images using CSS3.
Be sure to visit my blog, xopixel.com, for all the original code in this tutorial. You’ll
also find many more gradient overlays that you can use for your own web design projects
Applying gradient and color overlays to your images adds a trendy pop of colour without
ever having to open up Photoshop. The HTML in this tutorial is going to be really
simple! All we’re going to use is the

tag and then give it a class called “color-overlay”.
We’re going to be inserting the image in our CSS code.The CSS3 is where all the magic
is going to happen. First, we’re going to select the color-overlay class and set its
dimensions using the width and height properties. Then, with the same class selected (.color-overlay),
we’re going to use the background property and then the linear-gradient property so we
can use rgba values that will add the gradient to the image. Be sure to note the “a”
value in the rgba values sets the opacity of the gradient making the image below show
through. Below the linear-gradient property, we can then add the actual image.
Take a look at the different gradient styles found in the related blog post on xopixel.com.
The link to the blog post is in the description box below.
Also, it’s important to note that the original image is a black and white photo. Using a
black and white photo to apply the gradient overlay will really bring out the effect.
There you have it! You’ve created your own gradient overlays using css3! Give this video
a big thumbs up if you liked it and subscribe to xo pixel for more great videos.
Feel free to share some of your own gradient image overlay creations in the comments below.
Simply take a screenshot or upload a photo and show it off!
EASY DIY PHOTO CANVAS | TURN YOUR PICTURES INTO WALL ART!

EASY DIY PHOTO CANVAS | TURN YOUR PICTURES INTO WALL ART!


[Music] you got something out there Lord just so hey lovebugs welcome back to my channel so today I have a DIY project for you guys we are making DIY photo canvases that’s right photo canvases DIY like wall art only with your picture now you can blow your picture up put it on a canvas and hang it on the wall and you don’t have to spend like $100 to do it okay as long as I have a pretty good camera you should be good to go this is one of my favorite favorite DIYs not only is it good for decorating your own home but these are also really good for giving as gifts especially if you have kids grandparents parents everyone wants to get pictures of your kids well not everybody not everyone don’t gave me pictures of you but everybody generally loves to get pictures of kids and what better way to see your grandchild than blown up on a photo canvas and they’re very inexpensive okay which is a very very nice way to say cheap but they’re worth it they are beautiful and I get so many questions on the ones that I have hanging in my house these are the campuses that I need on my daughter was little and they came out so nice I hope you guys like this video if you do give it a thumbs up and don’t forget to subscribe if you’re not subscribed to my channel already know what are you waiting for it is completely free and I make some pretty awesome videos okay just click the link down below so you guys can check through my videos I hope you love this tutorial just as much as I do and let’s go ahead and get started okay so start him off with your materials we are going to use a Mod Podge and this is just the glossy one of course you’re going to need something to pour all your paint and stuff in I just have some black acrylic paint a sponge brush as well as some scissors of course your canvas and the picture that you’re going to put on your canvas so the picture that I have is actually a by 20 which I got printed up at Walmart for about $12 and the canvas I got like a pack of these on sale at a seymour for maybe about $7 so everything that I’m doing is 16 by 20 and what I’m doing right now is just painting at these sides and a little bit of the inner corners with that black acrylic paint now kerlick paint is water-soluble and it’s washable so if you get it on your floors or on your hands or something you can just wash it off with soap and water so now you want to sit that down and just let it dry for a little bit and this is what the canvas should look like you don’t need to paint the whole entire canvas because the picture is going to go over it but you definitely want to paint the sides just to make sure that none of the edges are going to show so now I’m just going to go ahead and measure the photo up against the canvas and as you can see it overlaps a little bit so I drew a little line to mark where it overlaps and now I’m just going to use a straight edge I have my clipboard here and I’m going to just extend that line all the way down so I know exactly where to cut there we go so now the canvas fits the photo or the photo fits the canvas really well and that’s how it should look now we’re going to go ahead and take our Mod Podge I love this stuff but we’re just going to take our dry canvas go ahead and put Mod Podge all over the front and it doesn’t matter how you put it on you don’t have to go in straight line there’s no particular design you have to use to add this Mod Podge this is just what’s going to adhere the photo to the actual canvas I do want to tell you you don’t want to put too much on this part because you’re trying to get it to dry nice and flat if you put too much Mod Podge it might get a little messy and slippery and it may not dry as fast or you may end up having globs of my podge everywhere and Mod Podge is just very similar to glue only it’s a lot better than regular glue I’m going to go ahead and clean up the sides a little bit just to make sure nothing’s overlapping and then I’m going to go ahead and place the photo down on top of that Mod Podge so make sure everything’s lined up properly go ahead and press the corners down and then what you’re going to want to do is flip the canvas over and go ahead and press down to get all of the air bubbles out now this part too sometimes I use a book or you know something heavy that just kind of holds at the picture in place now once that dries for about maybe five minutes it doesn’t take long to dry it all we’re going to go back in with the Mod Podge and on this part you can definitely be very generous and what I’m doing now is just covering the actual photo in mod podge and don’t worry it is going to dry too clear but what it’s going to do is just make the photo nice and matte so that it looks like it’s supposed to be attached to the canvas instead of looking like a picture that you disattach the canvas and I’m just kind of Fanning it dry here if you guys can see how fast the stuff does dry and the finish that it leaves is just simply amazing so I let it go ahead and dry outside and the Sun for about maybe ten minutes and everything drives nice and clear the sides are nice and clear and uniform as you can see there’s still some little shiny parts that haven’t dried yet but that’s alright because I need to go ahead and hand these things up so what I’m going to do is just take a nail and just place it where I want to and actually have a couple of these that I did as decoration so I’m just going to go ahead and arrange them all on the wall and just show you guys another example of how you can arrange them wherever you’re decorating shout out to my beautiful friends for letting me take their pictures and hang them up they all look so amazing even my Nana you guys recognize her from the video that we did and there you have it this DIY is so so simple to do and it looks so nice and professional and expensive right and this is what the wall looks like when it’s done thank you guys so much for watching please don’t forget to subscribe to my channel and I’ll see you guys in my next video bye

