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hTV is a Video Monitoring application based upon the old HackTV Carbon application ....

HackTV Carbon was the carbonized version of the venerable HackTV for Mac OS 9 and X. If you still need a camera monitor for that type system try HTV 0.1 http://panuru.net/index.php?journal_id=1

You can find the hacktv sample code here if you need to go even further back than that ...

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HTV description
HTV - HackTV modded for high quality full-screen monitoring

hTV is a really interesting HackTV modded for higher quality, full-screen monitoring. hTV is a long overdue update to obscure video monitoring program

What's New in This Release:

· Based on HackTV Carbon 1.2.
· Removes specific resolutions
· adds full screen option
· allows video source to be added after launch
· monitors at "high" quality. (The original is even more naff.)


Requirements:

· Unlike HackTV Carbon, HTV will probably not run on OS 9.
· Tested on 10.2 and will probably work on any OS X version.


What's New in This Release:

· Universal binary
· new features
· HackTV code exorcized.

License / Price: Freeware / FREE

Size / OS: 323 KB / Mac OS X 10.2 or later

Binary Format: Universal Binary

Last Updated:  March 19th, 2007, 20:33 UTC


hTV 0.2: Launch!

Today at 8pm ESPDST (Eastern Standard Premature Daylight Savings Time), version 0.2 of the hTV low-Earth orbiting vehicle was catapulted into the stratosphere via rubber slingshot. The newly christened hTV will provide video monitoring services to Earth inhabitants running the Mac OS X operating system, version 10.2 or higher. Users can download client software from panuru.net.

An iSight or DV camera is needed to make full use of the software's video monitoring features, as no signals or anything else for that matter are transmitted via the orbiting vehicle. When asked about the vehicle's actual utility, Anton Medved, emigre and panuru.net spokesperson merely answered, with a twinkle in his eye, "It's shiny and cool looking, k?" Panuru Labs' coordinator, a nocturnal subterranean being known to anxious local villagers only as "otojin", could not be reached for comment.

This isn't the old HTV that was sealed away all those months ago, this is a totally new hTV. Note the lowercase "h". Gripes, bugs, feature requests, and, of course, ecstatic praise can be forwarded to panuru.

http://panuru.net/index.php?journal_id=4
« Last Edit: October 23, 2010, 03:09:46 PM by Software Santa »

 

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