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SGI movie Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Section - -16- I have the Galileo (or Indy Video/Indigo2 Video) option, but I can't get Capture to use it. When I run it, the

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                IndyCam shows up.  What do I do?
Date: Fri May  3 10:23:53 PDT 1996

  When run on a system with more than one video device (for example,
  an Indy with both Indy Video and the built-in IndyCam support),
  Capture will use the IndyCam by default.

  To force Capture to run using Galileo or Indy Video, enter the
  following command line at a shell prompt:

  capture -ev1

  Make sure that you are using Capture with IRIX 5.2 or later.
  If you are using IRIX 6.2, there are two new icons in the Icon Book
  called capture_cosmo and capture_galileo.  They invoke Capture such
  that it is recording from the Cosmo Compression board, or from
  Galileo Video (or Indy/Indigo2 Video).

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