photovcarve pp for hd4

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Jacduck
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photovcarve pp for hd4

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I have tried the add the new HD4 pp to the old pp list in photovcarve and it doesn't show up on the list. Is there a way to get the new inch pp into photovcarve?
If my grandkids or great-grandkids were here I am sure it would be easy.

Thanks jacduck
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Re: photovcarve pp for hd4

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http://shop.nextwaveautomation.com/shop ... x?recid=26 Go down the page and download the post processor for photo v carve only. You can't use the new HD4 post processor. Also here is a pdf on how to install the post processor in photo v carve, just go down the page till u find it.

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Re: photovcarve pp for hd4

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Thanks Tony but the way I read it there is not a way to use Photocarve on an HD4 since the old inch pp won't run the hd4. Am I correct?
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Re: photovcarve pp for hd4

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Don't know. Try it and see.

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Re: photovcarve pp for hd4

Post by Rando »

Post processors are not very complicated. A simple difference between one that works and doesn't is often enough to tell where the problem is.
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