Re: video digitizer 'vdig' resources + more question

Kuniaki Mizuno (EST)
Fri, 2 Dec 1994 12:57:03 -0500


>But Michael, he didn't ask about a vdig. A vdig is not a digitizer, it is
>a software driver for a video digitizer (hardware) in the form of a
>quicktime component. The SuperMac VideoSpigot is a digitizer, and
>SpigotVDIG is a vdig for the Spigot. The AV mac's have built-in video
>digitizing hardware (and the OS has a built-in vdig). The ComputerEyes/RT
>from Digital Vision is an external SCSI port digitizer and comes with vdig
>software. SuperMac, Apple, and Digital Vision all sell digitizers with
>vdig's without cameras. (Note that SuperMac doesn't ship the vdig with the
>Spigot; you have to ask for it or download it.) In fact, as far as I know,
>of the 3, only Digital Vision is prepared to sell you a camera with the
>digitizer.

Actually, I wanted to get these informations. Thank you, Dick!!

Hoping your kindness, I want to ask you very basic question.
CU-SeeMe sender needs "Quicktime", I know. Why?
When do Quicktime have to work? For What?

I am sorry for comfusing you, becouse I am beginner of these
kinds, video, multimedia and so on.

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Kuniaki Mizuno
amizuno@jessica.stanford.edu
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