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  1. As I was unsuccessful with OS X Catalina i've installed Win 10 via VirtualBox. After downloading and installing RTIBuilder widows deleted it automatically telling me it contains a virus. I have do not have any special virus software, whatever comes with Win 10. Any ideas, suggestions?
  2. ...and now it happened ... i bought new Mac an i can not use RTIBuilder anymore Trying to set up virtual machine older OS X or Win 10. Pain. As said earlier, I would be happy to help to put together the project to update RTI tools.
  3. Friends, has anybody else got that message? As the RTI Builder is gettig old and lhas several usability issues, we could try to put a project together to update the software.
  4. Hello Got an interesting warning when running RTI builder on my Mac (with latest OS): “hshfitter” is not optimised for your Mac and needs to be updated. H
  5. Thanks. Now it worked
  6. Hello In some reason I am not able to unzip this file on my Mac. Got a message: End-of-central-directory signature not found. Either this file is not a zipfile, or it constitutes one disk of a multi-part archive. In the latter case the central directory and zipfile comment will be found on the last disk(s) of this archive. Has someone else experienced that?
  7. Check out our article about using RTI for daguerrotype recording. Also, we are about to start the project to document all (known) Estonian daguerrotypes using RTI. H
  8. You just define images you want to fade in and out, so you can have as many as you need. But yes, it just shows still images. Here is and example of the code: <style> #rotating-item-wrapper { position: relative; width: 611px; height: 411px; } .rotating-item { display: none; position: absolute; top:0; } </style> <script> // Code based on http://trendmedia.com/code/jquery-infinite-rotator/ // Modified by Hembo Pagi // Released under the GPL license // http://www.opensource.org/licenses/gpl-license.php // ********************************************************************** jQuery(function($) { $(window).load(function() { //initial fade-in time (in milliseconds) var initialFadeIn = 1500; //interval between items (in milliseconds) var itemInterval = 3000; //cross-fade time (in milliseconds) var fadeTime = 1500; //count number of items var numberOfItems = $('.rotating-item').length; //set current item var currentItem = 0; //show first item $('.rotating-item').eq(currentItem).fadeIn(initialFadeIn); $(".rotating-item").click(function() { $('.rotating-item').eq(currentItem).fadeOut(fadeTime); if(currentItem == numberOfItems -1){ currentItem = 0; } else { currentItem++; } $('.rotating-item').eq(currentItem).fadeIn(fadeTime); }); }); }); </script> <div id="rotating-item-wrapper"> <img src="normal.jpg" alt="" class="rotating-item" width="611" height="411" /> <img src="ir-spec.jpg" alt="" class="rotating-item" width="611" height="411" /> </div> You can separate the CSS and JS into separate file of course. And it relies on jQuery framework.
  9. Hei, I've created WordPress plugin to make MaterialObjects ptm-viewer more easily usable. have a look: http://www.arheovisioon.ee/en/news/2012/03/ hembo
  10. I played around with HTML5 and made a simple image fader to switch in between images. Check it out (just click on the image to change): http://www.arheovisi...0/infrared-rti/ Hembo
  11. Last four weeks I have been photographing graffiti and inscriptions in Musawwarat valley in Sudan. It has been a great experience to test different photographic techniques in such an interesting and entertaining material. I was part of the team from Humboldt University, Berlin. They have been working here since the sixties. Previous works have mainly been focussing on archaeology and buildings, we took a closer look on graffiti on the walls. The team lead by Dr Cornelia Kleinitz, has been doing recording work here for several years. My job was to capture graffiti using RTI and photogrammetry. Also some of the walls were photographed with very high detail to produce high resolution composite images. All together we captured about 450 sequences for RTI, so I guess it will be the biggest open access RTI archive, at least for graffiti. Will let you know when it is all processed and accessible. Hembo
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