Quicktime files are compressed and if your movie is large it may need time
to decompress. You can try transcoding from Quicktime to MPEG. This delay could also be caused by file caching size.
The Cut to black during page wipes can … Read More »
As documented with the product, Scala Designer supports the “Open QuickTime v.3.0″ format or earlier only. QuickTime 4, 5 or 6 files and files that are encoded with proprietary CODEC’s–e.g. Sorensen, can not be used.
Starting with Scala 5 Release QuickTime … Read More »
Your access to updates is determined by the Scala Maintenance expiration date.
All Scala products include one year of Scala Maintenance when first purchased. You will need to purchase additional years of Scala Maintenance after the first year. You can find … Read More »
Scala 5 Designer, Release 1.0 does not function on machines with more than 2GB of system memory where the memory map has been configured for a 3 GB-User/1GB-System split.
The basic GUI does come up–however most/all playback operations appear to be … Read More »
To find the Designer 5 serial number select the Help menu, select About Scala Designer 5, and the serial number is listed next to Scala Designer USB Key Serial Number.
When a video finishes and new one starts it takes a fraction of a second for the new video to build its first frame causing the previous video to maintain its last frame until the new video is ready to … Read More »
Supported Windows platforms for Scala 5.
Windows 7 (32 bit):
Starting with Release 5.1 Scala Designer 5, Content Manager 5, and Player 5 are now supported on Windows 7 (32 bit) version. Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate platforms are supported.
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Server hardware recommendations vary by the size of your network and by the amount and frequency of content that you intend to transfer. For detailed recommendations, please download this PDF. Recommendations are just that, recommended. You may find other configurations that are … Read More »