Home - Repositories - Images
Welcome to my website - my old website is Here
nevin.cc enderman farm
A program meant for instantly trimming videos. It's primarily meant for people who use programs like Nvidia Instant Replay, and AMD ReLive, but it can be used by anyone.
It includes a library where the user can search through all their clips, the program can trim videos in under a second (as it doesn't re-encode them), and there's also a useful right click context menu that shows up whenever you click on a video, allowing you to easily edit it.
A website where people can upload mp3 files to YouTube by overlaying audio with an image. Despite its horrible SEO, the "conversion" rate (amount of people who upload a video) is insanely high because of the upload form being the first thing the user saw.
There's a lot of backstory behind the website, with it being re-made 3 times, but I won't talk about that. In the end, it all turned out fine, and the website serves its purpose.
A fun website where you can guess the price of various items. It was coded using Next JS, used MongoDB as the database, and used Azure Blob Storage to store the images. It was coded with Victor and released on the first day of 2021.
This was by far our most successful project. After a few weeks of going back and forth, not knowing what to do with the project, we decided to completely re-design and remake the project from scratch.
What followed is one of the websites I'm most proud of, and is now played by many each day.
A command line weather program coded in c++. It relies on the openweather api for the weather information, and has recently been updated to automatically get the weather for your current location.
The first website Victor and I made - A website where you can rig a coin flip to land on whatever side you want it to be. Unlike other coinflip websites (which weren't rigged), we tried to give Rigged Coin Flip unique functionality and design, while still trying to keep things simple.
We had originally posted the website on r/internetisbeautiful, and then relied on it appearing first whenever you googled "rigged coin flip" to get people to discover it.
As of 20 April, 2021, the coins on the website have been clicked over 300,000 times.
Last edited: 4/6/2021