Figure 1. Q-View workflow.
Q-View™ Software is a tool for the quantitative analysis of multiplexed
chemiluminescent or infrared fluorescent planar-based arrays. Analysis is performed in three
easy steps (Figure 1), each covered in detail in this manual:
Image Processing: Capture/import images and align a plate overlay.
Well Assignment: Group and name wells and apply dilution factors.
Data Analysis: Customize and export generated concentrations, statistics, and charts.
The brand name of the multiplex ELISA kits manufactured by Quansys Biosciences.
Q-View™ Imager LS:
The brand name of the life science chemiluminescent imager produced by
Q-View™ Imager Pro:
The brand name of the clinical-grade chemiluminescent imager produced by
The brand name of the multiplex ELISA analysis software
produced by Quansys Biosciences.
A file with the "Q-View" extension. Projects contain the images, plate overlays, well assignments, and data
of one or more plates.
The well diagram of the plate that is aligned by the user over the
plate image comprising the spots within the well.
A Product Card is included with every kit. This card includes information such as a Software Product Code,
the Calibrator Lot Number and Reconstitution Volume. It also includes a table of the analytes in the kit
with the Calibrator Concentrations and a graphical representation of the spotted array.
The alphanumeric code that defines parameters such as the
number of spots per well and their positions, the concentrations
of each analyte in the calibrator, and the optimal curve fit
Figure 2. Multiple projects opened.
Q-View Software stores the images and analyses of related plates together in
a file, called a Project, with the "Q-View" extension.
As you work, changes to these projects are saved automatically.
Multiple projects can be open at the same time (Figure 2).
Before version 3.1, projects were stored as folders. Project folders can still be opened by the software but they will
be automatically upgraded to the project file format when opened. Project files are specific to the Q-View Software
and cannot be viewed or manipulated by 3rd party software.
Project details can be accessed by opening Project > View Project Details
. The project creator, creation date and a list of
users that have opened the project along with associated time stamps are recorded.
Project notes can be recorded and viewed by opening Project > Project Notes
. These notes allow users to record
read-only messages related to the project.
Install Q-View Software on any number of computers.
Set up your imager and any other equipment to be used for the experiment.
Using a Q-View Imager, ensure the imager has been focused, light leak checks are complete, dark field images
have been captured, and set-up is complete before proceeding. All these procedures can be found in the
Q-View Imager Pro and LS manuals.
Run and image the Q-Plex Kit
Run the Q-Plex Kit according to the instructions in the kit manual.
Capture the image(s) using a Q-View imager or other compatible, third-party imager.
With third-party imagers, Only grayscale, TIFF and CR2 image files of at least 12 bits per pixel should
be imported for scientific reporting purposes. Images with a white background must be inverted by clicking
Image Options > Invert Image.
Analyze images in Q-View Software
Enter the Software Product Code
(found on the kit product card) for each plate.
Within Image Processing, set the plate overlay.
Perform Well Assignment.
Within Data Analysis, click Perform Analysis to generate
charts and reports. Customize and export the results as desired.
Ensure the computer meets at least the minimum specification:
For optimal performance:
32 or 64 bit Windows 7, 8 or 10
2 GB RAM
3+ GB RAM
2 or more processing cores
If you do not yet have a Q-View Software installer file, contact a representative from Quansys by email
or call 1-888-782-6797.
Launch Q-View Software. Click either Evaluate Q-View
to start a 60 day trial or enter your assigned company name and
license code and click Continue. Follow the prompts on
the screen to set up user accounts and Q-View Imagers. You
can change these settings later from the
Figure 3. USB and power sockets.
- Carefully unpack the Q-View imager and place it on a clean work area.
- Plug the power cord into the back of the imager (Figure 3) and into a surge protector.
Plug the USB cord into the back of the imager (Figure 3) and into the computer. For the Q-View Imager Pro,
ensure the power switch is in the on position.
- Clean the imager glass with a lint-free cloth and ethanol, rubbing alcohol, or window cleaner.
Launch Q-View Software and open Settings > Administration > Manager Imagers to detect, name and focus the
imager and capture a dark field. Dark field capture takes 5 minutes on the Q-View Imager LS and 15 minutes
on the Q-View Imager Pro.
The Q-View Imager Pro requires drivers that are not bundled with the Q-View Software installer.
