Please note the following restrictions/requirements for CombineZM to run properly, and legally.
Where possible please make sure you have the latest version by checking the date in the 'About Box', the latest version is dated 18th of November 2007.
If you have trouble downloading any of the files below I have mirrored them at the CombineZ Yahoo group, for group members, in the Files section under CombineZM Binaries
CombineZ Yahoo Group
For new users with Windows XP or Vista the recommended route is now to install CombineZM by downloading and running the:-
The default location for installation is "C:\Program Files\Alan Hadley\CombineZM", a shortcut is placed on the desktop and an entry in the Start menu.
Unless notified otherwise you will be able to install updates to an existing installation by replacing 'CombineZM.exe' with a newer version. This means you only need to download a smaller file and copy it into the installation location, "C:\Program Files\Alan Hadley\CombineZM" by default. From time to time you may wish to add to or alter the contents of this folder, e.g. to add a new Macro Set you have received, or to access the contents of the 'CZTemp' folder etc. so it is worth remembering where the program is installed.
To remove CombineZM from your computer first visit 'Add Remove Programs', if you installed the package, on the control panel, then delete the installation folder.
For help installing or using the program and to meet other users try the Yahoo group
If you wish to install CZM on a Windows 2000 system, there will be no camera functions, follow the CZ5 instructions but use CombinezM.exe instead of CombineZ5.exe i.e. just create a folder to hold 'CombineZM.exe' 'fftw3.dll' and 'gdiplus.dll' and run the program from there.
Click CombineZM.exe to download the latest version of this file, replace the file with this name in the instalation folder with this one in order to update CZM to the latest version. In a similar way CZBatch.exe can be downloaded and saved to the same folder to enable Batch Processing. If you would like to download the CombineZM Package above again and reinstall it you will get shortcuts to the Batch Processor on your desktop and in the Start menu. Remember to visit the Control Panel/Add Remove Programs first and remove the old CombineZM installation first.
If you are a programmer, or just curious the source code is available as a Visual C++ .NET workspace.
Windows operating systems Copyright Microsoft.
Windows Media Player 9 or later Copyright Microsoft.
Windows Image Aquisition (WIA) Copyright Microsoft.
Various Visual C++ .dll files Copyright Microsoft.
Fastist Fourier Transform in the West (fftw3.dll) Copyright MIT, GNU Public Licence