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Spirit base memory
At 12:36 AM 12/1/1998 +0000, JC Soret wrote:
>I would like to know how you set up your base memory for Spirit.
I'm sorry to say that this information is a telecine trade secret. It is
protected by U.S. import restrictions, and not for export under current
Versions of Bob Festa software for sale in the U.S. and Canada have always
included strong encryption (56-bit, 128-bit, or 168-bit) to ensure secure
communications. Telecine International Step-Up now makes 128-bit encryption
products, including Basemems, available to security banks outside the U.S.
and their international customers. In addition, Philips Basemem Mission
Control provides centrally generated public-key certificates, providing the
first widely deployable security solution for intranets and extranets... ;)
If your still interested...the keeper of the basemems is Carl Van Camp at
Philips. He's the one who enlightened me to the groove.
In good humor,
Bob Festa mailto:festa at pacbell.net
Director of Advanced Imaging mailto:festa at encorevideo.com
Encore Santa Monica 310 656 7663 KF6RKG
Thanks to Kevin Ayres, Tom Montgomery for support in 1998.
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