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not able to see where the MP4 video saved in macbook pro

May 9, 2021 06:27 PM
by suresh
Radiant you are the best.

question 1) i tried to save a case as mp4 video in macbook pro (installed with codeweavers, paid version of radiant), unfortunately i didnt see the video anywhere in whole system, where should i me 🙏.

question 2) can i install radiant in two different windows 10 machines and get CT images in both machines from single CT machine (GE)
May 11, 2021 01:55 PM
by RadiAnt
Thank you for your kind words!

1) Please note our disclaimer for macOS usage:

"RadiAnt DICOM Viewer is built and tested specifically for Windows platform.
We do not officially support RadiAnt on platforms other than Windows.
Technically, RadiAnt can run on macOS systems using either the CrossOver MAC (paid) software or the open-source Wine software.
However, some features may not be available or may cause program crashes."

It seems that mp4 export is not supported via Wine.

2) Sure, you can. You only have to remember to set different AE titles for both RadiAnts and to configure both RadiAnt stations on your CT console.
May 11, 2021 05:35 PM
by suresh
thank you for your detailed reply.

As a radiologist i am very happy using radiant.

i will support you forever.

thank you

May 15, 2021 07:08 PM
by boskar
I can confirm that RadiAnt does not export mp4 neihter wmv videos in wine due to mplat /wmvcore issues in emulator - winetricks might work in 32 bit setup in linux
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