Please contact Quansys to obtain and install these additional drivers if needed.
The button on the front of the Q-View Imager Pro opens and closes the tray. Its color represents the following.
- Green - the Q-View Imager Pro is on and the tray can be opened
- Red - the tray is open
- Yellow - images are being acquired and the tray is locked
- Flashing red - the imager is alerting the user to an abnormal condition
Q-View Software turns the imager on when it is detected and turns it off when the application closes.
The sensor is cooled to deliver highly reproducible imaging. Cooling will be turned off
after one to four hours of inactivity based on your preference. Cooling will be turned back on when
image capture begins or sooner if the 'activate now' link is clicked.
If the sensor is not at the optimal temperature when the user attempts to capture an image, image capture will
be postponed until the temperature target has been reached (generally about a minute).
Keep the cooling vents on the bottom, sides and back clear and free of debris. If the vents are obstructed,
the Q-View Imager Pro may overheat. When overheated, the sensor's cooler will be turned off, the open/close button will
flash red and image capture will be prevented.
Figure 4. Image acquisition options.
*The 'Enable Internal Illumination' option is available for Q-View Imager Pro models when activated in Settings > Preferences.
When enabled, the imager's internal focus lights are turned on during image acquisition. This may be useful for quality control records
but should not be enabled when capturing Q-Plex images.
Place the plate in the Q-View imager, close the lid/tray, and click
Acquire Image. Select the desired imager, processing
method, exposure time(s) and image name(s) (Figure 4). If the desired
imager is not listed, click Refresh to scan for imagers.
Beginning with version 3, Q-View Software utilizes an image processing method
called Standard processing. This processing method is recommended for
most experiments due to improved curve fitting. Legacy processing is
the method used up through Q-View Software 2.17, and should only be used when
comparing pixel intensities between projects created with Q-View Software version 2.
The recommended exposure settings for Q-Plex kits are:
Q-View Imager Pro: 300 seconds
Q-View Imager LS, Standard Processing: 270 seconds
Q-View Imager LS, Legacy Processing: 30, 60, 180 seconds (stacked)
Capture the image(s) by clicking Capture Image.
You can continue to Well Assignment while images are being captured.
Figure 5. Plates organized by tabs.
Add a plate tab for each physical plate to be imaged by clicking
the "+" tab (Figure 5). Custom plate names can be set by double clicking the title.
Before importing an image, ensure that it is grayscale and has a pixel
depth of at least 12 bits. Q-View Software can open TIFF, CR2, BMP, PNG and JPEG files.
Low bit depth and lossy images (BMP, PNG and JPEG) are insufficient
for analysis and should be imported for display purposes only.
To import an image, click Image Processing > Import Image
or drag and drop image files onto the list of images.
Figure 6. Image drop-down menu.
Images can be renamed, deleted or stacked by right-clicking the image
name (Figure 6). Image details can be viewed by selecting properties.
to save an image as a lossless TIFF or compressed JPEG.
JPEG files are suitable for display purposes only and should not be used for analysis
Enter the Software Product Code from the product card
into the Product Code field.
Use Image Options to adjust image Gamma, Zoom,
and orientation as desired.
Images with black spots on a white background need to be
inverted by clicking Image Options > Invert Image.
Figure 7. Overlay Options.
If you are using the Auto-Set Plate Overlay
feature (explained below), the initial overlay position will be set
automatically. Otherwise, click Overlay Options > Set Plate Overlay,
and click and drag the cursor from the center of the top-left
well to the center bottom-right well. Use the following
Overlay Options (Figure 7), if needed, to manually adjust the overlay:
Adjust Plate Overlay:
Pivot or expand/contract the entire overlay via clicking
and dragging the corner wells highlighted in blue.
Adjust Spot and
Click and drag to move either an individual spot in
the overlay, or all spots in a well.
Auto-Adjust Spots: Q-View Software automatically adjusts
all spots to improve the alignment of the overlay.
Reset Spots: Reset all spots in the overlay to
their default locations.
Hide Plate Overlay:
View the image without the plate overlay.
Figure 8. Plate overlay.
When using a Q-View imager, the Auto-Set Plate Overlay
feature, found in Settings > Preferences,
can be enabled to have the software provide the initial plate overlay position.
