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FlyVideo
TV / Video Capture
Card

User's Manual

Jan, 2000

This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B computing device in accordance with the
specifications set forth in Subpart J of Part 15 of the FCC
Rules.
Animation Technologies Inc. reserves the right to make
improvements to the product described in this manual at any
time and without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure
against any inaccuracies or oversights in this publication.
However, Animation Technologies Inc. can not be held
responsible for any loss of information stemming from the
use of FlyVideo series product.
LifeView is a registered trademark of Animation
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electronic, without prior consent in writing from Animation
Technologies Inc.

Table of Contents
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Introduction
Product Features

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Chapter I - Setting up your FlyVideo Card
1.1 Package Contents
1.2 System Requirements
1.3 Hardware Installation
1.4 Software Installation
1.4.1 Windows 98 Driver Installation
1.4.2 Windows 95 Driver Installation
1.4.3 Lifeview Utility Installation

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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4

User Interface
Video Capture
Using the FlyRadio Application
Accelerator Keys Summary

Appendix A Remote Controller
Appendix B Q & A
Licensing and Warranties

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Introduction

Introduction
Welcome to the world of LifeView FlyVideo series capture
card. With this multimedia product, you can use it as a
convenient tool for any purpose including video conference,
video editing, class presentation, or even entertainment. The
jumperless design and PnP (Plug & Play) implementation
simplify the tedious installation process. By eliminating the
VGA loop cable and feature connector (VFAC), user will be
able to enjoy a clear, also high quality TV video through this
powerful product.

Product Features
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Supports real-time desktop video conferencing and video
phone through POTS, Internet, ISDN, LAN, and
TCP/IP-based network
Capture and display live video from VCR, LD, or
camcorder on your computer directly
- Supports NTSC, PAL, PAL M, PAL N and SECAM
video standards
- Scales, captures, edits and stores video images
- Color control for brightness, contrast, hue, and saturation
Watch broad cast TV or cable TV programs
- Automatic scan, preview, and memorize available TV
channels
Supports ITU-T H.324 and H.263
compression/decompression standard
Supports continuous AVI file capturing with up to 30 FPS
and single frame snapshot
Fancy scan show function provides multiple (Up to 100*)
160x120 video windows display of the same video source
Clever design eliminates on board DRAM, providing a
low cost, high performance solution
*In 1600? 1200 at HiColor or above mode, FlyVideo can
simultaneously display 100 windows of the same video
source.
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Chapter I
Setting up your FlyVideo Card
1.1 Package Contents
Unpack your FlyVideo series package and be sure that all items
are intact. The following items should be included in your
FlyVideo series package:
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FlyVideo TV/video capture card (FlyVideo'98 or
FlyVideo'98 FM)
Audio Cable
Remote control (optional)
Remote control receiver cable (optional)
FM Antenna (for FlyVideo'98 FM model only)
Quick Installation Guide or User's Manual
Installation CD-ROM

1.2 System Requirements
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IBM PC or compatible
133 MHz CPU or better processor
Minimum 16 MB on-board memory
Minimum 10 MB hard disk space available
Free PCI slot
VGA and with DirectDraw driver supporting 15 bit color or
higher
MS Windows 95/98 or Windows NT 4.0
TV antenna or cable from CATV
Speakers for audio output
Sound card, PC camera, V8 or Camcorder for Video
Conferencing
CD-ROM drive

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1.3 Hardware Installation
To install the FlyVideo series capture into your computer, follow
the steps below:
1. Turn off all your computer power sources and any
connected peripherals you may have (i.e., printer, external
drivers, modem, ...etc.).
2. Select any available PCI slot and remove the slot cover, screw,
etc.
3. Press the FlyVideo card firmly into the slot until it snaps in
place. And secure the card by replacing the screw you
remove from step 2.
4. Plug the TV cable onto FlyVideo series capture card's antenna
adapter input.
5. Connecting video devices:
For FlyVideo'98 users:

1.
2.
3.
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5.
6.

