Segmentation of 3D Medical Objects by Deformable M-reps
[Last update: 4-Feb-01 by firstname.lastname@example.org]
Movies are presented in
AVI, GIF, and
RealPlayer formats, easily viewed on Windows or Macintosh platforms and on limited Unix platforms, using free
- GIF - viewable in most web browsers. You need to wait
until the entire movie is copied to your local disk before viewing can
- AVI - for both Microsoft Window's Media
Player and Apple's Quicktime Player (Windows/Mac). You need to wait
for the entire movie to be copied to your local disk before viewing can begin.
You might prefer AVI if you have a fast (10MBit/sec) network connection
or lots of patience. Modern computers usually come with these programs
- RealPlayer is required to view a RP movie as
it is copied.
The advantages are that you can start viewing the movie much more quickly and you
do not need to store the movie on your local disk. The downside is that
the quality may be poorer than the AVI version. Consider viewing these first to
decide if you want to spend the time to view the AVI version. Get the free basic
player, version 6 or above, for Windows, MacOS,
many flavors of Linux, Solaris & Irix. RP files are encoded for 56K modem connections.
All of the information on these pages is © Copyright
UNC, 2000. However, you may copy the movies to your local disk for your personal use
and review them later. Consider getting the AVI versions instead for better
quality and ease of insertion into PowerPoint presentations. For RP, get the
.rm files here,
not the .ram files.
Choose from among multiple sizes of each format,
eg, RP(54K) means the file is 54K bytes and in RealPlayer format,
AVI(2.2M) means a 2200K byte AVI file. The smaller files are
downsampled from the larger ones. For RealPlayer, the server adapts the image
quality to match your current connection speed, so for the best quality image,
choose the largest file you have patience to watch.
No audio is used, so you won't disturb the person sitting
in the next airplane seat. :)