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Contents of the README.DOC file



SOUND BLASTER(R) OS/2 2.0(TM) IBM(R) Multimedia Presentation
Manager/2(TM) Device Drivers

Version 2.0

(C) Copyright Creative Labs , Inc. 1992. All rights reserved.
(C) Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1992.
All rights reserved.


README FIRST!

Table of Contents


Subject: Page:
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INTRODUCTION ................................................. 1
Contents of This Release ................................. 1
Device Driver Requirements
MMPM/2 Developer Assistance .............................. 1

INSTALLATION


Installing MMPM/2 Sound Blaster Device Drivers ........... 2

RELEASE NOTES ................................................ 2
Problems and Work-Around Solutions ....................... 2


LICENSE INFORMATION ......................................... 2
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 ........................ 2















(R) Sound Blaster is a trademark of Creative Labs, Inc.

(R) IBM is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.

(TM) OS/2 2.0, MMPM/2, Multimedia Presentation Manager/2, and Multimedia
Presentation Manager Toolkit/2 are trademarks of International
Business Machines Corporation.






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INTRODUCTION
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CONTENTS OF THIS RELEASE
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This release contains the following Sound Blaster device drivers:

DD Name Description
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SBD2.SYS Sound Blaster Wave plus MIDI OS/2 Device Driver
SBPD2.SYS SB PRO Wave plus MIDI OS/2 Device Driver
SBP2D2.SYS SB PRO OPL/3 Wave plus MIDI OS/2 Device Driver
SBW2.SYS Sound Blaster Wave-Only (aka K12) OS/2 Device Driver
SBPW2.SYS SB PRO Wave-Only (aka K12) OS/2 Device Driver *
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* The SBPW2.SYS device driver also supports PRO OPL/3.



DEVICE DRIVER REQUIREMENTS
==========================

To use the Sound Blaster device drivers, you must have IBM
Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 (MMPM/2) installed on OS/2 2.0.
For more information about MMPM/2 and OS/2 2.0, contact your local
IBM representative or your Authorized Remarketer; or call the
IBM Multimedia Information Center at 1-800-426-9402, extension 160.


MMPM/2 DEVELOPER ASSISTANCE
===========================

IBM provides the Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 toolkit to independent
hardware and software developers to assist them in the
integration of multimedia into new and existing applications. The toolkit
includes C language bindings, utilities and sample programs. Sound or
Audio for MMPM/2 is device-independent; therefore, there is no need for a
special sound toolkit for individual sound cards. The MMPM/2 Toolkit is
available through the same IBM channels as the base MMPM/2 product.






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INSTALLATION
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INSTALLING MMPM/2 DEVICE DRIVERS
================================

To install a Sound Blaster driver in the MMPM/2 environment, you must
already have MMPM/2 installed. If MMPM/2 is not installed, install it
and reboot the system. Put the Sound Blaster diskette into drive A and
then type MINSTALL from an OS/2 command prompt. Follow the installation
prompts and reboot the system after the installation is complete.


The MINSTALL program adds the following statement to CONFIG.SYS:

DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\SBXXX.SYS audio [dma] int ioaddr bufsize

where

audio = AUDIO device number (usually 1)
dma = DMA channel used by the SB card (using 1) (not applicable to
non-SB PRO drivers)
int = interrupt level used by the SB card (usually 5 or 7)
ioaddr = i/o address used by the SB card (usually 220)
bufsize = i/o buffer size in kilobytes (usually 4)


Supposing you have the following CONFIG.SYS statement:

DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\SBP2D2.SYS 1 1 7 220 4

This assumes that the Sound Blaster Pro OPL/3 card is set at DMA=1, IRQ=7,
I/O=220, buffer size of 4k, and addressed as device AUDIO1$.

Or if you have this device statement in CONFIG.SYS:

DEVICE=C:\MMOS2\SBD2.SYS 1 5 220 4

This assumes that the Sound Blaster card is set at IRQ=5, I/O=220, buffer
size of 4K, and addressed as device AUDIO1$. Notice that the DMA channel
parameter is missing. This is because DMA channel is fixed at 1 for non-SB
PRO cards.



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IBM MMPM/2 RELEASE NOTES
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PROBLEMS AND WORK-AROUND SOLUTIONS
==================================

Following are some problems and work-around solutions encountered
at the time of this release:

o This release does not support:

- MIDI recording

- Multiple instances

- Serialization when running DOS application with
MMPM/2 applications

o Sound Blaster (normal) does not support software volume control.

BULLETIN BOARD NEWS
===================

Please watch the bulletin boards for information on future driver
releases coming up soon.


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LICENSE INFORMATION
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MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER/2 LICENCE INFORMATION
=====================================================


IBM MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION MANAGER/2
VERSION 1.0
LICENSE INFORMATION
Document Number 41G8290

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LICENSE INFORMATION

IBM* Multimedia Presentation Manager/2(*) (MMPM/2*) Version 1.0, 3.5-inch
media (part number 04G3367) or Compact Disk media (part number 04G3369).


