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STARnext Beta Download

STARnext is JAMAR's next generation software for JAMAR Tube Counters and Radar Recorders.

Version (BETA) - Released March 5, 2024

Below are instructions for downloading and installing STARnext.

This file contains all the installation files needed to install the program.

Follow the steps below to install this file.

1. Click the Download button below and save the file to your computer.

2. Once the file is downloaded, double click the installer.  Follow the prompts for installation.

Program Changes

Changes from Current Release(

Count files(DAT, DMP, SNJ, TF2, QAD) can now be opened directly from Outlook or other email programs

Added missing Column Divider in the Combined Total row of a Custom Report

Added confirmation dialog when attempting to delete a column of data in a Volume dataset

Added Page Setup options to the Speed, Class and Length Data Analysis reports

The number of counts stored in a Black Cat Radar is now displayed on the screen

Options for handling class data when exporting Volume data have been disabled

Corrected rare case where saving a file as a TF2 could cause "Out of Memory" or "OverFlow" errors in TraxPro

Corrected issue causing AM/PM Peak information to be incorrect when data was split into AM/PM columns in a Custom Report

Corrected issue where Adding or Deleting an interval in a Volume dataset was inconsistent

Corrected issue where Printing a 60-Minute report using 15-Minute data could cause data to be excluded

Corrected issue when Adding an interval to Volume data that could cause the ADT/AADT to be incorrectly calculated

Corrected issue where the Length and Class Data Analysis reports could cut off values greater than 99,999

Corrected issue where printing a 60-minute report from a 15-minute dataset could display incorrect column totals

Corrected issue where a user could upload a Site Code to a Black Cat Radar that was too long

Corrected issue with the number of intervals not being calculated correctly when creating a new blank count

Corrected issue where opening a TF2 could cause imperial measurement to be converted incorrectly

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