SVHS Input (mini-DIN 4 pin)
To TV antenna
AV Input (RCA)
Audio Input (3.5? stereo jack)
Remote sensor connector
Audio Output (3.5? stereo jack) to speaker

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Step1. Connect the air antenna or cable to the antenna input.
Step2. Connect the Audio output of FlyVideo series capture card
to the "Line in" of your sound card.
Step3. Connect the "Speak out" or "Line out" connector of your
sound card to the speaker.
Step4. Connect the microphone to the "Mic" input of your sound
card. (Microphone not included)
Step5. Connect your VCR, camcorder or PC camera to the
AV-Input of FlyVideo'98 capture card.
For FlyVideo'98 FM User:

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To FM antenna
To TV antenna
AV Input (RCA)
Audio Input (3.5? stereo jack)
Remote sensor connector
Audio Output (3.5? stereo jack) to speaker

Step1. Connect the air antenna or cable to the antenna input.
Step2. Plug the supplied Radio aerial cable into the FM
connector.
Step3. Connect the Audio output of FlyVideo series capture card
to the "Line in" of your sound card.
Step4. Connect the "Speak out" or "Line out" connector of your
sound card to the speaker.
Step5. Connect the microphone to the "Mic" input of your
sound card. (Microphone not included)
Step6. Connect your VCR, camcorder or PC camera to the
AV-Input of FlyVideo'98 capture card.

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1.4 Software Installation
Your FlyVideo'98 series package comes with complete
Windows software utilities. These utilities come on a
CD-ROM included in the package. Before installation, it is
highly recommended that all background programs or TSRs are
disabled. This includes such applications as anti-virus software
and system monitoring applications.

1.4.1 Windows 98 Driver Installation
The installation procedures and screens of Windows 95 and
Windows 98 are slightly different. This section will discuss
driver installation under Windows 98. The next section will
discuss driver installation under Windows 95.
As soon as your system is done booting, the following screen
will appear:

Windows 98 has detected new hardware and started the Add
New Hardware Wizard. This application will help you set up
your new FlyVideo'98 card correctly under Windows 98. Click
Next to begin installation.
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The next screen that appears will ask how you would like the
drivers to be installed:
Select the first option "Search for the best driver for your device.
(Recommended)" and click the Next button.

The next dialog window will ask you where the drivers are
located and present locations available:

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Click on the option "Specify a Location" and type in
D:\Drv\win98\english in the blank area. (replace D: with
correct CD-ROM drive if necessary). Click on Next when you
are ready to proceed.
The next dialog box shows that Window 98 is ready to install
driver for FlyVideo'98-Video, click on Next button to start

Windows 98 will start copying files. Then the next dialog box
shows that the Window 98 is finished installing the software,
click on Finish button to continue.

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If all goes well, Windows 98 successfully installed the
FlyVideo'98 -Video driver into your system. The following
window will confirm that. Click Finish to complete driver
installation.

The next dialog will show to install driver for
FlyVideo'98-Audio

Repeat the step as installing driver for FlyVideo'98-Video.
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After finish the installation, please continue with LifeView
Utility installation on Chapter 1.4.3
1.4.2 Windows 95 Driver Installation
As soon as your system is done booting, Windows 95 will
display a message that a "PCI Multimedia Device was found"
confirming that it found a new device previously not installed.
Windows 95 will then launch the Add New Hardware Wizard
and display the following screen:

At this point, make sure you have the Lifeview Utility CD-ROM
inserted into the CD-ROM drive. Click Next to proceeds.
Windows will scan the floppy drive and the CD-ROM drive in
search of the drivers. If you have the Lifeview CD-ROM
inserted into the CD-ROM drive, Windows 95 will
automatically locate the driver and confirm it by displaying the
following screen:

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Click Finish to complete the installation of the drivers. At this
point, you may get a screen displayed below if the default path
for driver installation isn't correct or doesn't exist. If you do not
get the screen below, then your default path is pointed at the
CD-ROM drive and you may skip over the next two steps.

If this is the case, click OK and set the default path to the
CD-ROM drive as shown below.

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Type in the CD-ROM drive in the space provided and click OK.
If you aren't sure where the CD-ROM drive is located, click on
Browse and traverse the directory tree till you find it. The
screen below is what you will see.

A screen similar to this should appear if you found your
CD-ROM drive correctly. Click OK to finish.
1.4.3 Lifeview Utility Installation
The drivers are now successfully installed. The next step is to
install the Lifeview Utility application. Click on Start / Run to
bring up the Run dialog box. In the Open: space, type the
following "D:\INSTALL.EXE" to access this file from the
CD-ROM. You may substitute any other drive letter for D: if
your CD-ROM drive is not assigned to D:

The following opening screen will appear once the
INSTALL.EXE file is located and executed:
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Click on Lifeview Utility Driver to start the application
installation process. The following screen will ask you to select
which drivers to install. Select the "Windows '95 '98 " to
begin.