INSTAGRAM – Expectation vs Reality | Hacks & Tricks for Perfect Pictures | #Fun #Anaysa

INSTAGRAM – Expectation vs Reality | Hacks & Tricks for Perfect Pictures | #Fun #Anaysa


Click some of my Pictures want to post them on Instagram mine too… Ok I am sitting here at sofa and you click pictures and mine click here with this background now lets see the pictures Nice Pictures na :-)) so post them on Instagram she ruined our pictures now its our turn to take revenge Click one more How is it possible!! now both of us will click her pictures in that pose this is not fair Our good poses look weird in Pics and your weird one looking nice I am the Master in Instagram Pictures you’ll have more fun in the video as today we’ve brought for you Instagram Expectation vs Reality now will you please click good pictures now give 1,00,000 Likes fast but we don’t have them we borrow that from you all so what are you waiting for hit Like and enjoy the video have you seen its so easy to take pictures like this otherwise taking pictures at your home is a curse Someone is sneezing, shouting, farting… :-))) somewhere Now you know how you can take good pictures without any busy background even at your home Oh Mom its us Oh God.. even I have a doubt about it earlier no matter if my hair is looking weird… Photo….can…be…good… turn aside… he’s making slow motion pic Hi.. I am your new neighbour I wish too to post slow mo mov of my hair on my instagram but what should I do with these broomy hair so what I say… Have you listened to Parachute Aloe Vera she used to do massage her hair well whenever she step out this makes her hair manageable as the oil contains aloe vera makes her hair soft and silky and then she asked me always to take slow mo mov or pictures so nice… look here.. give me my camera back not in the age to play with these so what… should I do kidney Operation at this age I ain’t giving it… now go away its looking nice move to that branch this is awesome those who don’t have glass window in their home they can do water spray on glass of photo frame and then click awesome pictures using it I wanted to post my picture like this… with #motivation but I ain’t be able how to do it but bhaiya its too easy in real Mummy he is having an affair with our neighbourer Kanta have you clicked the picture yes and the boomrang too now lets hold all of our stuff this is an awesome idea to enjoy the picnic even at home if you don’t be able to go out Party!!! in my garden… and here I uploaded all the photos and did you follow us on Instagram at anaysa.in and now they all the tricks too so hit Like

Copying Photos from a Camera to Your Computer (Windows 8) | HP Computers | HP

Copying Photos from a Camera to Your Computer (Windows 8) | HP Computers | HP


This video shows how to copy photos from your
camera to your computer using the USB cable that came with the camera or using a memory
card. Digital cameras are typically shipped with
a USB cable that can be used to copy files from the camera to a computer. Most cameras has an access panel that covers
the camera’s micro connection port. With the camera turned off, slide the access
panel open and insert one end of the cable into the micro port. Then connect the other end of the cable to
a USB port on your computer. Turn the camera on and wait for Windows to
detect the camera. When Windows is ready, a message opens in
the corner of the screen showing the camera name. Click the message box. Then select Import
photos and videos. Your photos and videos display on the screen
and are ready to be imported. Photos taken with a digital camera are stored
on the camera’s memory card. If your computer has a memory card reader,
you can copy the contents of the memory card to your computer. The location of the memory card reader varies
depending on the type of computer you are using. A notebook memory card reader is typically
located on the side of the notebook. The card reader on a standard computer is
located on the front of the computer. The card reader on HP TouchSmart computers
and All-in-One computers is usually located on the side. If your computer does not have a built-in
card reader, you can use an external USB card reader that is compatible with your camera’s
memory card type. For this video, we will insert the memory
card into a notebook. Wait for Windows to detect the memory card. When Windows is ready, a message opens in
the corner of the screen showing the card reader name. Click the message box. Then select Import
photos and videos. Your photos display on the screen and are
ready to be imported. Now that the camera is connected to your computer,
or the memory card is inserted, you can import your photos. Click the files you want to import, or click
Select all. To import the files you selected, click Import.
The files display in the Pictures library. If you want to change the file numbers to
names, right-click the file box, and then click Rename. Type the name you want to use in the box provided,
and then click Rename. The new name displays in the Pictures library. If you want to name a group of files, right-click
each file and click New folder. Then type the folder name and click Create. The new information displays in the Pictures
library. To see a full view of the photos in the Pictures
library, click one of the boxes. Then click the right arrow to see the next
photo. Right-click on a photo to open the Pictures
library tools. From here, you can delete the photo, designate
how you want the file to open, set where you want the photo to display, and view a slide
show. You can also rotate or crop the file. To perform other edits, click Edit. Now, you
can auto fix the photo or perform basic fixes. You can also edit the lighting and colors,
and add special effects. You can also work with your imported photos
using the Photo app on the Start screen. To do this, click Photos. The Pictures library opens. From here, you
can view, organize, and edit your photos just as you did when you first imported them from
the camera. You can find additional helpful videos at
hp.com/supportvideos and on our YouTube channel, youtube.com/howto4u.