Tools

This list contains helpful tools related to EASE and its modules.

EASE GLL Viewer

 
Comments:
This application allows you to view EASE GLL files, run calculations and extract additional manufacturer information. The EASE GLL Viewer is free.

Note: This software requires the Microsoft .NET 3.5 Framework.

EASE Web Licencing

 
Comments:
This website allows you to licence your EASE PC with your browser. Use this internet page if your EASE Guard software cannot download the licence directly from the ADA server. (Only EASE 4.x)

EASE 4.x Cleaning Wizard

 
Comments:
This application allows you to easily remove any information created by EASE and thus to troubleshoot software problems.

EASE 4.0 EGLViewer for EASE OpenGL Files

 
This software is a standalone-software, there is no installation of EASE required.
Comments:
This file allows you viewing EASE OpenGL Files (*.egl) independently from EASE

MS Excel Templates for EASE 4.0 Data

 
This software is a standalone-software, there is no installation of EASE required.
Comments: This file allows you to create
  • Wall Material files in EASE 4.0 ASCII-format (xwm)
  • Loudspeaker files in EASE 4.0 ASCII-format (xld)
  • Speaker Data files in EASE 4.0 ASCII-format (xhn)
  • using the interface of Microsoft Excel 2000.
Includes:
  • MS Excel Template for EASE 4.0 Wall Material Data
  • MS Excel Template for EASE 4.0 Loudspeaker Data
  • MS Excel Template for EASE 4.0 Speaker Balloon Data

EASE 4.0 OpenGL Check Utility

 
Comments:
This can check the OpenGl compliance of your computer / graphics card / display drivers.
This version allows you to switch between software and hardware accelerated modes to clearly show hardware acceleration driver problems.
Additionally this tool allows you to read and save the OpenGL configuration for EASE.
Note:
You may also need the file msvbvm60.dll. If you are using Microsoft Windows 95 or 98, it should be copied to your Windows/System directory. If you are using Microsoft Windows NT or 2000/XP, it should be copied to your Windows/System32 directory. You can find the necessary VB runtime libraries at:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/192461/en-us

OpenGL Check Utility

 
Comments:
This can check the OpenGl compliance of your computer / graphics card / display drivers.
The new 656 version allows you to switch between software and hardware accelerated modes to clearly show hardware acceleration driver problems.
Compared with the last version several simplifications have been done. Additionally this tool allows you to read and save the OpenGL configuration for EASE.
Note:
You may also need the file msvbvm60.dll. If you are using Microsoft Windows 95 or 98, it should be copied to your Windows/System directory. If you are using Microsoft Windows NT or 2000, it should be copied to your Windows/System32 directory. You can find the necessary VB runtime libraries at:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/VBasic/runtime.asp