Click on English to continue

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The next dialog box will ask you the directory you want to
install the application. Accept the default directory or type in a
different directory you want and click on OK button to
continue.

The next dialog box will ask you for TV Standard that is using
in your area. Please check with your vendor for correct TV
Standard.

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The next dialog box is confirming the application installation is
completed. Click on Ok button to continue

You will be prompted by Windows 98 /95 to reboot the system
so all changes may take effect. Click on Yes button to restart the
system

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Congratulations! You have now successfully installed the
FlyVideo'98 drivers and application. Note that there are other
applications available to install off of the CD-ROM installation
program. The one you may need to use is the DirectX 5.0 if the
FlyVideo'98 application doesn't run correctly.

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Chapter II
Running FlyVideo Program
To start the FlyVideo program, double-click on the FlyVideo
icon located in your FlyVideo program group window shown
as below. Or go to Start | programs | LifeView FlyVideo'98 |
FlyVideo

FlyVideo Series Program Group Window

2.1 User Interface
This section describes details on how to operate FlyVideo
efficiently. Please check the indicated button numbers below
for further description.
For FlyVideo'98 users:

Button Description:
1.

Power Off
Press this button to terminate FlyVideo program.
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2.

Help
Press this button to activate FlyVideo on-line help menu.

3.

About
Press this button to display FlyVideo copyright information.

4.

Always on Top
This button will allow FlyVideo program to be on top of all
other applications.

5.

TV
Press this button to switch to TV source.

6.

AV
Press this button to switch to AV source.

7.

SVHS
Press this button to switch to external S-Video source.

8.

FM Radio (optional)
Click on this button to start FM radio.
If you are using the FM Radio for the first time, please click
on
button and click on
button. The first
10 scanned FM stations will be stored in the memory
automatically

1. Mute
2. Volume down
3. Volume up
4. FM frequency display
5. Decrease tune/previous FM station
6. Increase tune/ next FM station
7. Radio Setting
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Band
- For all users other than in Japan, use Standard band
range.
Odd/Even frequency detect
-. The utility will tune to next frequency in odd number
(94.3, 94.5, 94,7....) or even number (94.2, 94.4. 94.6....)
if you choose Odd Frequency option or Even Frequency
option, respectively.
Frequency Up/Down method
- Step Mode - Use
and
frequency (every 0.2 MHz)

to tune to previous/next

and
to tune to
- Seek Mode - Use
previous/next available station (Stations will need to be
scanned through first).
Add this frequency to up/down list
- Use this check box to add or delete a FM station from the
memory.
To delete a station, tune to a station, click on
deselect the check mark in the box .
To add a station, tune to a station, click on
box to add a check mark
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9.

Video Setting
Click on this button to display the Video Setting screen
(shown as Figure 2.1.1).
There are four horizontal bars that will allow you to adjust
the video settings. Adjustments for Brightness, Contrast,
Hue, and Saturation are provided. Each has a slide pointer
that will allow you to adjust the video attribute either
positive or negative depending on which way the slide
pointer is dragged. Also, note the column down the right
side. Those are broadcast standards for the entire world.
It is defaulted for NTSC, the standard in North America.
If you reside outside of North America, choose the
broadcast standard most appropriate for your country.
Horizontal
Left arrow

Right arrow

Figure 2.1.1 Video Setting Dialog Box
To exit out of this screen, click on OK to continue.
To end this video setting dialog box, click on the "OK"
button.

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10.

Mute
Click on this button to toggle between on and off.

11.

Volume Down
Click on this button to decrease the volume.

12.

Volume Up
Click on this button to increase the volume.

13.

Channel Display
This area will display the current channel number if the
current video display is set to TV. If the current display
is set to AV or SVHS, then a Volume Display will show
in place of the Channel Display.

When you double click on this area (between Volume button
and Scan Show button), you will see a dialog box similar as
shown (see Figure 2.1.2)

Figure 2.1.2
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This function will let you make a assigned channel list that
enables you to tune in your favorite channels with Channel
Up and Down button (for those channels that are not added to
the favorite list will not be tune in).
Note: If there is no channel number listed under Available
column, please click on Scan Show button to scan all available
channels first.
Steps:
1. Add any available channels from the left side to
Favorite List on the right side by double-click on it.
2. Click on the check box on the upper-right hand
corner to turn on this function (click on it again to
turn off).
3. To remove the channel from favorite channel list,
double-click on it.
4. Click on Ok button to go back to TV program.

