Installing Video Driver

Online. Installing Video Driver

Published on Saturday, December 21, 1996 by Gideon Ariel
Installing APAS Video Driver for Notebook Operation

Installing APAS Video Driver on Notebook

Download the following driver:
Bearsden, Glasgow G61 1QH
Bearsden Road
Glasgow University Veterinary Hospital
Small Animal Clinical Studies
Clinical Scholar in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics)
Martin R Owen BSc BVSc PhD Cert SAS MRCVS
martin
many thanks
do you have a suitable driver file you could mail me, please?/any advice?
message that i dont have a driver installed.
to use apasview on my notepad, to view captured avi files, i get a windows
what i am doing with apas to save moving my desk top. however, when i try
been trying to use my note pad and the download software to show colleagues
how are you doing?

john

http://morgan-multimedia.com/m3jpeg.zip

m.owen@vet.gla.ac.uk

pager: 04325 185949
fax: 0141 330 3234
fone: 0141 330 5700

martin

best wishes
many thanks once again for assistance.
night, there was a problem finding a dll file, but alls well today
tried usign the morgan multimedia again and it works this morning. last

Great stuff John

pager: 04325 185949
fax: 0141 330 3234
fone: 0141 330 5700
m.owen@vet.gla.ac.uk
Bearsden, Glasgow G61 1QH
Bearsden Road
Glasgow University Veterinary Hospital
Small Animal Clinical Studies
Clinical Scholar in Small Animal Surgery (Orthopaedics)
Martin R Owen BSc BVSc PhD Cert SAS MRCVS
martin

many thanks
i tried to use the m3jpeg again today and it now works!
many thanks, and superb
Gideon

Hello Francis Forde,

Thank you for your message. Please describe in detail (exact steps perfomed
and results) the problems you are reporting so we can attempt to duplicate
them and/or understand what is happening. It might also help if you list
the hardware you are using (computer, frame grabber etc).

The step capture should only be used with a computer controlled VCR. The
only VCRs that will work in this mode (and are compatible with APAS) are the
Panasonic AG-5700 and Panasonic AG-7350 (with Serial Interface option). If
you are not using one of these two VCRs, you should probably be using the
streaming capture mode (depending on the capture hardware).

The delay you are reporting is most likely due to the VCR setting. You
probably have the software set to find the VCR on one of the serial ports
(COM1 or COM2). The computer is looking for the VCR and cannot find it,
thus causing the delay. You can check this by opening the CAPTURE module
and selecting VCR, OPTIONS menu. Make certain that the VCR Interface is set
to NONE (assuming you are not using one of the serial controlled VCRs
mentioned above). This should eliminate the reported delay.

I hope this answers your questions. Please feel free to contact us for any
additional information.

Sincerely,

John Probe
Ariel Dynamics, Inc.
Email: info@arieldynamics.com

—– Original Message —–
From: <fforde@ufl.edu>
To: <info@arieldynamics.com>
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2001 10:04 AM

> John:
>
> We have experienced just a few problems with the APAS system thus far. For
some
> reason there is some difficulty switching between streaming capture and
step
> capture. There is also a delayed response by the menu bar when doing video
> capture. I will email you with the specifications of our operating
equipment.
> Hopefully we can fix these problems. Thank you for your help.
>
> Francis Forde
> Graduate Student UF