This feature is activated after manually setting a plate overlay for
the first time. Once activated, the Auto-Set Plate Overlay
feature will automatically set the overlay onto all captured
images as soon as the product code is entered.
Be sure to review the accuracy of the overlay placement for each
When using a Q-View Imager Pro or Q-View Imager LS with Q-Plex plates, Auto Spot Finding will be active and will
make it easier to accurately set the plate overlay either manually or via the Auto-Set Plate Overlay feature.
Figure 9. Well assignment.
Assign well types, names, and dilution factors in either Q-View Software or
a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel. Use
to quickly assign repeat layouts.
To assign well types and names, select the desired wells by clicking and dragging
and then click Groups
(Figure 10). Hold the control key to select discontiguous
groups of wells. Enter custom names if desired, and then click one of the
well types defined below to register the assignment.
Figure 10. Group tools.
Calibrator: The kit calibrator (antigen standard).
Negative: The calibrator curve negative (Blank) where only sample
diluent was loaded.
Sample: The biological sample (Unknown) being tested.
Control: User positive control samples. The known
concentrations of these samples may be predefined with an
acceptable range (by Quansys). If an analyte in a predefined
control fails to meet the criteria, an error code will be
included in the Report tab of Data Analysis.
Calibrators may be assigned dilution factors or grouped by predefined concentrations for each analyte.
Predefined concentrations are created by Quansys and assigned by the user by selecting a well group,
clicking the Calibrator
button (Figure 10) and then choosing from a list of group names in a subsequent pop-up window.
Use Sequential Naming
to automatically name groups of wells
with sequentially increasing suffixes.
Figure 11. Dilution tools.
To assign dilution factors (Figure 11), select the desired wells and click the
button. Enter the dilution factor
of the initial dilution in the Initial Dilution
field. For example,
enter the number "2" for a 1:2 (50%) dilution. If a dilution
series was continued from that initial dilution, enter the series dilution
factor. For example, to indicate a 1:10 dilution series from the
1:2 (e.g. 1:20, 1:200, 1:2000), enter "10" in the Dilution Factor
Press any of the directional buttons, e.g. Top to Bottom
to register the assignment.
To assign well types, names, and dilutions in spreadsheet software
such as Microsoft Excel, click Templates > New Template,
then name and save the newly created template file. Once saved, a
blank well assignment template will open in the default spreadsheet
software. Fill this out and save your changes. Apply the template
in Q-View Software as described below.
To save your current well assignment as a template, click
Templates > Save Template. To apply a
previously saved template to a plate, either click
Templates > Open Template, or drag and drop
the template file onto the plate diagram.
Once you have completed Image Processing and Well Assignment, select
Data Analysis. Click Perform Analysis to generate charts,
concentrations, and statistics based on optimal regression settings provided
by the product definition. Click the Curve Fit Options button
to customize regression models, weighting, and negative well subtraction settings.
Backfitting of the calibrator is a practical method for evaluating the quality of the curve fit.
This is done by comparing the calculated concentration of each calibrator to its known (theoretical)
concentration using the equation: calculated concentration / theoretical concentration x 100%. The Q-View
Software displays this result in the report as Percent Backfit. The preferred result for each calibrator
point is backfit of 80%-120%, although 70%-130% may be acceptable.
Figure 12. Curve fit regression options.
The default 4PL or 5PL regression models are generally recommended
for normal Q-Plex data, as these are widely considered to provide
the best overall fit for immunoassay curves. If your data is abnormal
or you are trying to optimize the fit for a particular range, one of
the other regression models, along with masking, may better fit your
needs. You can choose from the following Curve Fit Options
5 Parameter Logistic (5PL) (Figure 13):
This non-linear regression model is generally considered the
best for fitting sigmoidal immunoassay calibrator curves and
is recommended for Q-Plex kits.
4 Parameter Logistic (4PL):
This non-linear regression model, which is slightly less complex
than 5PL, is also considered an acceptable model for analyzing
ELISA calibrator curves, particularly if the calibrator curve is
Figure 13. Example 5 Parameter Logistic chart.
Point to Point:
Also known as spline analysis, unknowns are determined by the
straight lines between each calibrator point in this regression model.
This option is for kits that do not come with a calibrator; no
concentrations are calculated. Bar charts show the average
pixel intensity for each well group and dilution.
This option selects the best regression model and weighting
for each assay by fitting and comparing all regression models.
