See the actual SureBolt screens,
recording bolt tensions. These
screens are in full 1024x768 mode. If
your screen is smaller, use the 768x576 movies.
SureBolt Videos With Audio (audio
requires MPEG Layer-3 codec - usually on most PCs)
Five Minute Movie.
SureBolt Quick Start. See how quick you can be taking bolt tension data.
This movie shows you how to use SureBolt to record, graph, and playback changes in bolt
tension. If you are not sure if you have the required Camtasia plug-in, just select the
"Easy EXE" file which includes the movie and Camtasia Player. The Camtasia Player
can also play any of the AVI movies.
1024x768 Full Size.
With Camtasia Player
2557 KB 5MinQS-exe
Ten minute video.
This movie shows you more details and how SureBolt's patented method works. It also explains how
ALL other bolt gages work. Again, if you are not sure if you have the required Camtasia plug-in, just select the
EXE" file which includes the movie and Camtasia Player.
1024x768 Full Size.
With Camtasia Player
4488 KB 10MinQS-exe
option: Choose any SureBolt video with a ".exe"
extension. This will download the video AND the Camtasia Player.
The Camtasia Player will automatically be installed and the
video will start in full screen mode. Then for your next
SureBolt video, you will only need to choose the videos with a
".avi" extension. Then play the video with your new
Camtasia Player (Full screen mode). You still must have the MPEG Layer-3 audio
codec already installed (MPEG-3 is usually installed on most PCs).
AVI file is downloaded and stored in a temporary file on your
PC. It plays on any standard Media Player on a
Windows-Desktop. This format provides the highest 100% lossless
video quality (with the Camtasia Player). The audio has been
compressed to help reduce the file size.
Any audio codec required by the AVI file
(SureBolt uses MPEG Layer-3 audio codec) must be installed before
Camtasia Player can play the movie.
You must have TSCC
Codec installed to ensure playback. To see what
your computer's requirements are, go to the Camtasia
Web Site. You can also download the TSCC Codec from their
Media Players have become large complicated
applications that depend on the latest Windows features (e.g.
the current version of DirectX). The common Media Players have
also become a battleground for streaming formats, entertainment
portals, advertising, etc. These players tend to be optimized
for entertainment content and are often simply not appropriate
for playing screen recordings. Camtasia Player is designed to
guarantee simple high quality playback of your Camtasia movies.
Camtasia Player is a simple, standalone movie
player, optimized for playing screen recordings. Camtasia Player
always plays back movies at 100% of their original
Camtasia Player only plays AVI movie files.
Any audio or video codecs required by the AVI file (SureBolt
uses MPEG Layer-3 audio codec) must be installed before Camtasia
Player can play the movie. The basic Windows multimedia support
for playing AVI files must be installed. Camtasia Player does
not setup any shell associations to become the default AVI
Other multimedia players can play these movies IF they have the required
Camtasia codec. But, the Camtasia Player has the best video quality and best
compression. The EXE files have the Camtasia Player bundled with their AVI file.
When you let the EXE file execute, it will automatically start the movie.
Streaming with RealONE will download the Camtasia codec from its own
database. We do not recommend streaming, even though it lets you start viewing
the movie before it has finished downloading. This is because, if you want to
play the movie again, you have to start the streaming process all over again.
But, if you download the AVI file, you can play it again even without an
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