How do I get the animations?
Due to the large size of these files, they will be delivered using Dropbox. This will allow me to deliver the files straight to your computer and allow updates to occur seamlessly. If you don’t know what dropbox is click here. Dropbox keeps your files safe, synced, and easy to make updates and add new animations even after you purchase. A free Dropbox account will be fine for our purposes. Your files will appear on your computer just like any other files.
Can I use the animations to make my own videos or handouts?
No. The software and animations are copyrighted and cannot be used in any works outside using the software in your facility to explain ABC™ and body concepts.
How do I try the software?
How many computers can I install the software on?
Each license allows the user to install the software on one computer. Additional licenses may be purchased as well. Please contact Jeff Aberle at (608) 219-7723 or by email from the ABC™ forum or from link at the bottom found in the trial software directly or the contact page of this website.
Can more than one person use the software?
Of course, as long as the software is only on the licensed computer(s).
How do I use the animations?
This is up to you and how you want to teach. As for the technology that is needed, all you need is a web browser and the Adobe Flash plugin which most of you should already have. Click here to get the Adobe Flash Plugin if needed: https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/. Make sure you uncheck the optional offer for the McAfee Security Scan software trial unless you want to try it.
Are there more animations than are shown in the trial version?
No. You’ll get everything in the trial version that you see in the purchased version. We’ve included animations on the meningeas, muscles, and much more. Watch the YouTube video to see what’s currently available. More animations might appear in the future, but will not incur an additional license or fees unless we come out with something extraordinary.
What kind of a computer do I need to use the software?
You’ll need a PC or Mac to use the software. The reason for not including Android or iOS is because those operating systems don’t allow the Adobe Flash player. Any laptop or desktop computer will work fine.
If you have further questions, just ask…