In products with spot replicates, replicates within each well are
averaged and treated as single data points. Calibrator curves for assays
with spot replicates are fit to the replicate average using the specified
Calibrator curves for our High Dynamic Range Singleplex assays are
automatically fit using the HDR algorithm irrespective of the chosen
curve fit option.
Figure 14. Curve fit weight options.
Weighting is used to reduce the impact of outliers and offset heteroscedasticity. In ELISA calibrator curves,
the residuals tend to increase as the concentration of the calibrator (Y) increases. General weighting (GW) can
be applied to normalize the residuals across the curve. Weighting based on residuals (Res), reduces the impact of
outliers on the curve fit. The larger the number associated with either weighting method, the more variation there
will be between the impact of the calibrator points. The available weighting options are shown in Figure 14.
Negative Well Subtraction
Figure 15. Curve fit templates.
Negative Well Subtraction automatically deducts the average pixel intensity
of the negative wells from other wells. The default state, on or off,
can be changed in Settings > Preferences
. Turning off this
setting can be useful when comparing absolute pixel intensities.
Custom curve fit settings can be saved in the Templates
section (Figure 15) of the Curve Fit Options
window. To save your current
settings as a template, click Save Template
. To apply a saved template
to a plate, click Open Template
and drop a template file onto the Curve Fit Options
The Reset Optimal
button will reset to the optimal settings as
defined by the product code.
Concentrations, pixel intensities, and statistics are displayed
based on the selected Data Analysis
tab (Figure 16), spot masking, and
settings in the Statistics
Results are organized into three tabs for each plate:
Figure 16. Data Analysis tabs.
Displays the regression model charts for quantitative assays,
or bar graphs for qualitative assays. The selected regression model and weighting
are included above each chart when enabled (Statistics >
Assay > Show Regression Model). Hover the mouse
over a point to view (x, y) values. Right-click to access
masking options and chart properties. Click and drag from
top-left to bottom-right to zoom in. Click and drag from
bottom-right to top-left to zoom out.
Displays concentrations and other calculations based on settings
in the Statistics and Assay Limits menus.
Displays concentrations or pixel intensity values based on settings
in the Statistics and Assay Limits menus.
Other values that may appear in the Report and Data Tabs are:
The concentration could not be calculated, usually because it fell
either above or below the parameters of the curve. The reported value
can be customized in Settings > Preferences.
Not Applicable. Note that certain statistics cannot be calculated
if there is only one replicate present or there are no
negative wells assigned.
The curve did not fit using the chosen curve fit settings.
No well assignment was provided by the user for the well.
Figure 17. Masking spots.
Select and right-click (Figure 17) on data points within the Chart
tab to Mask
(exclude from all calculations)
spots and wells.
Masking outliers in the calibrator curve is recommended because the
accuracy of the regression model affects all calculations.
Consider masking a calibrator curve point if the %CV between replicates
is greater than 30%, or if the average %Backfit is outside 80% – 120%
(these are viewable in the Report
tab when selected in the Statistics
Q-View can automatically identify and mask outliers in calibrator curve data. To enable this feature,
open Settings > Preferences
and select Mask calibrator outliers by default
. When you unmasked an auto-masked outlier,
Q-View will not auto-mask the point again when fitting curves until you right click a chart or report and select Mask Outliers
(Figure 17) from the dropdown menu.
Figure 18. Statistics and Assay Limits.
(Figure 18) to select which calculations are shown.
If multiple dilutions of a sample were present, select
to view only the data for the dilution
that fell on the most linear part of the calibrator curve, instead
of data for every dilution of the sample.
Click Assay Limits
(Figure 18) to modify how extrapolated data is displayed:
ULOQ and LLOQ – Upper and Lower Limits of Quantification:
These are the average of the highest/lowest calibrator points
with a %backfit of 120%-80%, a %CV of <30%, and a positive
mean pixel intensity difference between it and the negative
control average. These are the recommended upper and lower range limits,
allowing concentrations only for data within the quantifiable
range of the calibrator curve (interpolated) to be displayed.
LLD – Limit of Detection: The lower limit can
alternately be set to the LLD in order to view
concentrations down to this value. Note that values below
the LLOQ are extrapolated.
