Controlling which third-party programs are installed
By default, third-party programs QuickTime andAdobe Flash Player are installed with the software.
If you do not want to install QuickTime, specify a value of 0 for theINSTALL_QT public property. Heres the command-line syntax:
If you do not want to install Adobe Flash Player, specify a value of 0 for the INSTALL_FP public property. Heres the command-line syntax:
Specifying the television format of the installed software
By default, Corel VideoStudio Pro X4 uses the user-interface languagefor the installed software to determine which television format to support.
If you want to specify a television format, you must use two public properties together: COUNTRY_CODE and TV_FORMAT.
The COUNTRY_CODE property is used to identify a geographic region by its international direct-dial telephone code. The accepted values for this property include the following:
- Franc e3
- German y 49
- Japan 81
- North America1
- Taiwan 886
- United Kingdom44
The TV_FORMAT property is used to specify which television format to use. The accepted values for this property are as follows:
1specifies NTSC format, which is the standard in North America. This is the default setting.
2specifies the PAL format, which is the standard in Europe, Asia, and many other parts of the world. This is not the default setting, so it must be specified if your region uses the PAL format.
As previously stated, you must use COUNTRY_CODE and TV_FORMATtogether; specifying only one property or the other defaultsto the television format that is most closely associated with the installed user-interface language for Corel VideoStudio Pro X4.
Heres the command-line syntax:
\ \ s e r v e r \ p a t h \ S e t u p . e x e COUNTRY_CODE=codeTV_FORMAT=value
For example, the following command line specifies North America as the region and NTSC as the television format:
\\server\path\Setup.exe COUNTRY_CODE=1 TV_FORMAT=1
The following example specifies United Kingdom as the region and PAL as the television format:
\\server\path\Setup.exe COUNTRY_CODE=44 TV_FORMAT=2
Controlling in-product messaging for the installed software
You can disable the in-product messaging feature of the installedsoftware by specifying a value of 1 for the IOFF public property. Heres the command-line syntax:
Controlling network-related features of the installed software
You can disable all network-related features of the installed software by specifying a value1of for the IGOFF public property. Heres the command-line syntax:
Stage 4: Maintaining the installed software
You can help keep the workstations in top shape by maintaining the installed software in the following ways:
Remove (or uninstall)to prepare to upgrade to the newest version of the software
You can maintain a single installation of the software by using the Windows Control Panel, or you can maintain multiple installations of the software by using command lines.
Using the Windows Control Panel to maintain a single installation of the software
You can use the Windows Control Panel to remove a single installation of the software.
To remove a single installation of the software by using the Windows Control Panel
1. On the workstation, click Start Control Panel on the Windows taskbar
2. Do one of the following:
a. In Windows 7 or Windows Vista, click Programs | Uninstall a program (or click Programs and features if you are using the Classic view of the Control Panel).
b. In Windows XP, double-click Add or remove programs.
3. Choose Corel VideoStudio Pro X4 from the list.
4. 4 Enable the Uninstall option (in Windows 7 or Windows Vista) or the Remove option (in Windows XP), and then click Yes.
Using command line to maintain multiple installations of the software
You can use a command line to remove the software.
By using a push-installation method to deploy your command line (see page5), you can maintain multiple installations of the software.
Removing the software
You can use the command-line switch /x to remove the software. Heres the command-line syntax:
You can include the /q switch in your command line if you want to silently remove the software. Heres the command-line syntax:
\\server\path\Setup.exe /x /q