PROGRAM SPECIFICATIONS

IBM Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 has the following features:

o Media Control Interface Support

The Media Control Interface activates Media Control Drivers which
communicate with the multimedia device drivers to open and close devices,
play, record, rewind, stop, pause, seek, and query status.

o Waveform Audio Support

Provides the Media Control Driver for playing and recording audio data.

o CD Digital Audio Support

Provides the Media Control Driver for playing and controlling standard CD
Digital Audio.

o MIDI Sequencing and Synthesizer support

Provides for media control of audio adapters that provide internal
synthesizer support of MIDI data.

o Amp/Mixer support

Provides the media control of hardware supported mixing of audio streams
from two sources. It also provides control over the audio adapter's
settings, such as treble, bass, volume, balance, and pitch. In addition,
it can be used to vary volume or balance over time.

o Videodisc Control

Provides for Media Control of an analog videodisc. The Media Control
Driver for the Pioneer LDV8000, 4400, and 4200 series will be included.

o Multimedia I/O Manager

Provides the basis of the Multimedia I/O (MMIO) subsystem, which allows
application independence from data object format. In addition, MMIO
offers support for installable data handlers.

o M-Audio Capture and Playback Adapter Device Driver

Provides the AudioDD interface to OS/2 and DOS Virtual Machines programs,
as well as the physical device driver interface for M-ACPA to the Audio
and MIDI Media Control Drivers.

o Multimedia Setup Applet

Allows users to easily modify and fine tune their MMPM/2 configuration,
associate file types with multimedia devices, and control the system
close-captioning flag.

o Media Player Applets

These applets support different kinds of audio, specifically digital
audio files, MIDI files, and audio compact discs. These applets also
support digital audio recorded through a microphone or line-in jack.

o Multimedia Installation

This program installs the MMPM/2 diskettes and the MMPMTK/2. It also
provides the user with the capability of installing Media Control Drivers
and hardware physical device drivers provided by other sources without
having to reinstall the entire system.

o Synchronization/Streaming Programming Interface

This provides the multimedia applications with control for synchronized
scheduling of multimedia data streams (such as audio and video).

o Control Applet--Volume Control

Allows a user to control audio output level on a system-wide basis or to
completely mute the output.

o CD-ROM/XA interleaved data and compressed audio support

This provides the Media Control Driver for splitting CD-ROM/XA
interleaved data and compressed audio and plays the audio stream through
the audio adapter, while passing the data or video stream to an
application program.

o Extendable Data Object Format Support

Provides MMIO data handlers and supports installation of additional MMIO
handlers.

o Multimedia Data Converter Applet

This applet provides a user interface to the installed MMIO data handlers
with translation support enabled.

o Standard Multimedia PM Controls

Provides support for Multimedia PM Controls, knobs (or circular sliders),
and animated pushbuttons.


SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT

Machine Requirements

The minimum hardware configuration for MMPM/2 is:

o IBM Personal System/2(*) an IBM industrial computer with 386sx or higher
processor, or a PS/55 or higher

o 4MB of memory (see note)

o Hard disk with 3MB of free disk space

o Audio adapter supported by OS/2 - MMPM/2 device driver

o 3.5-inch diskette drive

NOTE: Some applications require greater amounts of memory and DASD storage.


Optional

o IBM CD-ROM drive or other CD-ROM drive when supported with an OS/2 device
driver


Program Requirements

IBM Operating System/2 2.0


Licensed Program Materials Availability

This licensed program is available in object code only.


Testing Period

Program: Two months for original copies of the program and the IBM Customer
Agreement must be in effect.

Protection and Security

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and copies made from them, and their documentation with the program number,
the words "Copyright International Business Machines Corporation" and the
copyright year as shown on the Program or documentation. The label of an
Additional License copy or a copy made from it must also include the words:

Licensed Material--Property of IBM

IBM retains title to this copy and to any copy made from it. You may not
transfer possession of this copy to any third party.

The label on documentation must also include the words:

Reprinted by permission of IBM.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Supplemental Copyright License for Audio Files in the Sound Folder

IBM MMPM/2 contains audio files in the Sound Folder. These audio files have
an extension of .WAV or .MID.

Notwithstanding the section of the IBM Program License Agreement entitled
"License", you may copy and distribute the audio files in the Sound Folder in
any form without payment to IBM, for the purposes of developing, using,
marketing and distributing application programs written to the MMPM/2
application programming interface.

Each copy of any portion of these audio files or any derivative work, which
is distributed to others, are no longer covered by IBM's limited warranty and
are provided on an "as is" basis without warranty, expressed or implied,
including but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and
fitness for a particular purpose, and must include a copyright notice as
follows:

"(C) Copyright (your company name) (year). All Rights Reserved."


TYPE AND DURATION OF PROGRAM SERVICES

IBM Central Service is available until June 30, 1993. For details, see the
following "Statement of Service" section.


STATEMENT OF SERVICE

IBM Multimedia Presentation Manager/2 is supported by Service, Support, and
Applications (SSA) Boca Raton, Florida. Access to this support center will
be provided through the IBM Support Center.

The service and support telephone is 800-241-1620. Telephone calls may be
placed to the IBM System Support Center Monday through Friday from 8:00AM to
6:00PM (Eastern time). IBM responds on a call-back basis and will assist the
end user with telephone assistance in problem diagnosis , as well as status
of previously reported problems. Program service will be available until
June 30, 1993.

IBM Central Service will respond to a defect in the unaltered portion of the
licensed program if the problem can be recreated in the Specified Operating
Environment. IBM Central Service will respond by issuing:

o Corrective service information, such as correction documentation,

o Corrected code,

o Notice of availability of corrected code,

o Restriction, or

o Bypass,

as determined by IBM.

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