SV: Re: Only 160x120 pixel video input ?

Michael Sattler, San Francisco (Per.Ahren/OU=it/O=hsn@hsn.sll.se)
Mon, 22 Aug 1994 14:01:00 -0400


I mean that you only get the size 160x120 (or 320x240) if you are using
NTSC, I am using PAL and I get:

PAL NTSC
---------------------------------------------------------------
1/8 96 x 72 80 x 60
1/4 192 x 144 160 x 120
3/8 288 x 216 240 x 180
1/2 384 x 288 320 x 240

why can't you choose your own size with cuseeme ?!

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Fran: larson
Till: Per Ahren
Angaende: Re: Only 160x120 pixel video input ?
Datum: den 22 augusti 1994 09.24

<<Bifogad fil: REONLY16.TXT>>
> It seems that cu-seeme only handle 160x120 pixel size video input (1/4 NTSC)

Did you not read the documentation?

It also handles 320 x 240, at 4 times the bandwidth required. It is
recommended that one not use this mode, due to the high bandwidth required.

Alan

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