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Scan Show
This button will activate the Scan Show function. This
function will allow you to scan/view multiple TV
channels. The following instructions below will allow
you to get the most out of this function.
To view a particular station in the frame, move the mouse
pointer to the frame with the TV show you wish to view
and left click on it. Double clicking the left button will
show the image in a full screen mode. To go back from a
full screen to the multi screen mode, double click on the
left button to exit out.
If you click on the right mouse button, a flyout menu will
appear. You can capture still images to a file or the
clipboard as shown below.

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If you want to exit this function, click the right mouse
button on any "non live video" portion of the Scan Show.
Double click the right mouse button on the live video
window to terminate the Scan Show.
Put the rest of the side notes below this (ie. Viewing in
800x600, etc. Also incomplete scans.)
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Channel Down
Click on this button to go down to next valid channel.

16.

Channel Up
Click on this button to go up to previous valid channel.

17.

TV Setting
Click on this button for TV setting. A dialog box shown
as Figure 2.1.3 will be display.

Figure 2.1.3
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It will allow you to make a Full Channel Scan and naming
your favorite channels.
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Std Scan (Standard Scan)
- Same function as Scan Show button without
multi-windows display.

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Ext Scan (Extended Scan)
- Use this function if some channels in your area are
not detected by using Scan Show button (it will
takes about 10 minutes to make a full frequency
scan). The channel number will assign in order from
CH1, CH2, CH3...

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Name Default
- To clear all previous channel naming.

To naming channels:
1. Tune in to your desired channel by press number buttons
2. Type in the name (CNN, ESPN, Discovery...) in the white
blank and click on Set button.
3. Repeat step 1 and 2 to make another channel naming.
4. Click on OK button to finish setting.
Note:
If you have not completed a Standard scan, the channel
up/down buttons will simply increment by one through each
channel instead of skipping to the next valid channel.
It is not necessary to do a full channel scan upon first use of
FlyVideo'98. The channel up/down button will step through
each channel even if there is no signal.
User need to scan through all the available channels at the
first time of use, otherwise, the "Up/Down Channel"
function will step into each channel even there is no program.

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2.2 Video Capture
FlyVideo series is a genuine video capture card. With
FlyVideo, you can view and capture "live" video from a
variety of different sources such as VCRs, television, laser
disk or camcorders.
To do this, press your right mouse button anywhere inside the
video window (shown as Figure 2.2.1 below).

Figure 2.2.1 Video Window
Then it brings up a pop-up menu (Figure 2.2.2 below).
Please consult each indicated number below for further
explanation.

Figure 2.2.2 Pop-up Video Capture Menu

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Snapshot to File
Steps:
1. Click on Snapshot to File button, a Save As dialog
box appears

2.

Type in the file name, and click on Ok button to
save

Snapshot to Clipboard
Steps:
1. Click on Snapshot to Clipboard button
2. Paste the image into a running software (e.g. MS
Word, MS Excel, Adobe Photoshop....
Full Motion Capture
Steps:
1. Click on Full Motion Capture button, a Full
Motion Capture dialog box appears

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2.

3.

4.
5.

Click on File menu and select Set Capture File
option, a dialog box will pop up as

Type in the file name you want to save and click
on OK button.
Click on Capture menu, select Capture
Settings option, a dialog box appears

Change the Frame Rate and Enable Capture
Time Limit as you wish. Click on Ok button to
go back to previous menu.
Select Capture | Capture Video to start recording.
It will automatically end recording in which time
you set in step 3
(Note: Click on left button of the mouse to end
recording if you have disabled Capture Time
Limit)
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Playback AVI File
Use this button to play AVI file that you have previously
recorded
Hide Video Window
Use this button to close the Video Display Window
Aspect Ratio 4:3
Use this button to re-size your Video Display Window with a
ratio of 4 (length) to 3 (height)

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2.3 Using the FlyRadio Application
(FlyVideo'98 FM model only)
1. Chose " Start | Programs | LifeView FlyVideo'98 |
FlyRaido" to run the FlyRadio application.
2. The FlyRadio Window

3. This section describes details on how to operate FlyRadio
efficiently. Please check the indicated button numbers
below for further description.
A.

Power off
Press this button to terminate FlyRadio program.

B.

Configuration
Press this button to select Odd/Even frequency detect.

C.

