Bill Woodland (
Sat, 13 Apr 1996 06:51:19 -0500

>Date: Fri, 12 Apr 1996 19:46:46 -0500 (CDT)
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>Subject: cudoodle
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> Hey, what is cudoodle? What does this software do?

Date: Thu, 15 Feb 1996 06:47:57 -0800 (PST)
From: (Bill Neisius)
To: <>
Subject: CU-Doodle version 0.6
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Version 0.6 of CU-Doodle is available:

New this version:
CU-Doodle now works with the WhitePine Color CODEC.
You can, for example, mix the B/W output of your
QuickCam with color overlays, and send it out as color

What is CU-Doodle?
CU-Doodle is a screen capture driver for Windows 3.1
for use with CU-SeeMe. Instead of capturing video from a
frame grabber or digitizing board, CU-Doodle captures whatever
appears in a 160x120 'capture area' on the screen.
A camera is not required.

Use it to 'capture' hand-drawn images and text or other
video sources, by simply dragging the image to the
capture area.

Bill Neisius

Now DON'T get confused. I am NOT the guy that wrote it...I'm just happy to
spread the word about a very handy program to use. Bill Neisius is the guy
that wrote it, and HIS email address is

Bill Woodland (
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