Lot LLD, LLOQ, or ULOQ:
The Lot limits, only available for certain products,
are the calculated LLD, LLOQ and ULOQ values from the Quansys
Quality Control testing for that particular lot of antigen.
Q-View software will display concentrations for all points that can
be calculated with the chosen regression model, including
those extrapolated below the LLOQ and the LLD.
The error code column in the report alerts you to potential problems with your assay.
Error codes are defined at the bottom of the report and include: Assay Controls (AC),
Process Controls (PC), Spot Overlay Out of Bounds (SB) and Masked Outliers (MO).
Click Export to save a chart as an image, or the currently
displayed values in the Report or Data tabs as a
The Q-View Qualification Plate produces a constant amount of light at intensities across the dynamic range
of the Q-View Imager. Qualification captures images of the reference plate and evaluates performance based
on defined specifications. Performing qualification on a regular basis ensures that the Q-View Imager consistently
meets performance specifications.
Figure 19. Q-View Imager Qualification menu.
Q-View Imager Qualification settings (Figure 20) can be accessed from the Qualification > Q-View Imager Qualification >
menu (Figure 19). The settings are accessible to only admin users.
Enable Q-View Imager Qualification: When enabled, image acquisition is restricted based on the qualification
settings and status.
Qualification Expiration: Defines the amount of time that an imager is considered qualified.
Figure 20. Q-View Imager Qualification settings.
Disallow image acquisition for non-admin users when qualification expires: When selected,
non-admin users are not allowed to capture images when qualification expires (Figure 21).
Allow non-admin users to perform qualification: When selected, non-admin users are allowed to perform qualification.
Build Ranges: Builds qualification range parameters by processing a series of Q-View Qualification Plate images.
Import Ranges: Imports predefined ranges provided by Quansys Biosciences.
Figure 21. Image capture is restricted.
Power on the Q-View Qualification Plate and place it in the imager face down in the lower right corner of
plate deck. In the Q-View Software, select Qualification > Q-View Imager Qualification > Perform Qualification
from the menu (Figure 19) or click Q-View Imager Qualification has expired
(Figure 21) from the
Image Acquisition screen. Confirm that the serial number on the Q-View Qualification Plate matches the
serial number in the dialog box. The process takes about 5 minutes to complete.
To view and export qualification reports, select Qualification > Q-View Imager Qualification > Reports (Figure 19) from the menu.
Qualification plate certification expires annually. The expiration date is shown on the back of the plate.
Once certification has expired, please contact Quansys Biosciences to arrange to have your plate recertified.
Once your plate has been recertified and returned to you, it is necessary to rebuild the qualification ranges.
To build qualification ranges, open Qualification > Q-View Imager Qualification > Settings > Build Ranges and follow
the instructions provided by the software.
IQ/OQ testing ensures that the installation and operational functions of the imager and software are performing
correctly. These tests can be used upon initial evaluation and subsequent evaluations to ensure that the imager and
software continue to operate as expected. Following the IQ/OQ testing, a report is generated that may be used for
regulatory compliance and equipment control.
Figure 22. Imager & Software IQ/OQ menu.
Imager & Software IQ/OQ settings (Figure 23) can be accessed from the Qualification > Imager & Software IQ/OQ >
menu (Figure 22). The settings are accessible to only admin users.
Enable Imager & Software IQ/OQ: When enabled, image acquisition is restricted based on the qualification
settings and status.
Qualification Expiration: Defines the amount of time qualification is considered valid.
Figure 23. Imager & Software IQ/OQ settings.
Disallow image acquisition for non-admin users when qualification expires: When selected, non-admin users
are not allowed to capture images when qualification expires (Figure 24).
Allow non-admin users to qualify the imager: When selected, non-admin users are allowed to perform qualification.
In the Q-View Software, select Qualification > Imager & Software IQ/OQ > Perform Qualification
from the menu
(Figure 22) or click Imager & Software IQ/OQ has expired
(Figure 24) from the Image Acquisition screen.
The process takes about 15 minutes to complete.
Figure 24. Image capture is restricted.
To view and export qualification reports, select Qualification > Imager & Software IQ/OQ > Reports (Figure 22) from the menu.
Click Support > Legacy Blot Tools to make custom selections for Western blots,
Northern blots, Southern blots, dot blots, and other chemiluminescent
electrophoresis gel images. Click Close to return to the previous
Image Processing screen.
