To install ThirdEye (once WarpIn has been installed) simply double click
ThirdEye-1_0_4_demo.wpi and follow the prompts.
A "ThirdEye" folder is then created on your desktop.
Double click "ThirdEye for OS/2" to launch ThirdEye.
If you don't like WarpIn, download .zip pack.
Simply expand it to necessary directory
(ex. C:\Treasure\ThirdEye\) and create ThirdEye object
on the desktop manually.
The first step is to configure your camera, by clicking
the Setup icon at the top right hand corner of the
ThirdEye window. Once the camera and com port and
port speed are set, click Connect (with your camera
connected and switched on) to verify that a
connection to your camera can be established.
If everything is setup correctly, you should get some text
in the Camera Report box.
Click through the other options
in the settings notebook if you wish to change other ThirdEye
See the Configuration chapter for other settings description.
My camera is mentioned in the list of supported digicams,
but I can't connect to it and download my photos. Why?
There are several possible causes:
You locked speed of COM-port. It's very useful for modems, but
digicams don't operate when speed is locked. Digital cameras
use different speeds when communicating with ThirdEye.
Unlock speed before starting ThirdEye:
If you use SIO driver and have in config.sys something like this:
then use tools from SIO directory:
SIO v 1.6: su.exe 2 lock 0
SIO v 2K: modes.exe com2 unlock
COM-port is locked by other application (mailer, terminal
Exit other applications to unlock com-port.