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  1. countygis says:

    Haven’t been able to install FMV toolbox as indicated in documentation. Ran .exe but no toolbox is visible to ArcCatalog. Setting the path during the .exe does create a bin folder with dll files.

    • bbooth says:

      After you run the .exe installer for the geoprocessing tools, the toolbox is added to the system tools list and you can get them from the Add Tool dialog box. To add them to your own toolbox:
      1. In the ArcCatalog window, navigate to the Toolboxes folder. [or wherever you want the toolbox]
      2. Right-click My Toolboxes, point to New, and click Toolbox.
      3. Type a name for the new toolbox, such as “Full Motion Video” and press Enter.
      4. Right-click the new toolbox and point to Add and click Tool.
      5. In the Add Tool dialog box, check the Full Motion Video Tools toolbox, and click OK.

      Please give this a try and let me know if it doesn’t work for you.
      Bob

  2. adcole_inspectools says:

    I don’t have any issues adding the plug-in, but the ‘Add Archived Video’ dialog box doesn’t see the sample videos. I’m running 10.2.2. Is there any problem off the top of your head with regards to compatibility and/or service packs?

    • bbooth says:

      This issue is probably caused by the videos not being a data type recognized by ArcCatalog.  In order for the Add-in to see video files, their extensions must be added via ArcCatalog.  Any video extension that isn’t added via ArcCatalog won’t be recognized by the browse dialog box. To solve this problem, start ArcCatalog. In ArcCatalog, click the Customize menu and click ArcCatalog Options. Click the File Types tab, then click the New Type button. Add the file type (type the file extension and description in the dialog box).
      Do this for all of the following types:
      PS, MPEG-2 Program Stream
      TS, MPEG-2 Transport Stream
      MPG, MPEG File
      MPEG, MPEG File
      MP2, MPEG-2 File
      MPG2, MPEG-2 File
      MPEG2, MPEG-2 File
      MP4, MPEG-4 File
      MPG4, MPEG-4 File
      MPEG4, MPEG-4 File
      H264, H.264 Video File
      VOB, ESD File
      MT2S, MT2S

  3. waqar82_geo says:

    I would like to know from where i can get this MISB enable camera, or how we can search such type of camera on google.
    Is there any web link for MISB enabled camera.