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    4 years later!? I hope not. :devil:

    4 years later!? I hope not. :devil:
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    [QUOTE=Jim Davis]I have a client who ordered a...

    [QUOTE=Jim Davis]I have a client who ordered a VT5 system from us. The system was bought and paid for and I was getting ready to install the system when the client called me and I guess the parent...
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    I would. If you are buying a CALIBAR knowing what...

    I would. If you are buying a CALIBAR knowing what it does and is used for
    but you can't figure out a google search for CALIBAR specs like I did above
    well then a few sandwiches have fallen out of...
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    CALIBAR specs

    Now you can replace the power supply ala generic power brick.

    CALIBAR Specifications
    System: NTSC EIA RS-170A
    Subcarrier frequency: 3.579545 MHz,
    trimmer adjustable
    Output impedance: 75 Ohms...
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    Deal fell through without a power supply? ...

    Deal fell through without a power supply? Whomever made the offer probably wouldn't know what to do with the CALIBAR then if they couldn't figure
    out batteries and a replacement power brick. It's...
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    [QUOTE=tonyvdb]My power draw is substantial even...

    [QUOTE=tonyvdb]My power draw is substantial even after I switched to LCD monitors.


    M biggest draw right now are my trusty old JVC edit/player decks.
    They're just too damn heavy for me to move...
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    *snarf*

    Ahh, this is why I created a timeline poster containing various job examples and the conversions. The client either gets the impression of actual work time involved or they oogle over the pretty...
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    Flyer serial cables???????

    Ok, it's been a long asked but never answered question, sortof
    like the S-VIDEO port on the flyer that was never used (sad)

    What the hell good are those serial ports on the Flyer for?
    Best info...
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    Easy fix to greatly reduce your power usage. Use...

    Easy fix to greatly reduce your power usage.
    Use ALL LCD monitors. Those CRT units are the power hogs that you
    can wean off.

    On the 4000-D an external FF/SD will fix that pesky 15Khz to 31Khz...
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    Woa nelly

    Final outcome? NEWTEK or the Amiga? I would agree on the Amiga's final
    outcome but NEWTEK seems to be doing well.
    There were quite a few disgruntled people in the industrial video hardware
    world...
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    Well while I enjoy your comparisons they really...

    Well while I enjoy your comparisons they really don't compare since those
    are commodity items and the Calibar is now a novelty item out of
    production for almost 10 years. It has nostalgic value.
    ...
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    That would definately do it. Flyer calibrate...

    That would definately do it. Flyer calibrate relies on a properly
    calibrated Toaster first to compare digital signals and the framebuffers.

    Specific note from the tech manual.
    Distinct...
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    Toaster Auto Hue and Flyer Calibrate requirements

    Agree above. If you are using Toaster/Flyer software version
    4.0 or higher the following applies.
    Disable ANY and all screen savers/blankers or anything not
    related directly to the Toaster/Flyer...
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    PAE windows

    To gain beyond 3 gig use under Windows XP 32bit you need to enable
    Physical Address Extension. As another poster stated though, if you
    have so so drivers some might fail in this addressing mode.
    ...
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    Might seem obvious but you started the thread...

    Might seem obvious but you started the thread with you couldn't
    get the flyer to be recognized and had startup errors.
    Then you found the sernum solution.

    All together were you...
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    Missing Flyer documentation

    If anyone reading this has the Flyer documentation.
    (The installation and hardware decription/usage etc)

    Please, contact me.
    [email protected]

    Remove the AT

    Thank you
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    Import/export Flyer Clips

    Fix BIGFOOT and return import/export Flyer clips to
    the PC version.
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    Errr thanks Captain Obvious. The BIGFOOT program...

    Errr thanks Captain Obvious.
    The BIGFOOT program error actually exists from the 2003 archive forum. Talked with NEWTEK today and they
    are looking into it.

    Seems the critical translation library...
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    What ever happened to import Flyer clip

    Title says it all. What ever happened to the abillity to import
    Video Toaster Flyer clips into Lightwave?

    There is a severely broken "BIGFOOT" file on the ftp site that
    supposedly allowed you...
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    Not quite

    LASER has a preset focal point or column. The beam is the same
    width regardless of the distance. You might be thinking of the
    refracting lens that is on top of the laser diode in every DVD/CD etc...
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    Toaster Cozzy information

    This is just for archive sake. I saw the very old thread on the
    defunct NEWTEK forum archive and there were some really oddball
    errors on the Toaster Cozzy.

    To finish out this old thread and...
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