Click Selection Options
and choose one of the following tools
to make a custom selection (Figure 25).
Figure 25. Blot tools.
(Figure 26): Automatically select a group
of similar, contiguous pixels by clicking on the center of the grouping.
The number of shades included in the selection correlates to the sensitivity value
(0-100) entered in the Sensitivity
Rectangle and Ellipse
: Create a rectangular
or circular selection by clicking and dragging the location where the
selection is to be placed.
Figure 26. Auto select tool. On the top, only the outer edge is selected,
whereas on the bottom, the entire spot is selected. The light red
fill indicates the selection boundaries.
: Draw a custom, straight-edged selection
by clicking on the image where each vertex is desired. Right-click
to close the selection boundaries.
The selection border is indicated by a bright red border and filled
with translucent red while unselected areas are indicated by a
translucent gray fill. Make sure the intended pixel grouping is selected, rather than just
a ring around the grouping (Figure 26). Selections can
be moved by dragging, cleared with Clear Selection
and exported as a JPEG by clicking Export As Image
Manipulate the selection boundaries by clicking and dragging, or use
the following keyboard commands.
*Hold shift to amplify actions.
Arrow keys move selection
Alt + arrow keys to lengthen/shorten shape
+/- keys to resize
Figure 27. 3D illuminance plot.
To create a plot of the illuminance of a selected area (Figure 27), click
View 3D Plot
. The 3D plot will appear in a
new window. The plot can be viewed at any angle by clicking and
dragging. Hold control while dragging to move the plot.
Roll the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Various plotting options are
available on the right side of the window.
The Blot Report is an exportable table that includes custom names,
number of pixels selected, mean pixel intensities, and standard deviations.
To add a selection to the table, click Add to Report.
You can add as many entries as you want. The information for the current
selection is shown at the bottom of the drop-down. The table can be viewed and
edited at any time by clicking View Report.
To view the pixel coordinates and intensities for a selection,
click the blue # Pixels label.
Figure 28. Q-View Software update options.
Both software and product updates can be obtained automatically if
set to do so in Settings > Administration > Q-View Updates
(Figure 28). If updates
are not occurring, check that Settings > Administration > Network Settings
If your computer does not have Internet access, contact Quansys at
or 1-888-782-6797 to arrange for regular software
updates to be sent to you.
To apply product updates manually, go to
Settings > Administration > Q-View Updates
Update product definitions manually
, then click the
Update product definitions from file
button. A file selection
window will appear. Navigate to the product definitions file you
received from Quansys and select Open
Figure 29. Administrative options.
Use the options under the Settings
menu as follows (Figure 29):
The currently logged in user can change his/her password.
Set preferences for auto-set plate overlay, negative well subtraction, reporting,
Q-View Imager Pro temperature regulation, image stacking, notifications and internal illumination.
When logged in as an Administrator, you can adjust the following settings:
Discover, name, focus, calibrate and update firmware for Q-View imagers.
Create, delete, or edit user accounts.
Disable User Accounts:
User login will no longer be required to use Q-View Software.
Enable or disable automatic image archiving and set the retention period.
Set both software and product definition update preferences.
Specify settings for Internet access for Q-View Software updates.
If the computer running Q-View has multiple network devices,
you may need to manually select the device that has access
to the Internet in order to receive updates.
To select a network device, deselect the Auto-select check
box and choose the network interface and IP address
from which Internet traffic will originate.
If access goes through a proxy, click the
Internet connection requires proxy
check box and enter the IP address or host name and
associated port number. If your proxy requires authentication,
enter the user name and password.
Enter your company name and assigned license code to
unlock all of Q-View Software's features once your evaluation
Q-View Software can be uninstalled through your computer’s control panel or by
opening the Q-View Software Installer and clicking Remove.
Figure 30. Software
This manual is available in the software by clicking the Help button (Figure 30),
under Support > Q-View Software Manual
, and online at
Tips for many aspects of using multiplex ELISA's are available online at
Technical support data such as projects and imager databases can be sent to Quansys Biosciences directly
from the Q-View Software by opening Support > Technical Support Upload
and selecting either
or Upload Imager Database
. If your PC running the Q-View Software is not
connected to the Internet, the upload options will prepare the data for manual upload which is accomplished
by moving the produced file(s) to a computer with Internet access and visiting
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