Proton BASIC Compiler - Video Links

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    In this section we host links to video's that are related to Proton PIC BASIC, PIC Micro's and Electronics.

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    • Microsoft Windows 2000 or higher with latest updates installed, or Mac OS X 10.3 or higher
    • Firefox 1.1+, Internet Explorer 5.0+, or Safari 1.0+
    • A broadband connection with 500+ Kbps for continuous playback.
    If you experience problems viewing videos in this section, click the read more for some tips on on fixing isues with video...

    If your screen freezes or becomes uncontrollable, you may need to adjust your PC's video card settings.
    First, visit your video card manufacturer's website and update your video drivers as needed. To find out which video card your computer uses:
    1. Click "Start," then click "Control Panel."
    2. Double-click "Display."
    3. Click "Settings," then click "Advanced."
    4. Click the "Adapter" tab.
    5. Click "Properties" to locate the name of your video card's manufacturer.
    You may also need to reduce your display's hardware acceleration. To reduce your display's hardware acceleration:
    1. Click "Start," then click "Control Panel."
    2. Double-click "Display."
    3. Click "Settings," then click "Advanced."
    4. Click the "Troubleshoot" tab.
    5. Drag the "Hardware acceleration" slider to the left.

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    If you see a QuickTime message in the playback window and are unable to play videos, make sure QuickTime isn't your default Flash player. To review and set your QuickTime preferences:

    1. Open QuickTime Player.
    2. Click "Edit" in the menu bar.
    3. Click "Preferences," then click "QuickTime Preferences."
    4. Click the "Browser" tab.
    5. Click "MIME Settings."
    6. In the "MIME Types" box, make sure the "Miscellaneous" option is unchecked.
    7. Click "OK," "Apply," and "OK."
    8. Restart your computer.
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    Thread Starter: SimonJA

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