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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Since I'll Be Reviewing A Zero Crossing Detector Now...

Since I'll be reviewing the New AnaBat SD2 - Which, among other things, is a Zero Crossing bat detector.

Now, would be a really good time, to have this great new software from BCID available. This is a great window of opportunity, since I'll have a zero crossing bat detector to review at the same time.


Here is an excerpt, from the BCID Site:

Purchase BCID East

  • Version 2.4m -- Released 5/9/12
  • Improved wav to zero crossing converter to allow more file types, including 2 channel files
  • Params files can now be selected from any folder on the users computer.
  • Updated a few states where species were missing or unable to be turned off.
  • Used by more than a dozen Professional Consulting Companies.
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 both 32 and 64 bit systems.

Thank you!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Next Review: Amazing Software From BCID

There will be a few products being reviewed, in the near future... The next product to be reviewed, will be this simply amazing bat call identification software package from BCID

I won't go into too many details now, but I urge you to take a quick look at their Software Page, and see for yourself.
This is something that American Bat Researchers can really use!

An excerpt, from their Website:

BCID East

  • Version 2.4m -- Released 5/9/12
  • Improved wav to zero crossing converter to allow more file types, including 2 channel files*
  • Params files can now be selected from any folder on the users computer.
  • Updated a few states where species were missing or unable to be turned off.
  • Used by more than a dozen Professional Consulting Companies.
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, and 7 both 32 and 64 bit systems.
*One of my favorite features!

Thursday, June 14, 2012

'A Description Of The Acoustic Method...' Link

Another great link I recently found - Interesting reading for those interested in Bat ID -

A description of the acoustic method used to discriminate between different species of Myotis bats developed by Michel Barataud

http://www.batecho.eu/html/frame04.html 

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