machining videos

Maybe you guys have all seen these:
Machining videos for download
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Parts Guy
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Rex B
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On Thu, 16 Sep 2004 21:54:07 GMT, rex@@txol.net (Rex B) calmly ranted:
Those are excellent refreshers for those of us who haven't used some of this machinery for awhile.
---- A mostly meat-powered woodworker, and proud of it.
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Larry Jaques
thanks for the info/site. this actually answered a couple of questions for me.
cus
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CusMarsh
I just tried to look at with my Netscape browser under RedHat 7.1 Linux. Just to be safe, I clicked on Low Bandwidth and immediately got a blank page, with "Document Done" at the bottom. How do I have to have Netscape and my system configured to watch the videos?
It isn't urgent to solve this problem, since I can always go to the library, make an appointment to use one of their PC's for a half hour, and and try to watch one of the videos on their PC's under Windows.
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Allan Adler
Just to be safe, I clicked on Low Bandwidth and immediately got a blank page, with "Document Done" at the bottom. How do I have to have Netscape and my system configured to watch the videos?
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Keith Marshall
I downloaded them to disk last night - right mouse button (RMB) and do a save target as...
Then when I click on it, Quick Time player (that can be downloaded from apple ) runs it. Window Media might as well as other programs.
Mart> rex@@txol.net (Rex B) writes:
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Martin H. Eastburn
I downloaded and played using mplayer on a Debian/Sarge installation:
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There is a plug-in for Mozilla at
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but I'm not sure if this will work w/ Netscape.
Nick
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Nick Birrer
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I downnloaded the movies also, but even after upgrading Quicktime to the latest version and downloading the latest DirectX per Apple, I have a problem. The pictures seem nice and smooth but the sound is chopped up and sounds echoie(sp). This is the reason I upgraded Quicktime to the latest version. Any ideas? Thanks Dave Foreman
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Dave Foreman
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A guess: do you perhaps have software driven audio ? Is your audio built in to the motherboard ? A lot of motherboard sound implementations used the CPU to do some of the work, and during video the CPU happens to be very busy.
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Scott Moore
I downloaded the files and watched them with mplayer on my RHEL 3.0WS system. I think there is a quicktime plugin for Mozilla, but I've never installed it because I like the player controls in mplayer.
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Jim Levie
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Scott I have a Sound Blaster Live. With the latest drivers I can find, etc. The only problem I have with it seems to be movies. Dave Foreman
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Dave Foreman
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Test all of them with your virus detector then turn it off. I suspect you are swapping to much to disk and running out of memory or to many cpu cycle steals to your detector.
Martin
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Martin H. Eastburn

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