Hello Dr. Seong Jae Lee,
Thank you for your message.  The points required for each marker set are described in the APASGait user manual.  The direct address for the "on-line" manual is listed below.
Please review the information and feel free to contact us for any additional information.
John Probe
Ariel Dynamics, Inc.
Email:  ARIEL1@ix.netcom.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Seong Jae Lee" <rmlee@anseo.dankook.ac.kr>
To: "Gideon Ariel" <gideon@arielnet.com>
Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2001 7:15 PM
Subject: Question about the anthropometry in APASGAIT

> Dear Dr. Ariel,
> I downloaded APASGAIT and have been trying it.
> It is working well and easy to use.
> But among many items in anthropometric data, I just don't understand
> what "anterior-posterior ASIS/HJC component" means and how to
> measure or calculate it. I'm supposed to use Helen Heyes modified
> marker set.
> Please let me know how to measure or calculate it.
> Sincerely,
> Seong Jae Lee, M.D.
> Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
> Dankook University Hospital
> San 16-5, Anseodong, Cheonan
> Choongnam 330-715
> Korea
> Phone: +82-41-550-3898
> Fax: +82-41-551-7062
> E-mail: rmlee@anseo.dankook.ac.kr



Hello James,
The first thing you will need is a frame grabber in your computer that can capture the video from a VCR or camcorder and save to a computer file.  Then using PowerPoint, you can use the steps listed below.
To Insert A Video On A PowerPoint Slide
  1. Display the slide you want to add the video to.

  2. On the Insert menu, point to Movies and Sounds.

  3. Do one of the following:

    To insert a video from the Clip Gallery, click Movie from Gallery, and then locate and insert the video you want.

    To insert a video from another location, click Movie from File, locate the folder that contains the video, and then double-click the video you want.

  4. A message is displayed. If you want the movie to play automatically when you move to the slide, click Yes; if you want the movie to play only when you click the movie during a slide show, click No.

  5. To preview the movie in normal view, double-click the movie.                     

    ----- Original Message -----
From: Jim & Lisa Henley
To: ariel1@ix.netcom.com
Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2001 4:52 PM
Subject: Converting VCR tape to Digital

   Your web page is very informative about what I am trying to do but I'm still not sure what software or hardware that I need to take a VCR tape and convert clips out of that tape so they can be used in a power point presentation.  I am trying to put together this presentation for a high school basketball banquet and use some of the game videos to pull out a 15 or 30 sec. section to run it through power point along with some photos.
   I would appreciate any help you could give me.
                   James G. Henley