Install and Uninstall Trial Versions of RVMedia Components

Install in Delphi and C++Builder

You can run the both Setups, but you cannot install both a Delphi and a C++Builder package in the same RAD Studio IDE (a package that is installed last uninstalls a previously installed package).

You can install both Delphi and C++Builder trials in the same folder, although it is not recommended.

Run the chosen installer and follow the displayed intructions.

Install in Lazarus

RVMediaTrialSetupLazarus.exe contains trial files for Lazarus

The Setup is a Windows application. To use RVMedia in Linux, run the Setup to unpack files, then copy them to Linux computer.

The Setup does not install in the components in Lazarus automatically. Compile rvmedialaz.lpk (from the "Source" folder). Then compile and install rvmedialaz_dsgn.lpk.

If Lazarus asks for zlib1.dll, you can get it from www.zlib.net. You need 32-bit DLL for 32-bit Lazarus, and 64-bit DLL for 64-bit Lazarus.

Uninstall

Lazarus

If you installed RVMedia packages in Lazarus, uninstall them first. Run Lazarus, click the menu item "Package | Install/Uninstall Packages...". In the dialog box, find "RVMediaLaz_Dsgn" the "Install" edit box. Select it and click "Uninstall selection" button. Click "Save and rebuild IDE".

Uninstall using a Start Menu icon

If you allowed the Setup to create program shortcuts in a Start Menu folder, click "RVMedia\Uninstall RVMedia Trial for Delphi" (or "RVMedia\Uninstall RVMedia Trial for C++Builder") shortcut. Follow the displayed instructions.

Alternatively, you can run the uninstaller from the Control Panel.

Uninstall using Control Panel in Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8/Windows 10

1. Windows 7 and Vista: go to the "Start menu | Control Panel". Windows 8 and 10: Where is Control Panel?.

2. Click "Programs and Features" (or, in a category view, "Programs: Uninstall a program").

3. Double-click "RVMedia Trial for Delphi version N.N.N" (or "RVMedia Trial for C++Builder version N.N.N"), where "N.N.N" is the actual version of the components.

4. Follow the displayed instructions.

Uninstall using Control Panel in Windows XP

1. Go to the "Start menu | Control Panel".

2. Click "Add or Remove Programs".

3. Double-click "RVMedia Trial for Delphi version N.N.N" (or "RVMedia Trial for C++Builder version N.N.N"), where "N.N.N" is the actual version of the components.

4. Follow the displayed instructions.

Privacy Statement

RVMedia components

RVMedia components may send and receive data via the network. They do not send and receive any data other than necessary to do their work as it is documented in the help file. They send data only to the addresses specified in their properties and documented in the help file.

The demo projects

All the demo projects work only while their windows are shown. None of them works in a hidden mode.

Below you can find a list of demo projects that may transfer private data via the network and the measures we have taken to prevent their unattended leakage.

1. "Desktop" (SendAndReceive\RemoteDesktop\) sends the computer desktop images to a connected DesktopControl (or compatible) application via the network. While doing it, "Desktop" shows the IP address of the connected application.

2. "Sender" (SendAndReceive\TwoApps\) sends video (for example, from the user's web camera) to the address specified in "Send to" field (by default, it is a local address).

3. "WhiteAndGrayIP" (SendAndReceive\TwoSides\) sends video (for example, from the user's web camera) and audio to the address specified in "Connect to" field (by default, it is a local address).

4. "Chat", "Messenger", "Conference", "Lecture" (ClientServer\VideoChats\) send video (for example, from the user's web camera), sound from a microphone, and typed text messages to the IP address specified in the "Address" field (by default, it is a local address). Normally, the user should run "Server" demo on this address. "Chat", "Messenger", "Conference" show all clients that may receive data from them in their user interface: any application that may receive data from these clients is visible to the user as an item in the list of online clients. "Server" writes all its incoming connections to a log.

All other demo projects either do not send data via the network, or send only commands to the specified IP cameras.

See also: TRichView privacy policy