high definition CD is available, for PCs, which
offers new and inspiring
insights into the more than 2000 works produced by Jesse over the last
half of the Twentieth Century. The following is some information
about the CD and instructions.
If you would like one -
free of charge,
CD is a single executable (.exe) file for PCs. It is 13 minutes long. It
is best viewed on the largest possible computer monitor with good quality
speakers, in a room with low light.
designed for showing on a 50” diagonal High Definition Plasma 16:9 1280 x
768 screen – This version is for 19-22 inch 4:3 computer monitors with a
screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or more. We recommend a 64mb NVIDIA GE
Force 2 MX, equivalent, or better video card, otherwise the pictures and
transitions may not display properly on your monitor.
the large amount of RAM and CPU cycles needed to play these programs
please close all applications on your desktop before starting any of these
turn off your screen saver prior to starting the CD.
(right click anywhere on the computer’s desktop, click on Properties,
select the Screen Saver tab, in the screen saver window there is a
drop down list, from the list select none and then click Apply
. If you do not know how to do this, please call 510-665-4209 – we will be
glad to walk you through these easy couple of steps.
the CD in the computer. Wait a minute or so for the CD to load, then
locate the file on the CD (if the computer does not automatically present
you with a window with a directory listing of the CD, use Windows Explorer
to locate your CD and get a listing of its contents), highlight the file
and double click. It will automatically self-load, self-extract, buffer
the audio, and run. Depending upon your computers specifications it may
take up to several minutes for the self-extracting and audio buffering to
complete before the program automatically starts.
suggest an initial audio setting of approximately, 30% of maximum
need to pause the CD, use the Pause key – usually found on the
right of the top row of your keyboard. Pressing the pause
key once will pause the program – press it a second time and the program
need to stop and exit the program, hit the esc
key on your computer keyboard (usually found in the upper left corner - to
the left of the function keys). It may take a few seconds for the show to
stop once you hit the esc key as the buffer clears. On some
computers you will need to hold the esc key down until the