Samsung's been giving away a free Gear VR headset with the purchase of a new Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge smartphone. The new Galaxy phones and the Galaxy S6 require the Oculus Home application which provides Gear VR users with access to download VR games and applications including Oculus Video and MilkVR, which are used to watch video content while wearing the Gear VR. Users can play their own video content from these applications, but due to Android's lack of audio codecs, users are unable to play video with AC3 or DTS audio tracks. In most cases, encoding the audio track from AC3/DTS to MP3 allows the video to play correctly, but there aren't many tools to convert video files in bulk, so I made a PowerShell script to help with this process.
Here's a quick and easy way to add Active Directory Security Group members to a Google Apps Group.