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Subject: Re: Exporting FFT data
From: Pete Rowe ptrowe@.........
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2007 09:42:22 -0800 (PST)
I've been using a wonderful program called "Gadwin
It is from www.gadwin.com
It embodies just what the original IBM engineers
envisioned when they put the Print Screen button on
the keyboard. You push the button, the screen prints.
Nice! You can print to the printer or a file or both.
--- Roger Sparks wrote:
> Good Morning All,
> Dr. Randall Peters writes "
> To my knowledge, Amaseis does not
> presently allow for saving (exporting) the spectral
> data, whereas the version of
> WinQuake that I am using does. I don't know if
> Larry has folded that capability
> into the latest version of the code on his website."
> My latest version of WinQuake does not export the
> data from the FFT analysis but does save the screen
> containing the output as a "gif" file. It sounds
> like Dr. Peters could use the data file so that he
> could further process the data.
> Amaseis does not have any provision for recording
> FFT data or the screen. However, there is a way to
> accomplish a screen save containing the Amaseis FFT
> results. We can take advantage of the Windows
> "print screen" capability.
> You will notice that every computer keyboard has a
> key labeled "Print Screen". When this key is
> pressed, the contents of the window (no matter what
> program is running) is saved to memory. Next, find
> and open the ancient program "Paint" which was
> included with the "Accessory" programs in all
> versions of Windows through Windows XP. Look in the
> "Edit" menu of Paint and you should see that the
> "Paste" label is active. Click "Paste" and the
> contents of memory (which should be the screen
> contents present when "Print Screen" was pressed)
> should appear in the Paint window. Paint can
> generate and save a "BMP" file which is a permanent
> record of the screen display.
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