Mouser Library Loader Mac

  • Download the free Library Loader to convert this file for your ECAD Tool. Hi-Speed USB 2.0, 10/100 Ethernet MAC and PHY, 4 UARTs, multi-master capable I2C controller. If you would like to find out more about how Mouser handles your personal data.
  • Mouser library loader issues. I'm using library loader v2.48 and the newest ki-cad. When I add a new part to the library all the parts on my project become an empty box with a question mark. It's like the library update unlinks all the existing parts and I have to go re-assign them again.
  • Run the Library Loader from its desktop shortcut. Open your ECAD tool, and the libraries will already be loaded automatically. When browsing Mouser's parts, simply click the component ECAD Model symbol from the Mouser site and drop it into your design. Once selected, the schematic symbols, PCB footprints and 3D models are immediately available.
  1. Mouser Library Loader Machine
  2. Mouser Eagle Library
  3. Samacsys Library Loader

I did order a box from Mouser p/n: 546-1455N1602BK Hammond Enclosures, Boxes, & Cases 6.3 x 4.06 x 2.09 This is an aluminum box with plastic end pieces and works very well. Since I only have a single rig, I only connected up a single transceiver line. Also, later I’ll either post a link to the mouser bom or paste a copy of it here.

  • 1LibriVox
  • 2Listen
    • 2.2Finding Audiobooks
  • 3Volunteer
    • 3.1Where to Start
    • 3.3Reader (Narrator)

About

LibriVox is a hope, an experiment, and a question: can the net harness a bunch of volunteers to help bring books in the public domain to life through podcasting?

LibriVox volunteers record chapters of books in the public domain, and then we release the audio files back onto the net. We are a totally volunteer, open source, free content, public domain project.

Policies

Copyright

Listening to the files

See also: How To Get LibriVox Audio Files

Finding Audiobooks

Recommendations

Searching

Lists & Indexes

Other resources for listeners

(In another language: Français: Comment devenir benevole)

LibriVox volunteers narrate, proof listen, and upload chapters of books and other textual works in the public domain. These projects are then made available on the Internet for everyone to enjoy, for free.

There are many, many things you can do to help, so please feel free to jump into the Forum and ask what you can do to help!

See also: How LibriVox Works

Where to Start

Most of what you need to know about LibriVox can be found on the LibriVox Forum and the FAQ. LibriVox volunteers are helpful and friendly, and if you post a question anywhere on the forum you are likely to get an answer from someone, somewhere within an hour or so. So don't be shy! Many of our volunteers have never recorded anything before LibriVox.

Types of Projects

We have three main types of projects:

  • Collaborative projects: Many volunteers contribute by reading individual chapters of a longer text.
We recommend contributing to collaborative projects before venturing out to solo projects.
  • Dramatic Readings and Plays: contributors voice the individual characters. When complete, the editor compiles them into a single recording
  • Solo projects: One experienced volunteer contributes all chapters of the project.

Proof Listener (PL)

Not all volunteers read for LibriVox. If you would prefer not to lend your voice to LibriVox, you could lend us your ears. Proof listeners catch mistakes we may have missed during the initial recording and editing process.

Reader (Narrator)

Readers record themselves reading a section of a book, edit the recording, and upload it to the LibriVox Management Tool.

For an outline of the Librivox audiobook production process, please see The LibriVox recording process.

One Minute Test

We require new readers to submit a sample recording so that we can make sure that your set up works and that you understand how to export files meeting our technical standards. We do not want you to waste previous hours reading whole chapters only to discover that your recording is unusable due to a preventable technical glitch.

(In another language: Deutsch, Español, Francais, Italiano, Portugues)

Record

(In another language: Deutsch, Español, Francais, Nederlands, Português, Tagalog, 中文)

Recording Resources: Non-Technical

  • LibriVox disclaimer in many languages

Recording Resources: Technical

Dramatic Readings and Plays

Book Coordinator (BC)

A book coordinator (commonly abbreviated BC in the forum) is a volunteer who manages all the other volunteers who will record chapters for a LibriVox recording.

