- 20 Jul 2015
The blurb says that it won't work with an Apple computer but often things can be worked round. Anyone managed it?
Many thanks for that.Here's the thread, but no instructions for mac, just Windows 10. The solution for this came from Arthur Aardvark, but his posts have been removed. However (and I don't give a monkey's if I'm not supposed to start a sentence that way) if you jump to James day's post no. 46 you can view the information in the post he replied to. The attachments shown no longer work though. Sorry Paul, looks like you may have to create a 'sandpit' on your Apple thingy and run a pseudo Windows 10 platform.
Sorry Paul, I don't know. I've only ever used it to view as I'm driving. Haven't had time to play any further.Many thanks for that.
It might be in the blurb somewhere but I'm still unsure exactly what it does. I followed the instructions and got the camera sending a picture to the screen so I'm OK using it to drive a train. Does the screen unit record and then the USB connection allows those recordings to be sent to a computer or (and I suspect this) does it purely show the camera output and you have to connect to the computer to record it?
I bought an unopened one so the instruction booklet was with it however even though it's 34 pages long it is mainly the same small amount of information repeated in a wide number of languages. It can be used as it is as an aid to driving without computer connection. The £16.89 price including shipping is well worth it and if later on, when I have the time to experiment, I can connect to my computer that will be a bonus.Paul, there may be instructions you can download on the Playmobil site if you don't have them,