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Re: SSTV-MIXW vs MMSSTV



I just want to throw in my $.02 for MMSSTV. Once I cleared my "ground
loops"(hum) MMSSTV took over and decoded all the files I had saved. The
"Smiley face" sync button is a savior as I noticed that the default of the
program was not the correct sync frequency (at least on my computer.)

I'm copying all the passes as .wav files in Cool Edit Pro so that I might be
able to "play" with them and maybe clean them up later.

My thanks to the Crew for spending so much time at the radios. What great
fun!

Roger
WA1KAT
----- Original Message -----
From: "Fred VE3FAL" <flesnick@tbaytel.net>
To: "'Mr Jeffrey L Ross'" <radiooperator@comcast.net>; "'amsat'"
<amsat-bb@amsat.org>


> Jeff:
> I had noticed the same thing, I have registered version of MixW of which I
> really like for other modes.
> Have not got it to print a good picture yet.
> MMSSTV is flawess...
>
> Fred
> VE3FAL
>
> -----Original Message-----

> Behalf Of Mr Jeffrey L Ross
> Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2008 11:35 AM
> To: amsat
> Subject: [amsat-bb] SSTV-MIXW
>
> Hi Folks, anyone using MIXW for the SSTV?
>
> I am and all my pics are garble or not even there. any ideas how to fix
> this?

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