Metadata Coordinator (MC)

Metadata coordinators (MCs), help and advise Book Coordinators, and take over the files with the completed recordings (soloists are also Book Coordinators in this sense, as they prepare their own files for the Meta coordinators). The files are then prepared and uploaded to the LibriVox catalogue, in a lengthy and cumbersome process.

More info:

Graphic Artist

Volunteer graphic artists create the album cover art images shown in the catalog.

Translator

Resources and Miscellaneous

Mouser Library Loader Machine

Resources

How to Edit the Librivox Wiki

NOTE: Anyone may read this Wiki, but if you wish to edit the pages, please log in, as this Wiki has been locked to avoid spam. Apologies for the inconvenience.

If you need to edit the Wiki, please request a user account, with a private mail (PM) to one of the admins: dlolso21, triciag, or knotyouraveragejo.
You will be given a username (same as your forum name) and a temporary password. Please include your email address in your PM.
Retrieved from 'https://wiki.librivox.org/index.php?title=Main_Page&oldid=31897'

Altium Library Loader FAQ

The following are Frequently Asked Questions regarding the Altium Library Loader.

1. Why am I receiving one of the following errors when trying to ADD TO DESIGN?

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2. Why am I receiving a “Path not found” error after performing a search?

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3. After installation, why do I not see the menu option “Symbols Footprints 3D Models” under the File or Tools menu?

Firstly, you must be running a supported version of Altium Designer i.e. 17 or later. If you have an older version of Altium Designer then you must uninstall the Altium Library Loader.

If you have the legacy “Altium Libraries Plugin” installed.

What you need to do is first close Altium Designer then uninstall the Altium Libraries Plugin as shown below. Finally, reinstall the Altium Library Loader (no need to uninstall first) and you should get a message during the installation about making a backup copy of the file DXP.RCS which is being modified to customise the menu options. On re-launching Altium Designer, you should now see “Symbols Footprints 3D Models” in the File and Tools menu. Note: These menus are dependent on what you have open/active i.e. Nothing, SchDoc, PcbDoc, SchLib or PcbLib.

If you do not have the legacy “Altium Libraries Plugin” installed.

This would mean that the DXP.RCS file is not getting updated by the installer or it may have been installed under a different account e.g. Administrator.

To customise the File menu when you have a SchDoc open please follow these steps:

Mouser Library Loader Mac

1. Select Open Project… from the File menu in Altium Deisgner 17 or later.

2. Open the AltiumLL.PrjScr Script Project file found in the AltiumLL folder of your Documents directory.

3. Making sure that you have a SchDoc open and active, click your Right Mouse Button on the menu bar as indicated by the red circle and then select Customize…

4. Click on Scripts under the Categories and then click and drag the Prechecks Command to the File menu as indicated by the red arrow.

5. Type “Symbols Footprints 3D Models” as the Caption and then browse to the SamacSys.png in the AltiumLL folder of your Documents directory for the Bitmap File. Then click OK

Mouser Eagle Library

6. Close the Customizing Sch Editor dialog.

7. You will now have the menu option “Symbols Footprints 3D Models” under the File menu when you have a SchDoc file open and active.

4. Why am I getting one of the following errors when I attempt to launch Altium Library Loader?

The AltiumLL.vbs file which is installed as part of the Altium script project is being picked up by your Antivirus software and quarantined. This is a false positive detection of VBS.ObfDldr.8.Gen or Trojan:Script/Foretype.A!ml and you should add an exclusion for this file and/or the folder C:Users<Username>DocumentsAltiumLL

5. Why am I getting the following error when I attempt to click ADD TO DESIGN?

This error is typically seen if the Schematic and/or PCB Libraries are not set. Please check the Settings, and make sure that the Schematic and PCB Library files (*.SchLib and *.PcbLib) are present and correct. These are the default installed libraries which contain the symbols and footprints respectively:

6. Why can I not find where Altium Library Loader is installed?

Altium Library Loader is installed under the users Documents folder i.e. C:Users{Username}DocumentsAltiumLL

Samacsys Library Loader

Please note that if Altium Library Loader was installed under a different users account e.g. Administrator, then you will need to copy the AltiumLL folder to your own documents folder. Then you will need to follow the instruction under FAQ No. 3 to make the menu pick available in Altium Designer.