*** OBSOLETE, DO NOT USE ***
Ty Hedrick firstname.lastname@example.org has a series of Quicktime videos available on his webpage describing the use of an older version of the DLTdataviewer.
Digitizing keyboard shortcuts may be found here.
The digitizing controls are seen on the right. This is a description of their features.
Gamma: This sliding bar adjusts the luminance of both videos. This change will not be saved between digitizing sessions. It may help make markers more visible.
Frame offsets: This will probably not be adjusted. it changes the synchronization of frames, which is generally not desirable.
Frame number: Selects the frame number that the videos are on. You can use either the sliding bar or the text window to specify this.
Current point/Add a point: The drop down menu selects the point that you are actively digitizing. By default, sequences only have a single point specified. If you are going to be digitizing more than a single point, click 'Add a point' to add additional points. Then, use the drop down menu to select the point that you would like to digitize.
Color: Specifies the type of marker being used. "black" indicates a black marker on a white background (as in xray videos), and "white" indicates a white marker on a black background (as in bat videos).