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Old 11-04-2016, 03:20 PM   #11
T-Bone
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Default use dip switches for manual mode

as described below, you use the DIP switches.

per p19 of the manual, the key setting is SW1, No. 8 set to OFF.
per p 47, you then use whatever software on the mac you are using to do the capture.

let me know if you need the manual, and I'll zip it.
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Old 05-17-2019, 01:44 PM   #12
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Hi,
=> Now, I use the ADVC 300 with two computers at the same time. The Mac drives the acquisition under FCP X and a very old PC laptop runs Picture controller and operates as a monitoring device for the quality of the image.
The topic is older. But a question, how is the ADVC connected to the Windows machine? Does your Windows machine have a Firewire port? Or is there a way to connect the ADVC differently, so that runs the software Picture Controller?
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