Minimize
Press this button to minimize the FlyRadio front-panel.

D.

Auto preset
Press this button to auto search ten valid frequency
until ten valid frequency arrived or user press stop
button.

E.

Search previous valid frequency
Press this button to search a valid frequency by
decreasing the current frequency.

F.

Search next valid frequency
Press this button to search a Valid Frequency by
adding the current frequency.
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G.

Increase frequency by step
Press this button to add the frequency that step is 0.1
MHz.

H.

Decrease frequency by step
Press this button to decrease the frequency that step is
0.1 MHz.

I.

About the FlyRadio
Press this button to display FlyRadio copyright
information.

J.

Help
Press this button to activate FlyRadio on-line help
menu.

K.

Volume control
This sliding button will control the volume of sound.

L.

Mute control
Press this button to turn the sound to off or on.

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2.4 Accelerator Keys Summary
FlyVideo provides accelerator keys for easy manipulation.
Following is the list of all keystrokes, which FlyVideo
provides.
F1

Help

M
C
BackSpace
P
B

Toggle Mute on/off
Toggle Air/Cable TV
Recall Last Channel
Add/Clear channel
Snapshot to Clipboard

PageUP
PageDown

Previous AV Source
Next AV Source

Right Arrow (->)
Left Arrow (<-)
Up Arrow (?)
Down Arrow (?)

Next Channel
Previous Channel
Volume Up
Volume Down

Alt + V
Alt + A
Alt + T
Alt +F4

Video Setting
Audio Setting
TV Setting
Power off

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Appendix A

Remote Controller
FlyVideo series provides remote controllable functions for
easy access to major AV functions.

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Button Description:
1. Power Off
Press this button to terminate FlyVideo program.
2. Mouse Mode
Press this button to toggle between control and mouse mode.
3. Full Size
Click this button to toggle the Video Window between full
size and the previous size.
4. Numeric Keypad
Select the desired channel directly.
5. Channel Up
Click this button to go to next channel.
6. Channel Down
Click this button to go to previous channel.
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7. Volume Up
Click this button to increase the audio volume.
8. Volume Down
Click this button to decrease the audio volume.
9 Air/CATV
Click this button to toggle between Air and CATV
channels.
10 Recall
Jump to last selected TV channel.
11. Cursor Arrow Left
No function
12. System Menu
Click this button to bring up the Capture Menu.
13. Cursor Arrow Down
No function
14. Tab Next
No function
15. Tab Previous
No function.
16. Cancel Button
Click this button to cancel channel selection.
17. Enter Button
Click this button to execute the current channel selection.
18. Video Setting
Press this button to adjust video settings such as
Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue.
19. Audio Setting
Click this button to adjust audio settings such as Volume,
Balance, Bass and Treble.
20. TV Setting(MTS:Optional)
Press this button to select TV settings such as Air, Cable
and scan channels.
21. AV
Click this button to toggle between TV and AV sources.
22. Mute
Press this button to turn off the audio.

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Appendix B

Q &amp; A
Q: I start up the FlyVideo series, it give me an "Invalid
Interrupt number..." error, what could be wrong?
A: Please refer to your mother board manual and run the
BIOS "PCI and PNP setup" or something similar make sure
the PCI's "Auto configuration" is enabled, FlyVideo utilizes
the PCI bus's ability to auto re-route the hardware resource
( IRQ, Address, DMA... ) to avoid conconfict with other
device, hence, it is necessary to enable this PCI's advanced
capabilities through the BIOS setup.
Q: I have installed everything including the FlyVideo
series application, the FlyVideo series hardware driver,
and the DCI driver for my VGA card, then I try to run
the FlyVideo series program, my machine just hang,
nothing appear, now what?
A: Please refer to your mother board manual to run the BIOS
"Advanced chipset setup" or something similar, there
probably have one or several items regarding the PCI "Burst"
mode settings, try play with that, and it might solve the
problems. The reasons is that, other then the Intel chipset, the
other mother board chipset designer might implemented the
PCI features in a non-standard way.
Q: I have installed the FlyVideo series application
program and the hardware driver, but I double-click on
the FlyVideo series icon, it give me an "unknown error...",
what could be wrong?
A: you didn't install the DCI(Display Control Interface)
driver for your VGA card. The DCI driver is come from your
VGA card manufactures, as long as the VGA chipset is the
same. For example, if your VGA chip is designed by S3, you
can use the drivers from the other manufacture's VGA card
that also use the S3 chip. Also, many VGA chip designer
offers BBS numbers for virtually every one to download their
latest drivers.
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Q: I installed the FlyVideo series under Windows 95, after
re-start the Windows, fire up the FlyVideo series, then the
system just hang, nothing appears, what could be wrong?
A: After run the SETUP program to install the FlyVideo
series application program, please also use the control Panel
to install the hardware driver. To do so, please refer to
Software Installation for instruction.
Q:I have a FlyVideo capture series card, whenever I start
the application, it give me "Current VGA mode not
suitable for video overlay!..." even though I have
installed the Direct Draw Driver for my VGA card. What
wrong with that?
A: FlyVideo 4.3 or latter, requires. Direct Draw 5.0 or latter,
make sure you have installed the latest version of the Direct
Draw Driver.

