Date: Wed Aug 15 13:57:39 2007

Author: Bernard Cleyet

Subject: Re: videopoint equivalent?

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Doug Brown's

http://www.cabrillo.edu/~dbrown/

is free!

http://www.cabrillo.edu/~dbrown/tracker/=20


I've tried it a little; worked for me, but not an expert.

bc, apologizes to Vernier

Eric Ayars wrote:

> Hello all,
>
> We are in need of a basic video analysis program for our introductory=20
> labs. Is there any worthwhile Mac OS X=EF=BF=BDalternative to Vernier's=
=20
> VideoPoint software? Just thought I'd check with the list before=20
> buying a site license...
>
> Thanks in advance,
> -ea
>
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> Dr. Eric Ayars
> Assistant Professor of Physics
> California State University, Chico
> ayars@mailaps.org
>
>

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Doug Brown's

http://www.cabrillo.edu/~d=
brown/

=C2=A0is free!

http://www.cabrill=
o.edu/~dbrown/tracker/

I've tried it a little; worked for me, but not an expert.

bc, apologizes to Vernier

Eric Ayars wrote:
Hello all,


We are in need of a basic video analysis program for our
introductory labs. Is there any worthwhile Mac OS X=EF=BF=BDalternative t=
o
Vernier's VideoPoint software? Just thought I'd check with the list
before buying a site license...


Thanks in advance,
-ea




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Dr. Eric Ayars
Assistant Professor of Physics
California State University, Chico
ayars@mailaps.org








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