Radius 81/110 power supply needed
davebarnes at adelphia.net
Thu Nov 23 00:10:50 CST 2006
Hi Jeff.. thanks for the tip...
>>What kind of video capture are you using in there? Is it a Video
Yes it is... VideoVision Telecast to be exact.
>>One thing that's keeping it down on the list of things to do next
is all the (old) talk about fiddling to get decent frame rates. Is
it really that hard?
Well yes and no... I have qty 4 Seagate Elite 9gb drives (5.25" full
height) attached to the Jackhammer and its 'right on the edge'.
Meaning I can get a capture with no dropped frames (or maybe just 1
when you start the capture), but then another day for no reason it
might drop a couple frames.... I have been told that a Radius Studio
Array is 'tuned' for this system... but never got my hands on one yet.
To be honest, in the days (5 years ago) before I mastered everything
on DVD I used to edit short films etc with this system and master
them back out on a 3/4" deck and it looked great. I do all my work
(this is a hobby really) now in a Powermac G5 with Final Cut Pro so I
have not really used this anymore in about 2.5 years. Just don't
have the heart to get rid of it after all the long hours I put into
it getting it running right.
If you want more help getting yours running we can take this
offline... send me an email... I have LOTS of notes I made when I
went through the setup phase...
davebarnes AT adelphia DOT net
OpenVMS , Tru64 , Solaris , Linux , OS X , SGI Irix
On Nov 22, 2006, at 4:44 PM, Jeff Walther wrote:
>> Date: Tue, 21 Nov 2006 23:03:45 -0500
>> From: David Barnes <davebarnes at adelphia.net>
>> Hello all;
>> I have a Radius mac clone , model 81/110 which needs a new power
>> supply.... it gave up the ghost this morning... anyone have one
>> available? or an entire system they want to part with?
>> Yes I need to keep this old machine alive.... nubus video capture
>> cards, etc...
> It's the same as the Apple 8100 power supply. You'll have better
> luck finding a power supply for the 8100.
> Here's one: <http://cgi.ebay.com/Power-Supply-for-an-Apple-
> but that seller (KPS101) plagiarized my Item Description for Beige
> G3 ROMs so I would love it if folks would refuse to buy from him/
> her/it. Actually, he continues to plagiarize it to this day when he
> has them available to sell.
> Ah, here we go and cheaper too <http://cgi.ebay.com/Powermac-8100-
> And finally from Olde Mac Milt <http://cgi.ebay.com/
> 1VQQcmdZViewItem> This one is in the middle price-wise, but I've
> dealt with Milt before and he's an upstanding guy.
> Oh, and he has a 225 watt version as well, the others are 200
> watts: <http://cgi.ebay.com/Apple-PowerMac-8100-225-Watt-Power-
> What kind of video capture are you using in there? Is it a Video
> Vision Studio? I have one I haven't hooked up yet. One thing
> that's keeping it down on the list of things to do next is all the
> (old) talk about fiddling to get decent frame rates. Is it really
> that hard? Or with a modern hard drive connected to a JackHammer,
> should one be able to do just fine? Is it difficult or tricky to
> record the sound along with the video and have them synchronized?
> And finally, any tools to convert the MJPEG to modern video formats?
> Jeff Walther
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