- Microsoft Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 with the latest Service Pack installed
- A hard disk with at least 50 Gigabytes (GB) of available space
- Microsoft DirectX 11 compatible graphics hardware
For a new installation or when updating MEscope (vt######.vtl) license, copy the vt######.vtl license file into the same folder as the MEscope installation program (MEscope-Installer.exe).
Run the MEscope installation program (MEscope-Installer.exe). It will update the license and your copy of MEscope.
If you will be installing MEscope on a computer not connected to the Internet or if an error occurs while installing the prerequisites automatically, download and install the following prerequisites:
Windows 7 Users: MEscope has been updated to use DirectX 11.
To use MEscope with Windows 7:
Install the Platform Update for Windows 7.
Update your graphics drivers. Older Windows 7 graphics drivers are not DirectX 11 compatible.
- Download NetworkServer.zip
- Extract the files in NetworkServer.zip
- Follow the instructions in the PDF file to install the Vibrant License Server
NOTE: A MEscopeVES Software License can only be activated on one computer.
- Run MEscopeVES by executing All Programs | Vibrant Technology, Inc. | MEscopeVESfrom the Start Menu.
- MEscopeVES will attempt Internet Activation automatically and show a success message if no problems were encountered.
- If you are not connected to the Internet or Internet Activation fails, email your License ID and Activation ID to firstname.lastname@example.org. When you receive your activated license file (vt#######.vtl, where ####### is your license number), follow the instructions above to install the activated license.
NOTE: To use a cloud license, MEscope must be installed on a computer that has access to the Internet.
When prompted for a license server, cloud license users should enter email@example.com as the license server.
Yes, you can use your own high speed camera or even a cell phone. A couple things to keep in mind.
- The FPS (Frames Per Second) of the camera must be at least twice the maximum frequency you expect to extract from the video.
- Said differently, the maximum RPM of the machine you expect to extract from the video should be less than 30 times the FPS of the camera