This program allows you to take a photo of the video input of the Mac at a preset time interval.
For example, you can use this photo in a web page.
This is an example:
The unregistered program writes the word Demo on the picture.
If you like it, register the program with the registration application (or go to http://order.kagi.com/?UCS) and enter the code in WebVideo .
To configure the application you need to specify the following settings:
A) In the File menu you have the items:
i) Auto Start: Mark this option if you want to start the capture of photographs on running the program.
ii) Video Settings: Here, you can configure your video input.
iii) Folder: Use this item to set the destination folder of the picture.
iv) Preferences: Here you have the following options:
Specify the time interval in seconds and the name of the file you want to use.
You can use Picture Depth to specify the colors (or grayscale of the image). You must choose the right setting for the video camara. Also you can set the Window Size for the video picture.
If you mark the Write Date option then WebVideo writes on the picture the current date and time or only date in the corner you specify.
If you mark the Upload option then WebVideo upload the image file to a ftp server. You need system software 8.6 to use this option.
- Register: Here you must enter the registration code to use the full application.
WebVideo has a shareware price of $15. Paying for WebVideo is fairly simple. Open the Register program that accompanies WebVideo. Enter your name and your email address. Save or Copy or Print the data from the Register program and send the data and payment to Kagi. More specifics on the Register program to follow. Kagi handles my payment processing.
If paying with Credit Card, you can email or fax the data to Kagi. Their email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and their fax number is +1 510 652-6589. You can either Copy the data from Register and paste into the body of an email message or you can Save the data to a file and you can attach that file to an email message. There is no need to compress the data file, it's already pretty small. If you have a fax modem, just Print the data to the Kagi fax number.
Payments sent via email are processed within 3 to 4 days. You will receive an email acknowledgement when it is processed. Payments sent via fax take up to 10 days and if you provide a correct internet email address you will receive an email acknowledgement.
If you are paying with Cash or USD Check you should print the data using the Register application and send it to the address shown on the form, which is:
1442-A Walnut Street #392-UCS
Berkeley, California 94709-1405
You can pay with a wide variety of cash from different countries but at present if you pay via check, it must be a check drawn in US Dollars. Kagi cannot accept checks in other currencies, the conversion rate for non-USD checks is around USD 15 per check and that is just not practical.
If you have a purchasing department, you can enter all the data into the Register program and then select Invoice as your payment method. Print three copies of the form and send it to your accounts payable people.
You might want to highlight the line that mentions that they must include a copy of the form with their payment.
Kagi can not invoice your company, you need to act on my behalf and generate the invoice and handle all the paperwork on your end.
Please do not fax or email payment forms that indicate Cash, Check or Invoice as the payment method. As far as we know, there is still no technology to transfer physical objects via fax or email and without the payment, the form cannot be processed.
Payments send via postal mail takes time to reach Kagi and then up to 10 days for processing. Again, if you include a correct email address, you will hear from Kagi when the form is processed.
WebVideo has a protection scheme. When you pay, I will send you an E-mail with the registration. If you do not have an email address, please enter your complete postal address and please remember we do not know what country you live in so please enter that into the postal address also.
©2001 Roberto Hirsch