TigerViz - FAQs
Each DVD-Video has an associated EXCEL spreadsheet that is generated by the video timing capture process. During video timing capture, TigerViz captures start/stop frame numbers from your DVD-Video for each segment selected by the operator, and then stores that information in the EXCEL spreadsheet.
TigerViz - FAQs
Video Timing Capture is used to store frame markers and game situation information for each play in the EXCEL worksheet. NonLinear Video Playback is used to play back the DVD-Video footage, in nonlinear fashion, using information entered with Video Timing Capture. For example, select all Offense 3rd and long from the right hash mark, where the play call was Pro I Power 6 Pass. TigerViz NonLinear Video Playback uses the frame markers in the selected EXCEL rows to control the video playback.
TigerViz - FAQs
TigerViz uses the terminology you use when you generate your play-by-play EXCEL worksheet. The column headers in the associated worksheet are automatically loaded into TigerViz. Therefore, search and selection criteria is based on terminology you define, such as formation, motion, coverage, defensive front, play call, etc.
FrequentlyAskedQuestions - MediaPortal Wiki Documentation
Drawing GUI on top of the video doesn't flicker. This enables on-screen displays to be drawn over the live TV images. It can work in Direct3D exclusive mode which means the entire machine is set to fullscreen and no background application are allowed access to the video hardware. Under Direct3D Exclusive Mode, less CPU is required to play videos and depending on the resolution of the video, playback may be smoother. Exclusive mode is also required to stop tearing. No.
Frequently Asked Questions - YesDVD Transfer Service
PCs with DVD-ROM drives are likely to have DVD playback software installed. In case your PC does not have DVD playback software, you can download a trial or purchase one of these playback programs:
Kaleidescape - FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
If you pause a DVD that you were playing without importing, then you can resume playback from the "New" tab of the Movie Collections page on the onscreen display, by selecting "DVD in drive" and "Resume Disc".
Click the "Select Source" button on the main window and then select "Open DVD File on hard disk drive" option. Select the "VIDEO_TS" folder that stores the DVD files. For example, if your "Temporary Path" is "C:\DVDCopy", then you should select "C:\DVDCopy\VIDEO_TS\". Click the OK button when you are done. Select the "VIDEO_TS" folder that stores the DVD files. For example, if your "Temporary Path" is "C:\DVDCopy", then you should select "C:\DVDCopy\VIDEO_TS\".
Do I need a high-end video card or additional memory in my PC in order to run the TigerViz software?TigerViz - FAQs
If you are using the Pioneer DVD-V7400 for your video playback, then no special video card or additional memory is needed. All you need is a PC with Microsoft Windows 98/NT/2000/XP running either Microsoft EXCEL 97/2000/XP.
Inteset FAQ Support
Yes. You will not need to purchase this separately. The popular and highly rated nVidia DVD video codecs are included with the system.
Internet Streaming Media FAQ
Interruptions can come from either the source's site throughput, or the throughput of your internet service provider (ISP). (Throughput here refers to the rate at which information can be transmitted). Even if you have a high-bandwidth internet connection, if the source from which you are downloading is slow, it will not reach you at the speed of your network.
UFO Series Frequently Asked Questions
In the past few decades, various episodes of UFO have been released on home video in various countries. However, in 2002-3 UFO was completely remastered and released on DVD in England, America, France, Italy, and Japan! Plus during 2005, there are plans to release UFO on DVD in Germany and Australia! In England, Carlton Visual Entertainment released UFO on DVD in two deluxe sets each containing 4 discs, plus these same discs were released as 8 individual volumes.
It includes a remote control, & an infared receiver. The receiver is plugged into one of the Xbox controller ports.
Videora Xbox360 Converter - Xbox360 Video FAQ
Yes. You will either need the optional Xbox 360 Hard Drive to download/watch video from the Xbox Live Marketplace or you will need a PC with Microsoft Windows XP Media Center as your OS in order to stream video from your PC. No. There are video sharing capabilities built into Windows Media Connect, however, Microsoft has chosen to ONLY allow you to share Audio and Pictures through Windows Media Connect. You CANNOT stream videos through Windows Media Connect to your Xbox 360
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Video playback will suffer if you are on a slow Internet connection, or if you experience network congestion. To compensate for this, the video will download a little at a time to build a buffer. To correct this, watch the video at a lower bandwidth speed, or download the video to your computer instead of watching the streaming version.
Move Networks Video Player FAQ
You can usually recover and begin broadcasting by refreshing your browser or closing your browser and opening it again. These stalls should be rare but they will happen when Internet congestion prevents video delivery for an extended period of time.
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Not at this time. The technology exists to record to a DVD but is not currently available for consumer purchase. Yes. This can be accomplished with the addition of a unit called a RF Modulator, which adapts the DVD output signal to one that is compatible with a TV's RF input. However, connecting a DVD player to a TV in this manner will compromise picture quality.
TigerViz - FAQs
When using DVD’s, TigerViz requires no additional computer storage for video. Your video footage is stored on the DVD! The TigerViz software stores/retrieves DVD-Video frame-codes to/from your EXCEL spreadsheet. TigerViz also allows you to copy your DVD-Video to your computer’s hard disk drive (HDD), and use those video files for playback. In this case, storage requirements are approximately 1.6GB per 45 minutes.
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It is likely you are using the coax or optical out from your motherboard. It has been observed on a few motherboard using Soundmax: solution can be find a driver for your motherboard that can fix the problem. One is listed in this thread , see if it works for you