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Licensing and Warranties

Licensing and Warranties
This appendix documents the software license agreement,
hardware and software warranties, and information about
FCC radio frequency interference.

Software License Agreement
Lifeview Technologies Inc. grants the original purchaser a
limited, nonexclusive license, without the right to sublicense,
to use this copy of Lifeview software on a single computer at
a time. Lifeview reserves all right not expressly granted and
retains title and ownership of the software including
subsequent copies in any media. It is strictly prohibited to
copy this software except to load the software from the
supplied diskette(s) or CD-ROM onto the computer hard disk.
It is solely for the purpose of executing the program and for
backup purposes in support of your use of the software on a
single computer. You are granted no other rights to copy,
duplicate, sell or otherwise distribute this software product
supplied to you by Lifeview.

Software Limited Warranty
As the only warranty under this agreement, and in the absence
of accident, abuse or misapplication, Lifeview warrants, to
the original licensee only, that the diskettes and CD-ROM of
which the software is recorded are free from defects in
material and workmanship under normal use and service for a
period of one year from the date of original purchase as
evidenced by a copy of the purchase receipt. Lifeview's only
obligation under this warranty is, at Lifeview's sole option, to
replace the diskette or CD-ROM that does not meet
Lifeview's limited warranty and which is returned to
Lifeview, postage prepaid with a copy of the purchase receipt.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU LIMITED SPECIFIC
LEGAL RIGHTS. YOU MAY HAVE OTHER RIGHTS,
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Licensing and Warranties
WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. EXCEPT AS
EXPRESSLY PROVIDED ABOVE. THE SOFTWARE
AND ACCOMPANYING WRITTEN MATERIALS
(INCLUDING THE USER GUIDE) ARE PROVIDED "AS
IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND INCLUDING
THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, EVEN
IF LIFEVIEW HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THAT
PURPOSE, LIFEVIEW SPECIFICALLY DOES NOT
WARRANT THE OPERATION OF THE SOFTWARE
AND WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT,
INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL
DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY
TO USE SUCH PRODUCT EVEN IF ATTACH HAS BEEN
ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES;
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL
OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGE, SO THE ABOVE
LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY.

Hardware Limited Warranty
Lifeview FlyVideo'98 card is warranted to be free from
failures due to defects in material and workmanship for one
year from the date of original purchase as evidenced by a
copy of the purchase receipt. During the warranty period,
Lifeview, at Lifeview's sole discretion, will repair or replace
at no charge, the product which, in its opinion, is defective.
The original purchaser is responsible for packing the product
for shipment and for the charge to ship the failed product to
Lifeview. Lifeview is responsible for charges to ship the
repaired or replaced product. If any charge to you is involved,
the replacement product will be shipped C.O.D.
If the failed product has been modified in any way without the
consent of Lifeview or if the failure is the result of misuse,
abuse, or misapplication, Lifeview has no obligation to repair
or replace the failed product.
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Licensing and Warranties
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY PROVIDED ABOVE, THE
HARDWARE AND ACCOMPANYING WRITTEN
MATERIALS (INCLUDING THE USER'S GUIDE) ARE
PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND INCLUDING THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE. LIFEVIEW SPECIFICALLY
DOES NOT WARRANT THE OPERATION OF THE
HARDWARE AND WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY
DIRECT, INDIRECT, CONSEQUENTIAL OR
INCIDENTAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE
OF OR INABILITY TO USE SUCH PRODUCT EVEN IF
LIFEVIEW HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY
OF SUCH DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITION OF LIABILITY FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGE, SO
THE ABOVE LIMITAION MAY NOT APPLY.

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