NIH Image question
gilbertd at bio.indiana.edu
Mon Jul 12 09:37:29 EST 1993
In article <bio1.270.0 at navi.up.ac.za>, bio1 at navi.up.ac.za (Fourie Joubert)
> I'm thinking of putting together a Mac system for gel analysis using NIH
> Image. Can NIH Image read TIFF or similar files created on a PC scanner?
Yes. Many other common Mac graphics applications can read TIFF also,
including Canvas and Photoshop.
> If not, is there a relatively cheap card available for connecting a Mac to
> our lab video camera?
Video Spigot is such a card that is inexpensive ($400 for nubus mac, other
models for LC and SI) and links to many kinds of video input -- VCR,
camcorder, TV. I haven't used one. I'm looking at the blurb for it in
MacWarehouse mail order catalog. Phones: 800.622.6222, Fax: 203.855.1386,
paper mail: MacWareHouse, 47 Water St., Norwalk, CT 06854. Other Mac
mail-order companies will also sell this.
Don Gilbert, Biocomputing Office, Biology, Indiana Univ., Bloomington, IN
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