The original, secure, and detailed recordings can now be:
Easily searched and played in a public forum. Searched, sorted, compiled for event recreation, and stored as .wav files. Transcribed into a PC word processing program without a physical connection to the recorder. Restricted, by individual password-protected user accounts, to specific channels and features.
Transport buttons - Icons similar to those found on most tape decks and VCRs. Easily play, stop, rewind, and fast-forward from the screen.
Volume control - Sets the overall volume level.
Speed control - Slow down or speed up the playback audio.
Time & date indicator - Displays the time and date of the current position in the archive.
Channel number - Displays which channel has been assigned to which location.
Assign button - Allows the user to assign a recorded channel from the archive to any one of these four locations.
Mute button - Allows the user to mute the output from this channel while leaving all other settings (volume, pan, channel assignment) untouched.
Volume control - Adjusts the individual channel's output volume.
Pan - Sets the output balance from far left to far right on each individual channel. Particularly convenient if you wish, for clarity, to hear two channels simultaneously, each through its own speaker.
Description - Displays the channel descriptor from the media.
Activity Display - Indicates activity or non-activity on each of the four assigned channels.
This channel activity automatically appears below the play window. If desired, this window can be positioned anywhere on the screen to display activity for each available channel. This screen may also be hidden.
This time display automatically appears above the play window to show the time associated with the current playback of the archive. It can be positioned anywhere on the screen or hidden. For viewing ease, the user may customize the display colors and/or size this screen as small or as large as the computer monitor allows.
At least one password-protected administrator account must be created when the software is installed. An administrator has access to all features including the ability to grant or deny access to individual users. Users, passwords, and permissions can only be entered by the administrator.
A check mark in a Permissions box indicates user access to that option. A "depressed" channel number indicates the user has access to that channel. A virtually unlimited number of user accounts can be created.
with Call Records
View call records by
choosing Show Call Records and Lists from the Database menu.
The file menu and playback controls at the top of the window do not
change. The channel view at the
bottom of the window is replaced by the Call Records Database data.
Calls can be searched, filtered, and played from this screen.
Play lists can be created in the field above the call records list and
then saved and recalled as required.
click any call in the database search results window and it will play.
The fast-forward and rewind on either end of the transport controls will
skip to the previous or next call on the list.
A large database of communications can be easily reduced to include only
calls relevant to the task at hand. Complete
some or all of the search criteria fields under the Search Parameters and then
click Search. Only those
calls that fit the selected criteria will be displayed in the search results
Users may create individual .wav files while listening to communications from the archive. To recreate events, these individual files may be compiled into a single composite file. Both individual and composite files may be played, exported to a communications library, e-mailed, or edited.
|CPU: Intel Pentium with MMX, 233 MHZ or better
||RAM: 64 MB
||Archive Drive: Eventide-approved DVD-RAM or DDS drive with SCSI connection.
||Microsoft Windows 98, or Windows NT 4.0 w/ Service Pack 3 or higher,
Windows 2000 and XP.
||Adaptec ASPI layer (supplied with ArchiveReview software;included with Windows 98 and NT).
||Eventide ArchiveReview supplied on CD.
Archive Review manual
Updated October 2002
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