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Viewing cam - moved from wateringhole

I know it sounds like I'm being flip, but, I don't see how we can honestly, reliably post anything in sightings given the viewing conditions.

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Thanks, Kb..will take a look later. Smiling

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You can google media player classic. One of the sites is.

http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/video_players/media_player_classic.cfm

After you get it running you have to load in the url like you do for wmp.

Then, after you get it running right click on the screen, go to shader and hit
sharpen.

It has quite a few setting in there you can play around with...hehe.. hit on
wave or sphere...

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What's the url, kb?

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update: After playing with the settings in media player classic now here in the
daylight viewing, I am able to get an even sharper image than I was getting
with Winamp. I think I found a favorite viewer to use. Try it out. It is a free
download.

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With all the talk going on with ways of viewing I get my best with winamp, then media player classic. Winamp seems to be a sharper image for daylight
viewing, but then I was able to get a better one with media player classic for
the night view after I adjusted some settings in it. Both off these players
have a much smaller "footprint'' than the wavelit site or wmp. Makes them
better for me for taking snapshots. I keep the board in a small window and
have room on the desktop for one of the players and MWsnap 3.

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it's funny how everyone's computers are so different. my laptop is the problem one- the desktop at home and work are aways the easy ones. wmp is the only way that i can use the laptop and i usually get the the drag from wmp over wavelit- strange electronic world we live in- but nice!!!! otherwise we couldn't talk to people all over the world like this Laughing out loud

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"brumblemom" wrote:
the wmp picks up from wavelit so it would be delayed just a little since it is like the secondary one
brumblemom, I'm not sure that is true. I always have both open, as I video off the WMP and like the picture better, normally clearer but smaller. Very often it is ahead of the wavelit. I actually like it when it is behind, as it gives me a chance to get the recorder going before the action is there. But it goes either way.

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the wmp picks up from wavelit so it would be delayed just a little since it is like the secondary one

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Have you tossed your cookies? And checked your firewall, pop up settings?

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"rem161294" wrote:
I got a question to ask . I just had both WMP and wavelit open at the same time with both windows side by side. When something happens like when whatever flew across the screen I see it first on the wavelit one, then a few seconds later I see it again on WMP. Just trying to find out if it is my connection.
The two never seem perfectly synchronized. Sometimes I find the difference to be only a second or two, whereas other times, I've seen it as much as 25 seconds. Don't know why.

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